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Mean Annual Flood proposed by Natural Environment Research Council
Mean Annual Flood=Constant number depending on Location*Catchment Area^0.94*Stream Frequency^0.27*Slope of Catchment^0.16*Soil Type Index^1.23*First day Rainfall^1.03*(1+Area of Lakes or Reservoirs)^-0.85 GO
Fuller's formula for Maximum Flood Discharge
Peak Discharge=Coefficient*Catchment Area^0.8*(1+0.8*log10(Return Period)) GO
Rational Method of Peak Discharge
Peak Discharge=Coefficient of Runoff*Intensity of Rainfall*Catchment Area GO
Peak Value of the Runoff
peak runoff=Coefficient of Runoff*Catchment Area*Intensity of Rainfall GO
Inglis Formula for areas between 160 to 1000 km^2
Peak Discharge=123.2*sqrt(Catchment Area-2.62*(Catchment Area-259)) GO
Inglis Formula for Larger Areas
Peak Discharge=123.2*Catchment Area/sqrt(Catchment Area+10.36) GO
Baird and Mcillwraith Formula for maximum flood discharge
Peak Discharge=3025*Catchment Area/(278+Catchment Area)^0.78 GO
Dredge or Burge formula
Peak Discharge=19.6*Catchment Area/(Length of Basin)^2/3 GO
Ryves Formula
Peak Discharge=Ryves Coefficient*Catchment Area^2/3 GO
Dicken's Formula
Peak Discharge=Dickens Constant*Catchment Area^3/4 GO
Inglis Formula for Small Areas
Peak Discharge=123.2*sqrt(Catchment Area) GO

Number of Streams when Stream Density is Known Formula

No. of Streams=Stream Density*Catchment Area
Ns=D<sub>s</sub>*A
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Length of Overland Flow GO
Shape Factor GO
Watershed Length when Shape Factor is known GO
Watershed Area when Shape factor is known GO
Form Factor GO
Form factor when Width of the Basin is given GO
Form factor when Shape factor is given GO

What is Stream density ?

Stream density is the length of all channels within the basin divided by the area of the basin. Stream density is one of the most important characteristics for evaluating potential runoff. A drainage basin with a large number of tributaries has a higher stream density than a basin with very few tributary streams.

How to Calculate Number of Streams when Stream Density is Known?

Number of Streams when Stream Density is Known calculator uses No. of Streams=Stream Density*Catchment Area to calculate the No. of Streams, Number of Streams when Stream Density is Known is defined as the product of Stream density Ds with the basin over the Catchment area A. No. of Streams and is denoted by Ns symbol.

How to calculate Number of Streams when Stream Density is Known using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Number of Streams when Stream Density is Known, enter Stream Density (Ds) and Catchment Area (A) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Number of Streams when Stream Density is Known calculation can be explained with given input values -> 88 = 4*22.

FAQ

What is Number of Streams when Stream Density is Known?
Number of Streams when Stream Density is Known is defined as the product of Stream density Ds with the basin over the Catchment area A and is represented as Ns=Ds*A or No. of Streams=Stream Density*Catchment Area. Stream Density is the length of all channels within the basin divided by the area of the basin and Catchment Area is an area of land where all water flows to a single stream, river, lake or even ocean.
How to calculate Number of Streams when Stream Density is Known?
Number of Streams when Stream Density is Known is defined as the product of Stream density Ds with the basin over the Catchment area A is calculated using No. of Streams=Stream Density*Catchment Area. To calculate Number of Streams when Stream Density is Known, you need Stream Density (Ds) and Catchment Area (A). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Stream Density and Catchment Area and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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