AG40037: Hydrologic Systems And Simulation
|Course name||Hydrologic Systems And Simulation|
|Offered by||Agricultural & Food Engineering|
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Preliminaries: Hydrologic investigation; Systems approach; Problems and models in hydrology.Runoff Modeling: Response time characteristics; Linear black box models for continuous time systems - Time area methods, Unit hydrograph method; Linear black box models for discrete time systems - UH derivation from multi storm events; Non linear black box models; Linear conceptual models for continuous time systems - Nash model, Clark model, Dooge model; Linear conceptual models for discrete time systems - Discrete time linear reservoir, Discrete time Nash model; Models for ungauged watersheds - Linear and nonlinear conceptual models.Hydrologic Abstractions: Interception - Empirical models; Depression storage; Evaporation and evapotranspiration; Infiltration Empirical models, conceptual models, comparison and evaluation of infiltration models.Hydrologic Inputs: Mean areal rainfall - Comparison of methods, accuracy estimation; Geomorphology - Channel system, drainage basin system.Watershed Yield: Water yield - monthly and yearly volumetric rainfall-runoff models; Sediment yield - Process, empirical and conceptual models, routing models.Watershed Models: Event based simulation models - Data needs, building of simulation models; Continuous simulation models - Elements, building of continuous simulation models.Application of Hydrologic Models: HEC-HMS, HECRAS, MIKE SHE, MIKE11, MIKEFLOOD, ArcSWAT.