1. Define Problem and / or Task State objective succinctly

1. Define Problem and / or Task State objective succinctly Define environment (including constraints and  assumptions) 2. Define Variables Prioritize variables in terms of importance 3. Outline Solution Strategy Articulate principles / equations that will be used to  solve problem List steps in the solution process 4. Solve Use mathematical or numerical techniques to find  solution Calculate dimensions if required 5. Evaluate / Justify / Explain / Discuss Solution Articulate solution Does the solution make sense? Can we justify the assumptions? Uncertainty, Tolerances Discuss impact.

analysis using a computational tool to describe a hydrological concept. Each task has a learning  objective, learning outcome, several steps that should be performed in a sequential manner. For this class project, you have to write a report following a standard engineering problem-solving  approach (please refer to “Approach to Problem Solving” on the Canvas course page) that includes an introduction (describing the problem and outcome objectives), results, discussion, and  conclusions and if you used any references, a references section for each task. Graduate students will present key findings from their project in ten-minute presentation in the last  week of the classes.

 Tasks: 1- Hydrological Data 

1- Download precipitation and discharge data from HydroClient and Interpreting it with  Graphs in Excel. Follow the steps in: https://serc.carleton.edu/hydromodules/steps/114767.html (For this task you might need to first follow the steps in: https://cuahsi.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/217205098-Tutorial-Examining Discharge-and-Precipitation-Data-near-Lake-Tahoe-California to download  precipitation and discharge data from HydroClient since they have updated their website and then follow the steps to make the graphs in Excel) 

Task 2- Creating a Streamflow Time Series Plot in Excel. Follow the steps in: https://serc.carleton.edu/hydromodules/steps/td1.html 2- Annual Water Balance (20 pts): For this task you have to :

 1- Calculating the Total Annual Precipitation: https://serc.carleton.edu/hydromodules/steps/114218.html 

2- Calculating the Total Annual Depth of Streamflow: https://serc.carleton.edu/hydromodules/steps/114221.html 

3- Estimating the Total Annual Evapotranspiration depth using the Annual Watershed  Balance concept: https://serc.carleton.edu/hydromodules/steps/114224.html

Task 3- Unit Hydrograph and Its Application 

1- Computing Excess Rainfall Hyetograph using SCS CN Method: https://serc.carleton.edu/hydromodules/steps/creating_excess.html 

2- Baseflow Separation Using Straight Line Method: https://serc.carleton.edu/hydromodules/steps/baseflow_separa.html

 3- Derivation of Unit Hydrograph: https://serc.carleton.edu/hydromodules/steps/derivation_unit.html 

4- Application of Unit Hydrograph to Derive Runoff Hydrograph https://serc.carleton.edu/hydromodules/steps/application_uni.html

Task  4- Flood Frequency Analysis Using MS Excel 

Follow the steps in: https://serc.carleton.edu/hydromodules/units/168443.htm

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