In this paper comprehensive simulation models are presented which can forecast the streamflow in real time at various points in river systems and provide a tool for identifying improvements of the reservoir operations during flood situations while taking into consideration the conditions downstream. The mathematical modelling has involved rainfall-runoff predictions as well as flood routing. The application of the modelling system to a part of the 22,000 square kilometres Damodar River Catchment located in Bihar and West Bengal in India, is described.
|Number of pages||12|
|Publication status||Published - Aug 1984|
|Event||XIII Nordic Hydrological Conference: Hydrologi og vandkvalitet - Nyborg, Denmark|
Duration: 6 Aug 1984 → 8 Aug 1984
Conference number: 13
- Programme Area 2: Water Resources