Stochastic storm transposition coupled with rainfall-runoff modeling for estimation of exceedance probabilities of design floods

@inproceedings{Franchinia1995StochasticST,
  title={Stochastic storm transposition coupled with rainfall-runoff modeling for estimation of exceedance probabilities of design floods},
  author={M. Franchinia and K. Ruddick and HelmlingerbT and E. Foufoula-Georgioub and Ezio Todini},
  year={1995}
}
The stochastic storm transposition (SST) technique has been developed and evaluated in previous studies for the estimation of exceedance probabilities of extreme precipitation depths. In this study it is extended to the estimation of exceedance probabilities of extreme design floods. The link between storms and flood peaks is provided by a rainfall-runoff transformation and stochastic descriptions of antecedent moisture conditions and storm depth temporal distributions. Cumulative average… CONTINUE READING

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