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Kinematic wave modeling in water resources

environmental hydrology

by Singh, V. P.

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Published by Wiley in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hydrologic models.,
  • Water waves -- Mathematical models.,
  • Hydraulic engineering -- Environmental aspects.,
  • Ecohydrology.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementVijay P. Singh.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGB656.2.H9 S558 1997
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 830 p. :
    Number of Pages830
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL995896M
    ISBN 100471109487
    LC Control Number96034534

    In a cell (or a computational element), the kinematic wave model was applied to describe the overland flow, which can be expressed as: (4) where q is the unit width discharge of runoff in the flow direction; U is the runoff velocity in flow direction, h is the water depth, S0 is the slope gradient along the flow by:   These investigations established that the kinematic wave approximation would be sufficiently accurate for surface runoff modeling and has since been a standard technique. Singh prepared two treatises on kinematic wave modeling in surface water hydrology and environmental hydrology that comprehensively summarize the kinematic wave by: 7.

    XIX International Conference on Water Resources CMWR University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign June , A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF KINEMATIC WAVE AND SCS-UNIT HYDROGRAPH MODELS IN SEMI-ARID WATERSHED Atiq U. Syed *, A. Pouyan Nejadhashemi †, Steve Safferman †, David Lusch †, Jon Bartholic •, and Larry J. Segerlind †File Size: 94KB. incorporated into HEC-1 for kinematic wave flood routing. The physical processes of the urban runoff and Streamflow routing are discussed briefly and related to the kinematic wave capabilities in HEC Chapter 2 explains methods of applying kinematic wave routing techniques using HEC Data requirements along with specific methods of applyingFile Size: KB.

      Purchase Kinematic Hydrology and Modelling, Volume 26 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN , Book Edition: 1. Hydrodynamics and Transport for Water Quality Modeling presents a complete overview of current methods used to describe or predict transport in aquatic systems, with special emphasis on water quality modeling. The book features detailed descriptions of each method, supported by sample applications a.


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This book provides a through reference to the application of KW methods to such problems as the spatial representation of watersheds, overland flow routing, and channel flow by: Kinematic wave modeling methods are gaining wide acceptance as a fast and accurate way of handling a wide range of water modeling problems.

This is the first book to provide a thorough reference to the application of KW methods to such problems as the spatial representation of watersheds, overland flow routing, and channel flow routing.

Description. Kinematic wave (KW) modeling methods are gaining wide acceptance as fast and accurate methods for handling a wide range of water modeling problems. This book provides a through reference to the application of KW methods to such problems as the spatial representation of watersheds, overland flow routing, and channel flow routing.

Kinematic wave modeling in water resources: environmental hydrology by Singh, V. (Vijay P.)Pages:   Kinematic Kinematic wave modeling in water resources book Modeling in Water Resources fills an important gap in the literature on physically based hydrologic modeling.

The author should be complimented on his approach, which is based on solving the governing partial differential : Pierre Y. Julién. Kinematic Wave Modeling in Water Resources provides the first thorough and practical introduction to applying Kinematic Wave methods to a wide range of environmental hydrology problems.

Get the best of Water Online delivered straight to your Inbox. sign me up. The history of the kinematic wave theory and its applications in water resources are traced. It is shown that the theory has found its niche in water resources and its applications are so widespread that they may well constitute what may be termed ‘kinematic wave hydrology’.Cited by: KINEMATIC WAVE MODELING IN WATER RESOURCES Environmental Hydrology VIJAY P.

SINGH Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Louisiana State University Baton Rouge, Louisiana A Wiley-lnterscience Publication JOHN WILEY & SONS, INC.

New York / Chichester / Weinheim / Brisbane / Singapore / Toronto. Kinematic Wave Modeling in Water Resources makes a nice contribution to the analysis of the surficial, terrestrial, hydrologic cycle, and, in particular, to the interaction between surface and subsurface waters.

Book Review: Kinematic wave modeling in water resources. Surface water hydrology. by V.P. Singh, John Wiley and Sons, Inc., Chichester, UK,Hardcover, xixx Cited by: 1. Kinematic wave (KW) modeling methods are gaining wide acceptance as fast and accurate methods for handling a wide range of water modeling problems.

This book provides a through reference to the application of KW methods to such problems as the spatial representation of watersheds, overland flow routing, and channel flow routing. kinematic-wave equations are not generally justified for most channel-routing applications.

Modified flow-routing models can be used which help to stop the accumulation of errors that occur when the kinematic-wave model is applied. INTRODUCTION The kinematic-wave model is one of a number of ap­ proximations of the dynamic-wave by: It provides a unified treatment of kinematic wave theory a well-accepted tool for modeling a variety of hydrologic resources and contrasts it with diffusion wave theory and dynamic wave theory, describing its application to a range of hydrologic and water resources problems.

BOOK REVIEWS Kinematic Wave Modeling in Water Resources PAGE Vijay P. Singh, Wiley Interscience, New York, pp.,ISBN$ Kinematic Wave Modeling in Water Re­ sources fills an important gap in the literature on physically based hydrologic modeling.

The author should be complimented on hisAuthor: Pierre Y. Julién. •allows exchange of heat, salt and pollutants between layers. •allows transfer of heat and long wave/ short wave radiation across free surface boundaries Multi-layer stratified flow module (reservoir/lake) models the hydrodynamics and water quality conditions in reservoirs and lakes using a multi-layer Size: KB.

The history of the kinematic wave theory and its applications in water resources are traced. It is shown that the theory has found its niche in water resources and its applications are so. Kinematic wave modeling methods are gaining wide acceptance as a fast and accurate way of handling a wide range of water modeling problems.

This book provides a thorough reference to the application of KW methods to such problems as the spatial representation of watersheds, overland flow routing, and channel flow routing.

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Vijay P. Singh; Geology; ; VIEW 3 EXCERPTS. Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. Singh [A book on rainfall-runoff modeling.] ; VIEW 3 EXCERPTS. HIGHLY INFLUENTIAL. Asymptotic Solution for Dam Break on Sloping Channel. Bruce Hunt; Geology; ; VIEW 2. This video is unavailable. Watch Queue Queue.

Watch Queue Queue.Rainfall-runoff modeling is very important in the planning and management of available water resources in a watershed. In this paper, a finite element method .With zero friction, the wave model gives μ = tan α.

The force ratio increases with α. For f =0 and α =20°, μ = At the other extreme for f =1 and α =0, the force ratio μ = 1 / A. Assume η =45°, μ =1. As in previous models, forces and force ratio are reduced with improved lubrication.