Simulations of reservoir inflow at long-term time scales by HBV hydrological model

Pao-Shan Yu, Chun Chao Kuo, Tao Chang Yang, Yen Chuan Li

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Reservoir operation is usually based on the inflows of a reservoir's upstream catchment. In Taiwan, the time scale of 10-day is usually adopted for reservoir operation. If a model can simulate the inflows well at 10-day time scale, this model may be helpful to forecast and benefit the reservoir operation and management, especially during the dry-season. Therefore, this study aimed to apply the HBV hydrological model for inflow simulation at 10-day time scale. The results from the study areas (two basins) reveal that the HBV hydrological model had good performances on model calibration and verification by using the 10-day meteorological and inflow records during the dry-season.

Original languageEnglish
Article number459-067
Pages (from-to)158-163
Number of pages6
JournalProceedings of the IASTED International Conference on Modelling and Simulation
Publication statusPublished - 2005

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Time Scales
Simulation
Model Verification
Model Calibration
Taiwan
Model
Forecast
Catchments
Calibration

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