Discharge-Frequency Relationships in Distributary Flow Systemsby Edward R. Mifflin, (A.M.ASCE), Michael Baker Jr., Inc, Alexandria, United States,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Hydraulic Engineering
Abstract: The paper describes discharge-frequency relationships in distributary flow systems. The stream network that makes up the flow system is described in terms of how the various stream segments or links are connected. There are four types of end points of a link. The upper most point of the single stream is the origin. The lowermost points of the network are the outlets. All other end points divide two links defining the upslope limit and downslope limit of one or two links.
Subject Headings: Flow distribution | Rivers and streams | Fluid flow | Flood frequency | Numerical models | Slopes | Drainage
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