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Title: Efficient Methods of Discharge Measurements in Rivers and Streams Based on Probability Concept
Authors: Chao-Lin Chiu;Shih-Meng Hsu;Ning-Chien Tung
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:河海工程學系
Date: 2005-08-01
Issue Date: 2017-04-21T08:32:08Z
Publisher: Hydrological Processes
Abstract: Abstract:Regularities exist in fluid flows and can be represented by a set of constants. These constants are functions of the parameter of a probability distribution that exhibits resilience and stability under various flow conditions. Together, these regularities form a network and interact with each other, such that if one is known then the others can be determined from it. The regularities and their network explain the various fluid-flow phenomena and can be used in analysis of rivers and streams. For example, they can be used as the basis to develop simple and efficient methods of discharge measurements as presented herein, which only require velocity sampling at a single point on a water surface or a few points on a single vertical. Because of their simplicity and the short time requirement, these methods can be easily automated for collecting discharge data in unsteady, high flows that are badly needed for real-time flow forecasting and design of flood control structures, and for advancing the fundamental, scientific knowledge in hydrology.
Relation: 19(20), pp.3935-3946
Appears in Collections:[Department of Harbor and River Engineering] Periodical Articles

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