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by Vijay P. Singh

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ISBN:
0471109487
Author:
Vijay P. Singh
Category:
Engineering
Language:
English
Publisher:
Wiley-Interscience; 1 edition (October 28, 1997)
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848 pages
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Explores the application of the kinematic wave theory to environmental problems not covered in the usual hydrology text.

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. Explores the application of the kinematic wave theory to environmental problems not covered in the usual hydrology text.

Singh, Kinematic Wave Modeling in Water Resources: Environmental Hydrology (Wiley, New York, 1997), p. 830Google Scholar. Frevert, Mathematical Models of Small Watershed Hydrology and Applications (Water Resources Publications, Littleton, 2002a), p. 950Google Scholar. Frevert, Watershed Models (CRC Press, Boca Raton, 2002b), p. 653Google Scholar. Frevert, Mathematical Models of Large Watershed Hydrology (Water Resources Publications, Littleton, 2002c), p. 891Google Scholar. About the Author: Vijay P.

Book Publishing WeChat. ABSTRACT: Computational modeling continues to evolve in applications of hydrology and hydraulics, and the field of Computational Hydrology and Hydraulics has grown into a significant technology in both engineering and computational mathematics. In this paper, the fundamental issue of assessment of computational error is addressed by determination of an equivalent mathematical statement, as a partial differential equation ( PDE ) that describes the original mathematical PDE statement and computational solution of it.

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.