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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Drainage Area when Peak Discharge given in Field Application
Drainage Area=Peak Discharge/(1/3.6)*Coefficient of Runoff*Mean Intensity of Precipitation GO
Mixed Liquor Suspended Solids in Aeration Tank when Maximum Solids is Given
mlss=(Maximum solids/((Peak Discharge+Return activated sludge)*8.34)) GO
Return Activated Sludge Flow Rate when Maximum Solids Entering the Clarifier is Given
Return activated sludge=(Maximum solids/(mlss*8.34))-Peak Discharge GO
Maximum Solids Entering the Clarifier
Maximum solids=(Peak Discharge+Return activated sludge)*mlss*8.34 GO
Catchment Area when maximum Flood Discharge is known in Ryve’s formula
Catchment Area=(Peak Discharge/Ryves Coefficient)^1/0.66 GO
Design Surface Loading Rate when Surface Area of Circular Settling Tank is Given
Surface loading rate=(Peak Discharge/Surface Area) GO
Average Daily Load when Peak Discharge in Circular Settling Tanks is Given
Average daily load=(Peak Discharge/Peaking factor) GO
Peaking Factor when Peak Discharge in Circular Settling Tanks is Given
Peaking factor=(Peak Discharge/Average daily load) GO
Surface Area of Circular Settling Tank
Surface Area=(Peak Discharge/Surface loading rate) GO
Dicken's Formula
Peak Discharge=Dickens Constant*Catchment Area^3/4 GO
Catchment Area when Peak Discharge is given in Jarvis formula
Catchment Area=(Peak Discharge/Coefficient)^2 GO

11 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Catchment Area when Peak Rate of Runoff is Given
Catchment Area=(36*peak runoff)/(Coefficient of Runoff*Critical rainfall intensity) GO
Area of the Catchment when Maximum rate of Discharge from S-Curve is Given
Catchment Area=Equilibrium Discharge*Duration of ER of the Unit Hydrograph/2.778 GO
Catchment Area when Peak Discharge for Nonstandard Effective Rainfall is Given
Catchment Area=Peak Discharge*Modified Basin Lag/2.78*Regional Constant GO
Catchment Area when Drainage density is known
Catchment Area=Length of all Streams of the Catchment/Drainage Density GO
Catchment Area when Peak Discharge is Given
Catchment Area=Peak Discharge*Basin Lag/2.78*Regional Constant GO
Catchment Area when maximum Flood Discharge is known in Ryve’s formula
Catchment Area=(Peak Discharge/Ryves Coefficient)^1/0.66 GO
Catchment Area when Peak Discharge is given in Jarvis formula
Catchment Area=(Peak Discharge/Coefficient)^2 GO
Catchment Area when Stream Density is known
Catchment Area=No. of Streams/Stream Density GO
Catchment Area when Peak Rate of Runoff from Ryve's Formula is Given
Catchment Area=(peak runoff/Constant)^(3/2) GO
Catchment Area when Peak Rate of Runoff is Given
Catchment Area=(peak runoff/Constant)^(4/3) GO
Catchment Area when Peak Rate of Runoff from Inglis Formula is Given
Catchment Area=(peak runoff/123)^2 GO

Catchment Area when maximum Flood Discharge is known in Dickens Formula Formula

Catchment Area=(Peak Discharge/Dickens Constant)^1/0.75
A=(Q<sub>p</sub>/C)^1/0.75
More formulas
Mean Annual Flood proposed by Natural Environment Research Council GO
Peak Value of the Runoff GO
Peak Discharge equation based on field application GO
Drainage Area when Peak Discharge given in Field Application GO
Kirpich Equation GO
Dicken's Formula GO
Ryves Formula GO
Catchment Area when maximum Flood Discharge is known in Ryve’s formula GO
Inglis Formula for Small Areas GO
Inglis Formula for areas between 160 to 1000 km^2 GO
Fuller's formula for Maximum Flood Discharge GO
Inglis Formula for Larger Areas GO
Rational Method of Peak Discharge GO
Baird and Mcillwraith Formula for maximum flood discharge GO
Jarvis formula for Peak Discharge GO

What is Catchment Area?

A catchment area is a hydrological unit. Each drop of precipitation that falls into a catchment area eventually ends up in the same river going to the sea if it doesn't evaporate.

How to Calculate Catchment Area when maximum Flood Discharge is known in Dickens Formula?

Catchment Area when maximum Flood Discharge is known in Dickens Formula calculator uses Catchment Area=(Peak Discharge/Dickens Constant)^1/0.75 to calculate the Catchment Area, Catchment Area when maximum Flood Discharge is known in Dickens Formula is defined as an area that serves to catch water over a specified region. Catchment Area and is denoted by A symbol.

How to calculate Catchment Area when maximum Flood Discharge is known in Dickens Formula using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Catchment Area when maximum Flood Discharge is known in Dickens Formula, enter Peak Discharge (Qp) and Dickens Constant (C) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Catchment Area when maximum Flood Discharge is known in Dickens Formula calculation can be explained with given input values -> 4.761905 = (10/2.8)^1/0.75.

FAQ

What is Catchment Area when maximum Flood Discharge is known in Dickens Formula?
Catchment Area when maximum Flood Discharge is known in Dickens Formula is defined as an area that serves to catch water over a specified region and is represented as A=(Qp/C)^1/0.75 or Catchment Area=(Peak Discharge/Dickens Constant)^1/0.75. Peak Discharge is the maximum volume flow rate passing a particular location during a storm event and Dickens Constant C is a constant whose value varies widely between 2.8 to 5.6 for catchments in plains and 14 to 28 for catchments in hills, depending upon the catchment characteristics.
How to calculate Catchment Area when maximum Flood Discharge is known in Dickens Formula?
Catchment Area when maximum Flood Discharge is known in Dickens Formula is defined as an area that serves to catch water over a specified region is calculated using Catchment Area=(Peak Discharge/Dickens Constant)^1/0.75. To calculate Catchment Area when maximum Flood Discharge is known in Dickens Formula, you need Peak Discharge (Qp) and Dickens Constant (C). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Peak Discharge and Dickens Constant and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Catchment Area?
In this formula, Catchment Area uses Peak Discharge and Dickens Constant. We can use 11 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Catchment Area=(Peak Discharge/Coefficient)^2
  • Catchment Area=(Peak Discharge/Ryves Coefficient)^1/0.66
  • Catchment Area=Length of all Streams of the Catchment/Drainage Density
  • Catchment Area=No. of Streams/Stream Density
  • Catchment Area=Equilibrium Discharge*Duration of ER of the Unit Hydrograph/2.778
  • Catchment Area=(36*peak runoff)/(Coefficient of Runoff*Critical rainfall intensity)
  • Catchment Area=Peak Discharge*Basin Lag/2.78*Regional Constant
  • Catchment Area=Peak Discharge*Modified Basin Lag/2.78*Regional Constant
  • Catchment Area=(peak runoff/Constant)^(4/3)
  • Catchment Area=(peak runoff/Constant)^(3/2)
  • Catchment Area=(peak runoff/123)^2
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