2 edition of Critical meteorological conditions for maximum flows found in the catalog.
Critical meteorological conditions for maximum flows
Raymond M. Gagnon
|Series||[Canada] Meteorological Branch. Climatological studies, no. 16, Climatological studies -- no. 16|
|Contributions||Sparrow, D. M., Pollock, D. M., Quebec (Province). Meteorological Service|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 85 p. illus., maps. ;|
|Number of Pages||85|
EPA/a July ATMOSPHERIC DISPERSION PARAMETERS IN GAUSSIAN PLUME MODELING Part I. Review of Current Systems and Possible Future Developments by A. H. Weber Associate Professor of Meteorology Department of Geosciences North Carolina State University Raleigh, North Carolina U. S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY OFFICE OF RESEARCH . Emergency Management Australia River Derwent Flood Data Book - 3 - Inundation The flooding of an area so that it is submerged or covered with water. Probable Maximum Flood (PMF) The flood calculated to be the most severe which is likely to occur at a particular location.
The maximum flow during ice formation is normally set to 6, m 3 /s to facilitate the formation of a safe, stable ice cover under most wintry conditions. The maximum flow under an established ice cover is limited to 9, m 3 /s to protect the integrity of the ice cover. A third rule limits low levels on Lake St. Lawrence to m at Long. A mass balance equation is used to model the critical conditions and calculate allocations. Critical Conditions The critical flow conditions for these TMDLs occur when the ratio of effluent or contaminated stormwater to stream flow is the greatest. The TMDLs are presented two ways. First, a total daily mass load for the low flow conditions.
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[R W Gagnon; D M Pollock; D M Sparrow]. Low flow is the "flow of water in a stream during prolonged dry weather," according to the World Meteorological Organization. Many states use design flow statistics such as the 7Q10 (the lowest 7-day average flow that occurs on average once every 10 years) to define low flow for setting permit discharge limits.
the critical flow, except in. Meteorological Conditions for Frequent Debris Flows from Guxiang Glacier, Mount Nyenchen Tanglha, China Article (PDF Available) in Mountain Research and Development 33(1) February One set of equations was recommended for both critical and subcritical flow conditions.
Pilehvari (, ) also studied choke flow under subcritical conditions. Sachdeva et al. () extended the work of Ashford and Pierce () and proposed a relationship to predict critical pressure ratio. In this study, possible impacts of climate change on the frequencies of so-called critical meteorological conditions (CMCs) between the periods – and – are analyzed.
Thresholds for such CMCs have been defined by the railway operator and used in Cited by: 6. Best Practice Guideline for the CFD Simulation of Flows in the Urban Environment: COST Action Quality Assurance and Improvement of Microscale Meteorological Models Book January with.
SPILLWAY DESIGN FLOOD Probable Maximum Flood (PMF) This is the flood that may be expected from the most severe combination of critical meteorological and hydrological conditions that are reasonably possible in the region. This is computed by using the Probable Maximum Storm.
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Where the Weather Meets the Road: A Research Agenda for Improving Road Weather Services. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / • Federal Guidelines for Dam Safety: Glossary of Terms combination of critical meteorological and hydrologic conditions that are reasonably possible in the region.
Today, the PMF is generally accepted as the standard for the safety conditions, the natural river flows may go out-of-bank, and a failure on top of that flood condition willFile Size: 1MB. In other words, traffic flows on freeways are uninterrupted flows.
Overpasses and underpasses across the freeway help to solve potential conflicts with other roads or railways. The congestion appears on freeways due to various reasons such as meteorological conditions, high.
Probable Maximum Flood (PMF) The flood calculated to be the most severe which is likely to occur at a particular location. Such a flood would result from the most sever combination of critical meteorological and hydrological conditions. Rain Shadow An area that receives relatively little rain due to its location.
A rain shadow is often. The Bulk Richardson Number (BRN) is an approximation of the Gradient Richardson number. The BRN is a dimensionless ratio in meteorology related to the consumption of turbulence divided by the shear production (the generation of turbulence kinetic energy caused by wind shear) of turbulence.
It is used to show dynamic stability and the formation of turbulence. Meteorological conditions are an important factor in ozone formation, which is higher on warm, sunny days when the air is stagnant. Note that has, on average, higher ozone than or and later years, suggesting that ’s meteorological conditions contributed to more elevated ozone levels.
Estimates of flood flows having given recurrence intervals or probabilities of exceedance are needed for design of hydraulic structures and floodplain management. Program PeakFQ provides estimates of instantaneous annual-maximum peak flows having recurrence intervals of 2, 5, 10, 25, 50, and years (annual-exceedance probabilities.
The presence and operation of this infrastructure produces modifications of the natural flow regimes that affects the biophysical conditions of ecosystems. Environmental flows can help to restrict water use, to define the maximum limits of hydrological alteration to maintain a certain biological condition and may appear as a basic tool for the Cited by: 2.
1 Peak inflow to Kelly Barnes Lake estimated from unit-hydrograph computations. 2 Maximum total spillway outflow prior to dam break.
The computed peak discharge of Toccoa Creek at site A near the head of Kelly Barnes Lake, for the flood of November 5 - 6, was ft 3 /s (cubic feet per second). The peak inflow of ft 3 /s to the lake was estimated at site B by hydrograph synthesis with a. Tides are the rise and fall of sea levels caused by the combined effects of the gravitational forces exerted by the Moon and the Sun, and the rotation of the Earth.
Tide tables can be used for any given locale to find the predicted times and amplitude (or "tidal range"). The predictions are influenced by many factors including the alignment of the Sun and Moon, the phase and amplitude of the.
The UK has an exceptionally dense river flow gauging station network by international standards. The principal archive of hydrometric data for the UK is the National River Flow Archive (NRFA) (Dixon et al., ), which holds data for around gauging the perspective of hydrological change detection, however, this rich information resource is compromised by a number of Cited by: Nnaji, G.A.; Huang, W.; Gitau, M.W., and Clark II, C., Frequency analysis of minimum ecological flow and gage height in Suwannee River, ogical frequency analysis has been conducted to estimate minimum ecological flow and gage height for protection of the ecosystem in Suwannee River, Florida, USA.
By comparing to observations, results indicate that both Log Cited by: 3. Meteorological observations (e.g. air temperature, rainfall, wind speed, and relative humidity) are routinely collected by meteorological services at stations around the world at quarter‐hourly or shorter intervals (WMO, ) to monitor weather conditions in both synoptic and local by:.
Climate change causes extreme weather events worldwide such as increasing temperatures and changing rainfall patterns. With South Korea facing growing damage from the increased frequency of localized heavy rains.
In particular, its steep slope lands, including mountainous areas, are vulnerable to damage from landslides and debris flows. In addition, localized short-term heavy rains that occur Author: Dong-Ho Nam, Suk-Ho Lee, Byung-Sik Kim.Non-equilibrium thermodynamics is a branch of thermodynamics that deals with physical systems that are not in thermodynamic equilibrium but can be described in terms of variables (non-equilibrium state variables) that represent an extrapolation of the variables used to specify the system in thermodynamic equilibrium.
Non-equilibrium thermodynamics is concerned with transport processes and with.Abstract. Proceedings of the World Water and Environmental Resources Congress, held in Salt Lake City, Utah, June July 1, Sponsored by the .