Articles | Volume 379
Pre-conference publication
05 Jun 2018
Pre-conference publication |  | 05 Jun 2018

Study on reservoir time-varying design flood of inflow based on Poisson process with time-dependent parameters

Jiqing Li, Jing Huang, and Jianchang Li

Data sets

Effect of the occurrence process of the peaks over threshold on the flood estimates B. Önöz and M. Bayazit

Modelling the distribution of the cluster maxima of exceedances of subasymptotic thresholds E. F. Eastoe and J. A. Tawn

PDS/GP model with variable parameters and its application for flood frequency analysis D. Li, S. Guo, and J. Yin

Feasibility argumentation on the dynamical flood control limited water level of Liujiaxia reservoir in flood season J. Li, Z. Yao, H. Jia, C. Ji, Y. Liao, and C. Li

Towards operational guidelines for over-threshold modelling M. Lang, T. B. M. J. Ouarda, and B. Bobée.

Flood frequency analysis of PDS S. Wang

Poisson process with time-dependent parameters model S. Wang

Application of fitting curve method to frequency analysis of POT floods series C. Zhou, Y. Chen, L. Wei, L. Chen, Q. Huang, and X. Chao

Short summary
The time-varying design flood is a dynamic design flood, which considers the shortage of water resources and followed the law of flood evolution in reservoir operation. Compared with the traditional design flood, time-varying design flood can make full use of the measured data, reflect the actual situation of the reservoir and so on. Using time-varying design flood to develop a reservoir operation plan not only ensures reservoir safety but also effectively improves water resource utilization.