Reach subdivision for storage flood routing in rivers.

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An investigation into the role and effects of reach subdivision on the solution of the concentrated storage method of flood routing was carried out. The significance and features of the observed trend of the solution with increasing reach subdivision were discussed. A procedure, referred to as the attenuation profile method, was introduced to determine the characteristic reach length for reach subdivision in the application of the concentrated storage routing method. The applicability of the procedure was demonstrated using flood data from two Australian rivers. (A) (Microfiche)

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationIN: IAHR PREPRINTED PROC. 21ST CONGRESS, VOLUME 3, THEME B (PART 2) FLOOD FLOWS IN CHANNELS & FLOOD PLAINS; SEDIMENT TRANSPOR
PublisherInst. Engrs. Australia
Edition85-13 )
ISBN (Print)0 85825 280 5
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 1985

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Wong, T. H. F. (1985). Reach subdivision for storage flood routing in rivers. In IN: IAHR PREPRINTED PROC. 21ST CONGRESS, VOLUME 3, THEME B (PART 2) FLOOD FLOWS IN CHANNELS & FLOOD PLAINS; SEDIMENT TRANSPOR (85-13 ) ed.). Inst. Engrs. Australia.
Wong, T. H.F. / Reach subdivision for storage flood routing in rivers. IN: IAHR PREPRINTED PROC. 21ST CONGRESS, VOLUME 3, THEME B (PART 2) FLOOD FLOWS IN CHANNELS & FLOOD PLAINS; SEDIMENT TRANSPOR. 85-13 ). ed. Inst. Engrs. Australia, 1985.
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Wong, THF 1985, Reach subdivision for storage flood routing in rivers. in IN: IAHR PREPRINTED PROC. 21ST CONGRESS, VOLUME 3, THEME B (PART 2) FLOOD FLOWS IN CHANNELS & FLOOD PLAINS; SEDIMENT TRANSPOR. 85-13 ) edn, Inst. Engrs. Australia.

Reach subdivision for storage flood routing in rivers. / Wong, T. H.F.

IN: IAHR PREPRINTED PROC. 21ST CONGRESS, VOLUME 3, THEME B (PART 2) FLOOD FLOWS IN CHANNELS & FLOOD PLAINS; SEDIMENT TRANSPOR. 85-13 ). ed. Inst. Engrs. Australia, 1985.

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