Augmented TINFLOW: A Deterministic Runoff Model with a Stochastic Rainfall Input

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by James M. Hassett, SUNY-CESF, Syracuse, United States,
Korategere M. Subramanya, SUNY-CESF, Syracuse, United States,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Engineering Hydrology

Abstract: Augmented TINFLOW consists of a deterministic runoff model based on a Triangulated Irregular Network (TIN) description of a watershed. The rainfall input is created by simulating convective storm cells generated randomly in time and space during the course of a small mesoscale area (SMSA) rain event. Model results (storm cell location and movement, runoff depth, hyetograph and runoff hydrograph) are displayed graphically on a UNIX workstation.

Subject Headings: Runoff | Hydrologic models | Storms | Rainfall-runoff relationships | Triangulation | Watersheds | Stochastic processes |

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