lag. Peak flow attenuation. Recession limb. Rising limb. Outflow at x+ D x. c D t. time t. time t+ D t. x. Flood Routing definitions. Q(t). Inflow at x. t p. time. Flood Routing methods. Hydraulic Uses both dynamic and continuity equations
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Flow Q4 unknown
and get Q4=f(Q1 , Q2 , Q3)
Setting b = 0.5 yields
f(a,b,D)=0 leads to multiple sets of (a,b) coordinates for any value of D.Determine weighting coefficients
Condition for numerical stability is