DES 606 : Watershed Modeling with HEC-HMS . Module 2 Theodore G. Cleveland, Ph.D., P.E 29 June 2011. Module 2: HEC-HMS. Applications Overview of HEC-HMS Example 2 – A minimal HEC-HMS model. Applications. HEC-HMS Hydrologic model Peak Flows Hydrographs. Applications.
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Theodore G. Cleveland, Ph.D., P.E
29 June 2011
“ … models are like maps; never final, never complete until they grow as large and complex as the reality they are supposed to represent.”
Paraphrased from James Gleick
“Genius: The Life and Science of Richard Feynman”
A model is a simplification of reality – should capture the excitation-response of the system under study but only as complex as needed.
Land Surface and Vegetation