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Inﬂows min. 7 May 23, 2006 8:29 WSPC/SPI-B368 Advances in Geosciences Vol. 4 ch05 Flood Analysis and Mitigation on Lake Albert, Uganda Table 3. Year 37 Return periods of critical years. 190 Maximum inﬂow Maximum outﬂow Minimum inﬂow Minimum outﬂow Average Graph of Annual Peak Inflows Vs. Return Period T for for L. Albert Peak Annual Inflow Q, (m3/s) 12,000 10,000 8,000 6,000 4,000 2,000 0 0 50 100 150 200 250 Return Period T, (years) Fig. 2. Graph of annual maximum inﬂow against return period. Logarithmic Frequency Curve of Annual Peak Inflows Vs.
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Storage pond model. May 23, 2006 8:29 WSPC/SPI-B368 Advances in Geosciences Vol. 4 ch06 Urban Flood Analysis with Underground Space 49 The governing equations are the continuity equation and the momentum equation expressed below as follows: Continuity equation dH = Qi + Qins ; A = Af : h < D, A = As : h ≥ D, dt where A is the eﬀective base area of storage pond, H the water stage, Qi the inﬂow discharge from ith adjacent storage pond, and Qins is the lateral inﬂow discharge from the ground surface.