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Radar Measurement of Rainfall
Average Echo power=Constant C*Radar-echo Factor/Distance to Target Volume^2 GO

11 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Maximum Rainfall Intensity when Peak Rate of Runoff is Given
Intensity of Rainfall=((455*peak runoff)/(Coefficient of Runoff*Drainage Area))/sqrt(Slope of the ground/Drainage Area) GO
Average Rainfall Intensity when Runoff Rate of Rainwater from a bridge during a Rainstorm is Given
Intensity of Rainfall=peak runoff/(1.00083*runoff coefficient*Area) GO
Intensity of Rain for Intensity Duration Curve
Intensity of Rainfall=(Constant a/(Time+Constant B)) GO
Rainfall Intensity when φ-Index for Practical Use is Given
Intensity of Rainfall=24*Φ-Index+Surface Runoff GO
Intensity of Rain when Time Varying Between 20 to 100 Minutes
Intensity of Rainfall=(100/(Time in min+20)) GO
Intensity of Rain when Time Varying Between 5 to 20 Minutes
Intensity of Rainfall=(75/(Time in min+10)) GO
Rainfall Intensity for Rain having Frequency of 1 Years
Intensity of Rainfall=(15/(Time)^(0.620)) GO
Rainfall Intensity for Localities where Rainfall is Frequent
Intensity of Rainfall=(343/(Time+18)) GO
Rainfall Intensity for Storms having Frequency of 10 Years
Intensity of Rainfall=(267/(Time+20)) GO
Rainfall Intensity for Storms having Frequency of 15 Years
Intensity of Rainfall=(305/(Time+20)) GO
Rainfall Intensity for Rain having Frequency of 10 Years
Intensity of Rainfall=(38/sqrt(Time)) GO

Intensity of Rainfall When Radar-Echo Factor is Known Formula

Intensity of Rainfall=(Radar-echo Factor/200)^1/1.6
I=(Z/200)^1/1.6
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What is Radar Measurement of Rainfall?

Radar provides an alternative means of measuring rainfall over an area. Radars designed specifically to detect precipitation are being used by meteorological services throughout the world.

How to Calculate Intensity of Rainfall When Radar-Echo Factor is Known?

Intensity of Rainfall When Radar-Echo Factor is Known calculator uses Intensity of Rainfall=(Radar-echo Factor/200)^1/1.6 to calculate the Intensity of Rainfall, The Intensity of rainfall when radar-echo factor is known is defined as the alternate means of detecting precipitation are being used by meteorological services throughout the world. Intensity of Rainfall and is denoted by I symbol.

How to calculate Intensity of Rainfall When Radar-Echo Factor is Known using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Intensity of Rainfall When Radar-Echo Factor is Known, enter Radar-echo Factor (Z) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Intensity of Rainfall When Radar-Echo Factor is Known calculation can be explained with given input values -> 11250 = (1/200)^1/1.6.

FAQ

What is Intensity of Rainfall When Radar-Echo Factor is Known?
The Intensity of rainfall when radar-echo factor is known is defined as the alternate means of detecting precipitation are being used by meteorological services throughout the world and is represented as I=(Z/200)^1/1.6 or Intensity of Rainfall=(Radar-echo Factor/200)^1/1.6. Radar-echo Factor when raindrops intercept a radar beam.
How to calculate Intensity of Rainfall When Radar-Echo Factor is Known?
The Intensity of rainfall when radar-echo factor is known is defined as the alternate means of detecting precipitation are being used by meteorological services throughout the world is calculated using Intensity of Rainfall=(Radar-echo Factor/200)^1/1.6. To calculate Intensity of Rainfall When Radar-Echo Factor is Known, you need Radar-echo Factor (Z). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Radar-echo Factor 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 Intensity of Rainfall?
In this formula, Intensity of Rainfall uses Radar-echo Factor. We can use 11 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Intensity of Rainfall=peak runoff/(1.00083*runoff coefficient*Area)
  • Intensity of Rainfall=24*Φ-Index+Surface Runoff
  • Intensity of Rainfall=(Constant a/(Time+Constant B))
  • Intensity of Rainfall=(75/(Time in min+10))
  • Intensity of Rainfall=(100/(Time in min+20))
  • Intensity of Rainfall=(343/(Time+18))
  • Intensity of Rainfall=(38/sqrt(Time))
  • Intensity of Rainfall=(15/(Time)^(0.620))
  • Intensity of Rainfall=(267/(Time+20))
  • Intensity of Rainfall=(305/(Time+20))
  • Intensity of Rainfall=((455*peak runoff)/(Coefficient of Runoff*Drainage Area))/sqrt(Slope of the ground/Drainage Area)
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