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Elementary Engineering Hydrology. By M. J. Deodhar. About this book. Pages displayed by permission of Pearson Education India. Copyright. Front Cover.
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Simple and comprehensible for beginners in the course, this book also contains a host of additional information, by way of appendices, including India's National Water Policy, water resources of India and also a guide t Elementary Engineering Hydrology is written for civil engineering students.

Simple and comprehensible for beginners in the course, this book also contains a host of additional information, by way of appendices, including India's National Water Policy, water resources of India and also a guide to using survey maps.


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Elementary Engineering Hydrology

Both geostationary and polar orbiting. These satellites provide frequent observations even at night with thermal sensors , and the characteristics of potentially precipitating clouds and the rates of changes in cloud area and shape can be observed. From these observations, estimates of rainfall can be made that relate cloud characteristics to instantaneous rainfall rates and cumulative rainfall over time. Improved analysis of rainfall can be achieved by combining satellite and conventional gauge data.

Estimate of Point and Areal Precipitation????? Not good for large areas with variable rainfall distribution.

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Thiessen in Weighted effect of the area in the form of polygon closest to the station. Consider 6 stations in a watershed. Does not consider effects due to elevation. Join stations by line Draw perpendicular bisector of these lines The perpendicular bisector produces polygons called Thiessen polygons Calculate average rainfall of the area P1, P2….. Polygons are the boundaries of the effected area for each station.

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Contour lines of equal precipitation are estimated from the point measurements. Hydrology and Flood Plain Analysis. Inverse distance weighting weights are inversely proportional to the square of the distance between the point of interest and each of the data points Powers other than 2 may be used to change the rate of decay of the weighting function. Over the field of interest, the variogram is formed as an inverse plot of the autocorrelogram, the covariance versus distance.

Variograms provide a measure of the spatial continuity of the interpolated surface.

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Parameter-elevation Regressions on Independent Slopes Model Expert system that uses point data and a digital elevation model DEM to generate gridded estimates of climate parameters Developed to overcome the deficiencies of standard spatial interpolation methods, where orographic effects strongly influence weather patterns PRISM has been used to map temperature, snowfall, weather generator statistics, and others Uses DEM.

Time history of rainfall intensity. Plot of flow rate vs. Hydrologic response of rainfall at the outlet of an area plot of the stream flow at a particular location as a function of time. Actual shape and timings of the hydrograph is determined largely by the size, shape, slope, and storage in the basin and by the intensity and duration of input rainfall.

Das and Saikia Area under hyetograph represents the total rainfall received in the period. What Have You Known? Applied Hydrology Sections 3. D CS The student knows that the water cycle is influenced by temperature, pressure, and the topography of the land.

Elementary Engineering Hydrology

Hydrologic Theory One of the principal objectives in hydrology is to transform rainfall that has fallen over a watershed area into flows to be expected. Focus on the Terrestrial Cryosphere Cold land areas where water is either seasonally or permanently frozen. My presentations Profile Feedback Log out.