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Estimation of peak flow and runoff volume with response surface method


, : Estimation of peak flow and runoff volume with response surface method. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 120(2): 161-175

The probabilistic-based calibration strategy developed in this paper was briefly reviewed and applied to derive the optimum values of eight calibration parameters. Three optimum sets are obtained: estimations of peak flow, runoff volume, and both peak flow and runoff volume. Data for each of three storms were used to calibrate and verify the model for a catchment in Singapore to demonstrate the application of the calibration methodology.

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Accession: 002373344

DOI: 10.1061/(asce)0733-9496(1994)120:2(161)

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