By Chih Ted Yang, Lawrence K. Wang
This booklet, Advances in Water assets Engineering, quantity 14, covers the subjects on watershed sediment dynamics and modeling, built-in simulation of interactive floor water and groundwater platforms, river channel stabilization with submerged vanes, non-equilibrium sediment delivery, reservoir sedimentation, and fluvial techniques, minimal strength dissipation fee idea and purposes, hydraulic modeling improvement and alertness, geophysical tools for review of earthen dams, soil erosion on upland components through rainfall and overland move, geofluvial modeling methodologies and functions, and environmental water engineering thesaurus.
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Fig. 21 Comparison of the observed and simulated flow discharge at the Zichang station during the period of model validation 1 Watershed Sediment Dynamics and Modeling 33 Fig. 22 Comparison of the observed and simulated sediment concentration at the Zichang station during the period of model validation 34 G. Wang et al. 69 NSE Nash–Sutcliffe coefficient of efficiency Fig. 23). 39 × 109 t. 8. 25. In general, the simulated sediment runoff had the same order of magnitude as the field data, and the simulated daily sediment load matched the trend of the field processes.
The data layer is the basis of the DYRIM, which provides the functionality to process the basic data obtained from different sources and store them in the thematic databases, which can be accessed by the model layer and application layer. The data layer also provides the functionality to acquire and modify various parameters that are necessary for the simulation of the hydrological and sediment processes. In addition, the database enables data to be shared and exchanged very efficiently, which facilitates the implementation of numerical modeling at the large watershed scale.
Hillslope channel is taken as a basic hydrological unit to consider the different hydrological response mechanisms of hillslope and channel. The program modules that can simulate different hydrological and sediment processes are managed as a model library, which enables the adoption of more modules in order to make the DYRIM become more powerful in the future. The application layer is the objective of the DYRIM, which meets the requirements of integrated watershed management. The evaluation of soil and water conservation projects, flood early warning, and geo-disaster prevention can be realized in this layer.