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2) If Horton's
infiltration
equation with.fo = 0.8
in/hI,fc
= 0.3 in/hr and
k
= 0.5/hr were applied
to the storm described in Fig. '718(a), the net runoff, in inches, woUld be closest to
(A) 1.00
(B) 2.00
(C) 2.50
,(D) 3.00
(E) 4.20
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3) If the net runoff from the storm,were 1.5in, the cf>indexwhich correctly describes the
infIltrated amount, in inches, would be nearest to
(A) 0.40
(B) 0.52
(C) 0.67
(D) 0.70
(E) 0.90
4) If the cf>indexwere actually 0.5 in/hr, the net storm runoff, in inches, in the first two hours
would be hearest to
(A) 2.8
(B) 2.2
(C) 1.8
(D) 1.2
(E) 0.7
5) A reasonable estimate of the maximum expected peak runoff, in ft3/sec, from Parcel A at
the end of the fIrst hour of the storm is nearest to
(A) 13
(B) 21
(C) 25
(D) 29
(E) 36
6) The maximum expected peak runoff, in ft3/sec,from Parcel B to Inlet 2 is nearestto
(A) 12
(B) 19
(C) 22
(D) 26
(E) 28
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2010 for the course CE 421 taught by Professor Shuguangli during the Spring '05 term at Michigan State University.
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