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|Title:||Upscaling surface flow equations depending upon data availability at different scales||Authors:||Tayfur, Gökmen||Issue Date:||2003||Publisher:||Springer Verlag||Series/Report no.:||NATO Science Series IV Earth and Environmental Sciences||Abstract:||St. Venant equations, which are used to model sheet flows, are point-scale, depth-averaged equations, requiring data on model parameters at a very fine scale. When data are available at the scale of a hillslope transect, the point equations need to be upscaled to conserve the mass and momentum at that scale, Hillslope-scale upscaled model must be developed if data are available at that scale. The performance of the three models applied to simulate flows from non-rilled surfaces revealed that the hillslope-scale upscaled model performs as good as the point-scale model though it uses far less data. The transectionally-upscaled model slightly underestimates the observed data.||Description:||NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Integrated Technologies for Environmental Monitoring and Information Production||URI:||https://hdl.handle.net/11147/10109||ISBN:||1-4020-1398-1||ISSN:||1568-1238|
|Appears in Collections:||Civil Engineering / İnşaat Mühendisliği|
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