for undergraduate and graduate courses in Hydrology. This text offers a clear and up-to-date presentation of fundamental concepts and design methods required to understand hydrology and floodplain analysis. It addresses the computational emphasis of modern hydrology and provides a balanced approach to important applications in watershed analysis, floodplain computation, flood control, urban hydrology, stormwater design, and computer modeling. This text is perfect for engineers and hydrologists.
1 Hydrologic Principles 1.1 Introduction to Hydrology 1.2 Weather Systems 1.3 Precipitation 1.4 The Hydrologic Cycle 1.5 Simple Rainfall-Runoff 1.6 Streamflow and the Hydrograph 1.7 Hydrograph Analysis 1.8 Hydrologic Measurement Summary Problems References 2 Hydrologic Analysis 2.1 Watershed Concepts 2.2 Unit Hydrograph Theory 2.3 Synthetic Unit Hydrograph Development 2.4 Applications of Unit Hydrographs 2.5 Linear and Kinematic Wave Models 2.6 Hydrologic Loss -Evaporation and ET 2.7 Hydrologic Loss -Infiltration 2.8 Green and Ampt Infiltration Method 2.9 Snowfall and Snowmelt Summary Problems References 3 Frequency Analysis 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Probability Concepts 3.3 Random Variables and Probability Distributions 3.4 Return Period or Recurrence Interval 3.5 Common Probabilistic Models 3.6 Graphical Presentation of Data 3.7 Regional Analysis 3.8 Related Topics Summary Problems References 4 Flood Routing 4.1 Hydrologic and Hydraulic Routing 4.2 Hydrologic River Routing 4.3 Hydrologic Reservoir Routing 4.4 Governing Equations for Hydraulic River Routing 4.5 Movement of a Flood Wave 4.6 Kinematic Wave Routing 4.7 Hydraulic River Routing Summary Problems References 5 Hydrologic Simulation Models 5.1 Introduction to Hydrologic Models 5.2 Steps in Watershed Modeling 5.3 Description of Major Hydrologic Models 5.4 HEC-HMS Flood Hydrograph Models 5.5 Application of HEC-HMS to Watersheds 5.6 HEC-HMS Watershed Analysis: Case Study Summary Problems References 6 Urban Hydrology 6.1 Characteristics of Urban Hydrology 6.2 Review of Physical Processes 6.3 Rainfall Analysis in Urban Basins 6.4 Methods for Quantity Analysis 6.5 Sewer System Hydraulics 6.6 Control Options 6.7 Operational Computer Models 6.8 Case Study Summary Problems References 7 Floodplain Hydraulics 7.1 Uniform Flow 7.2 Uniform Flow Computations 7.3 Specific Energy and Critical Flow 7.4 Occurrence of Critical Depth 7.5 Nonuniform Flow or Gradually Varied Flow 7.6 Gradually Varied Flow Equations 7.7 Classification of Water Surface Profiles 7.8 Hydraulic Jump 7.9 Introduction to the HEC-RAS Model 7.10 Theoretical Basis for HEC-RAS 7.11 Basic Data Requirements (Steady State) 7.12 Optional HEC-RAS Capabilities 7.13 Bridge Modeling in HEC-RAS 7.14 HEC-RAS Features Summary Problems References 8 Ground Water Hydrology 8.1 Introduction 8.2 Properties of Ground Water 8.3 Ground Water Movement 8.4 Flow Nets 8.5 General Flow Equations 8.6 Dupuit Equation 8.7 Streamlines and Equipotential Lines 8.8 Unsaturated Flow 8.9 Steady-State Well Hydraulics 8.10 Unsteady Well Hydraulics 8.11 Water Wells 8.12 Ground Water Modeling Techniques Summary Problems References 9 Design Applications in Hydrology 9.1 Introduction 9.2 Drainage Collection Systems 9.3 Design of Culverts 9.4 Detention Basins Used to Mitigate Project Impacts 9.5 Floodplain Management Design Issues Summary Problems References 10 GIS Applications in Hydrology 10.1 Introduction to GIS 10.2 General GIS Concepts 10.3 Digital Representation Hydrologic Parameters 10.4 Digital Representation of Topography 10.5 GIS-Based Hydrology and Hydraulics 10.6 Common GIS Software Programs Summary Online Resources References 11 Radar Rainfall Applications in Hydrology 11.1 Introduction 11.2 Radar Estimation of Rainfall 11.3 Nexrad (WSR-88D) Radar System 11.4 Gage Adjustment of Radar 11.5 Hydrologic Applications Summary References 12 Severe Storm Impacts and Flood Management 12.1 Introduction 12.2 Flood Management Issues and Basic Terminology 12.3 Structural and Nonstructural Methods of Flood Control 12.4 The Flood Control Paradox 12.5 Major Gulf Hurricanes: Katrina and Ike 12.6 Improved Strategies Toward Flood Management Summary References 13 Case Studies in Hydrologic Engineering: Water Resource Projects 13.1 Introduction 13.2 The City of San Antonio Deep in the Heart of Texas 13.3 The Colorado River Taming the Wild West 13.4 Across the Pond The River Thames 13.5 Global Climate Change and Water Resources References Appendix A Symbols and Notation Appendix B Conversion Factors Appendix C Properties of Water Appendix D Normal Distribution Tables Appendix E Useful Hydrology-Related Internet Links
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