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Areal-reduction factors for the precipitation of the 1-day design storm in Texas

William H Asquith

Areal-reduction factors for the precipitation of the 1-day design storm in Texas

by William H Asquith

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Branch of Information Service [distributor] in Austin, Tex, Denver, CO .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Runoff -- Texas -- Mathematical models,
  • Hydrologic cycle -- Texas -- Mathematical models,
  • Rain and rainfall -- Texas -- Mathematical models,
  • Precipitation (Meteorology) -- Texas -- Mathematical models

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesAreal reduction factors for the precipitation of the 1-day design storm in Texas
    Statementby William H. Asquith ; in cooperation with the Texas Department of Transportation
    SeriesWater-resources investigations report -- 99-4267
    ContributionsTexas. Dept. of Transportation, Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 81 p. :
    Number of Pages81
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15303156M

    STORM RAINFALL ANALYSIS: AN IMPORTANT FACTOR IN DESIGNING l\1INE DEWATERING FACILITIES IN TROPICAL REGION The probability that X>xT will occur at least once inN successive years: P(X>xT at least once inN years)= I -(1 -p)N = 1 -(1 - 1/T)N This expression in the design of hydrologic structures is usually called hydrological risk. 2. Rainfall/ Precipitation in Dallas, Texas, Usa Dallas, Texas arrogates on balance mm ( in) of rainfall per year, or mm ( in) per month. On average there are 79 days per year with more than mm ( in) of rainfall (precipitation) or days with .

      Author of Site-specific estimation of peak-streamflow frequency using generalized least-squares regression for natural basins in Texas, Peak-flow frequency for tributaries of the Colorado River downstream of Austin, Texas, Effects of regulation on L-moments of annual peak streamflow in Texas, Areal-reduction factors for the precipitation of the 1-day design storm in Texas, Regional . The Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) is the State agency responsible for administering the Texas Weather Modification Act, enacted in by the Texas Legislature and now codified as Chapter of the Texas Agriculture Code.

    Figure 3 Map of baseflow volume factor for a 10% AEP 16 Figure 4 Map of baseflow peak factor for a 10% AEP 17 Figure 5 ARR Data Hub – screenshot of climate change information 17 Figure 6 Methods for design flood estimation 21 Figure 7 Burst loss versus storm loss (source: ARR Figure ) The storm that wrecked the Edmund Fitzgerald, a ft freighter, on Lake Superior. The storm produced mph winds on the back side of the low, along with foot waves. April,


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Areal-reduction factors for the precipitation of the 1-day design storm in Texas by William H Asquith Download PDF EPUB FB2

The effective depth can be calculated by multiplying the design-storm depth by an areal-reduction factor (ARF). ARF ranges from 0 to 1, varies with the recurrence interval of the design storm, and is a function of watershed characteristics such as watershed size and shape, geographic location, and time of year that the design storm occurs.

Areal-reduction factors for the precipitation of the 1-day design storm in Texas [William H. Asquith] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Areal-Reduction Factors for the Precipitation of the 1-Day Design Storm in Texas By William H. Asquith Abstract The reduction of the precipitation depth from a design storm for a point to an effective (mean) depth over a watershed often is important for cost-effective design of hydraulic structures by reducing the volume of Size: 1MB.

Areal-Reduction Factors for the Precipitation of the One-Day Design Storm in Texas. Areal-reduction factors for the precipitation of the 1-day design storm in Texas - Site-specific estimation of peak-streamflow frequency using generalized least-squares regression for natural basins in Texas - Inventory of gate-sensing equipment at 14 U.S.

Army Corps of Engineers dams in Texas. USGS Areal-Reduction Factors for the Precipitation of the 1-Day Design Storm in Texas. Areal reduction factors (ARFs) specific for Texas for a 1-day design storm were developed by Asquith ().

Asquith’s method uses an areal reduction factor that ranges from 0 to 1. The unit hydrograph assumes that the rainfall over a given area does. is a spreadsheet tool in current use by the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) engineers and other design engineers for estimating intensity-duration-frequency (IDF) of design rainfall by county; the tool differs from discrete-duration IDF in that it facilitates estimation for real-value durations (not discrete durations).

This real-value duration capability is a great. Title: Analysis of Rainfall Data for Use in Design of Storm Sewer Systems Author: Arnell, V. Subject: Full text version from Chalmers Publication Library (CPL).

Areal-Reduction Factors for the Precipitation of the 1-Day Design Storm in Texas, US Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations ReportAustin, TX. Asquith, W. Depth-Duration Frequency of Precipitation for Texas, US Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations ReportAustin, TX.

ARF range from 0 to 1, vary according to storm characteristics, such as recurrence interval; and are a function of watershed characteristics, such as watershed size, shape, and geographic location. This paper presents a new approach for estimating ARF and includes applications for the 1-day design storm in Austin, Dallas, and Houston, by: A design storm is the precipitation point depth having a specified duration and frequency (recurrence interval).

Effective depths are often computed by multiplying point depths by areal-reduction factors (ARF). ARF range from 0 to 1, vary according to storm characteristics, such as recurrence interval. Add tags for "Areal-reduction factors for the precipitation of the 1-day design storm in Texas".

Be the first. Storm Centered Areal Reduction Factors Storm Centered areal reduction factors are associated with the calculation of the effective depth for discrete storms. They represent profiles of individual storms and are supported by data provided by U.S.

Army Corps of Engineers’ historical storm rainfall Size: 2MB. Areal-reduction factors for the precipitation of the 1-day design storm in Texas / by William H. Asquith ; in cooperation with the Texas Department of Transportation. By Author: William H. Asquith. A design storm is the precipitation point depth having a specified duration and frequency (recurrence interval).

Effective depths are often computed by multiplying point depths by areal-reduction factors (ARF). ARF range from 0 to 1, vary according to storm Cited by:   The adjustment of precipitation depth of a point storm to an effective (mean) depth over a watershed is important for characterizing rainfall-runoff relations and for cost-effective designs of hydraulic structures when design storms are considered.

A design storm is the precipitation point depth having a specified duration and frequency (recurrence interval).Cited by: In the design flood estimation procedure, the areal reduction factor (ARF) is used to convert ground-level point rainfall records into areal design rainfall for a reference area.

Chapter 16 Hydrographs Rain clouds Cloud formation Precipitation T r a n s p i r a t i o n f r o m s o i l a f r o m o c e n i T r a n s p i r a t i o n Table 16–6 Storm event of February 2,at Alligator Creek 16–18 are used in the planning and design of water control structures.

They are also used to show the. needs to factor in the humidity, which if high can begin to sway the human Fig. 02 Regions of climate classification in Texas Fig.

03 Annual precipitation (inches) in Texas from to Empirical, dimensionless, cumulative-rainfall hyetographs developed from storm data for selected small watersheds in Texas - Atlas of interoccurrence intervals for selected thresholds of daily precipitation in Texas - Water resources data, Texas - Areal-reduction factors for the precipitation of the 1-day design storm in Texas.

Design Requirements Design Storm Frequencies Initial Storm Provisions Rainfall Intensity, i Time of Concentration Texas. The design factors, formulae, graphs, and procedures are intended for use as.The full impact of the design rainfalls can only be assessed by considered all inputs into the design process (including design temporal patterns, areal reduction factors and losses).

Information sheets summarising the nature and extent of the differences for each capital city are provided below.For a basin of area A, [eta] (A, D, 7) is the ratio between the area The basic assumption behind areal reduction factors is that there is dependence; When using NOAA Atlas 2; understand the PFDS and NOAA Atlas 14 Abstract 1 Areal-Reduction Factors for the Precipitation of the 1 .