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Title of Thesis

Investigation and Application of new Techniques in Determination of Runoff for various conditions of Humid and Arid Catchments

Author(s)

Muhammad Masood Ahmad

Institute/University/Department Details
Department Of Civil Engineering Faculty Of Civil & Environmental Engineering / University Of Engineering And Technology, Taxila
Session
2009
Subject
Civil Engineering
Number of Pages
171
Keywords (Extracted from title, table of contents and abstract of thesis)
Techniques, Catchments, Investigation, Conditions, Arid, New, Application, Runoff, Humid, Various, Determination, Availability

Abstract
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INTRODUCTION

1.1 General
1.2 Justification
1.3 Objectives
1.4 Uses/Benefits
1.5 Original Work of this research
1.6 Scope of research
1.7 Precipitation
1.8 Infiltration
1.9 Hydrologic Transform Model Equation
1.10 Finding Parameters of Hydrologic Transform Model
1.11 Literature review
1.12 Rainfall
1.13 Development of runoff hydrograph
1.14 References

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3 2 STUDY AREA, DATA AND ANALYSIS

2.1 Study Area-Suleman Range Hill Torrent Catchments
2.2 Optimization of parameters
2.3 Model performance
2.4 General Description of the method of method of Hydrologic Transform Model Simulation
2.5 References

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4 3 CLARK’S INSTANTANEOUS UNIT HYDROGRAPH MODEL

3.1 Introduction
3.2 Organization
3.3 Theoretical Background
3.4 Development of time area diagram
3.5 Optimization to identify Clark’s model parameters
3.6 Model calibration and validation
3.7 Results and Discussions
3.8 Validation of model
3.9 Conclusions
3.10 References

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NASH MODEL

4.1 Introduction
4.2 Theoretical background
4.3 Determining the hydrologic model parameters
4.4 Model performance
4.5 Sensitivity of the model parameters
4.6 Study area
4.7 Optimization to identify Nash model parameters
4.8 Results and discussions
4.9 Summary and conclusions
4.10 References

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REGIONALIZATION USING APPLICATION OF NASH’S MODEL TO VARIOUS SIZED CATCHMENTS

5.1 Regionalization of the Nash model parameters
5.2 Method to derive Nash model parameters
5.3 Validation of results
5.4 Comparison of current methodology with least error technique
5.5 Conclusions

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APPLICATION OF GEOMORPHOLOGIC INSTANTANEOUS UNIT HYDROGRAPH THEORY TO LARGE WATERSHED WITH COMPLEX GEOMORPHOLOGY

6.1 Introduction
6.2 Geomorphology of Kaha catchment
6.3 Horton’s geomorphologic descriptors
6.4 Parameter estimation of Nash’s conceptual model
6.6 Effect of selection of ‘n’ and ‘k’ on Nash’s model
6.7 Conclusions and summary
6.8 References

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COMPARISON OF CLARK IUH, NASH IUH AND GIUH MODELS

7.1 Introduction
7.2 Literature Review
7.3 Results, Discussions and Conclusions
7.4 References

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APPENDIX

 

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