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Magnitude and frequency of low flows in Peninsular Malaysia

Malaysia. Bahagian Parit dan Taliair.

Magnitude and frequency of low flows in Peninsular Malaysia

by Malaysia. Bahagian Parit dan Taliair.

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Published by Drainage and Irrigation Division, Ministry of Agriculture, Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Malaysia.
    • Subjects:
    • Stream measurements -- Malaysia.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 18.

      Statementcontributors, M. A. W. Taylor & Goh Kiam Seng.
      SeriesHydrological procedure ;, no. 12
      ContributionsTaylor, M. A. W., Goh, Kiam Seng.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGB1359.M3 M34 1976
      The Physical Object
      Pagination22 p. :
      Number of Pages22
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4709903M
      LC Control Number77941048

      Keywords: peak flow, floodplain, flood peaks, urbanization, unsteady flow, runoff 1. INTRODUCTION Urbanization is the most forceful of all land use changes affecting the hydrology of an area.1 It reduces storage capacities and shortened concentration time resulting in high peak flows that could cause floods with increasing frequency and magnitude. 1. S. Selvadurai, "Padi Farming in West Malaysia", Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, Kuala Lumpur, 2. M.A.W. Taylor and Goh Kiam Seng, "Magnitude and Frequency of Low Flows in Peninsular Malaysia", Hydrologic Procedure No. 12, Drainage and Irrigation Division, Ministry of Agriculture, Kuala Lumpur, 3.

        Sediment transport in a km 2 steep, undisturbed headwater rainforest Sungai Pangsun catchment in the Ulu Langat Forest Reserve in Selangor, Peninsular Malaysia was measured during a month period. The rainfall and runoff recorded during the study period from July to June were and mm, respectively. the flow duration curve. The low flow then calculated using the 7Q10 equation to estimate the lowest 7-day average flow that occurred on average once every 10 years. The results indicate that the average daily flows for both stations ( and ) are m3/s and m3/s, respectively. The flow.

      Kelantan is located at the northern part of the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia. Kota Bharu is the capital city of Kelantan with a population of Kelantan. All of the data were collected from the admission book of the OW from January until June Patient data or variables, including name, registration number, age, sex, address. Peninsular Malaysia (Malay: Semenanjung Malaysia), also known as Malaya or West Malaysia, is the part of Malaysia which occupies the southern half of the Malay Peninsula and the surrounding islands. Its area is , square kilometres (51, sq mi), which is nearly 40% of the total area of the country; the other 60% is East comparison, it is slightly larger than England.


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Magnitude and frequency of low flows in Peninsular Malaysia by Malaysia. Bahagian Parit dan Taliair. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The director of national mapping malaysia. government copyright reserved. this map accompanies and should be read in conjunction with did hydrological procedure no. magnitude & frequency of low flows in peninsular malaysia (revised and updated ), v id streamflow station used in this study.

rc 3: low flow frequency region. the director of national mapping malaysia. government copyright reserved. this map accompanies and should be read in conjunction with d. i.d hydrolog cal procedure no. 4: magnitude and frequency of floods in peninsular malaysia (revised ).

v di d, streamflow station used in the procedure. the numbers in the margin shown. and updated version for Hydrological Procedure No 12 entitled “Magnitude and frequency of low flows in Peninsular Malaysia”, first published in and revised and updated in The updates are based on more recent and extended data sets, and currently accepted statistical.

determine the low flow for selected return periods. Data used in this study Three rivers namely Kelantan, Johor and Muda rivers are selected to determine the low flow in this study.

The Kelantan River basin is located in the north eastern part of Peninsular Malaysia between latitudes 4° 40' and 6°. SYNOPSIS This procedure contains low flow frequency estimates for Peninsular Malaysia and it is a revised and updated version for Hydrological Procedure No 12 entitled "Magnitude and frequency of low flows in Peninsular Malaysia", first published in and revised and updated in The updates are based on more recent and extended data sets, and currently accepted statistical approaches.

Regional maps and equations for the magnitude and frequency of 1, 7 and day low flows were derived and are presented in this paper. The river gauging stations of neighbouring catchments that produced similar low flow frequency curves were grouped together.

As such, the Peninsular Malaysia was divided into seven low flow regions. Magnitude and frequency of low flows in Peninsular Malaysia, Hydrological Procedure No. Department of Drainage and Irrigation, Ministry of Agriculture, Malaysia. Statistical Methods in Hydrology.

SUMMARY Regional maps and equations for the magnitude and frequency of 1, 7 and day low flows were derived and are presented in this paper. The river gauging stations of neighbouring catchments that produced similar low flow frequency curves were grouped together. As such, the Peninsular Malaysia was divided into seven low flow regions.

Information on the magnitude and frequency of low flows in the basin is needed for planning of water resources at present and in the near future. Malaysia is going to need even more energy as. For each station, the mean flow (ômeanX mean annual 7-day low flow (MALF), 7-day low flow with a return period of 10 years (Qi,w), and the duration of low flows during the /99 drought below.

Regional Flood Frequency Analysis (RFFA) is one approach adopted for estimating peak flood discharges for ungauged areas. The United States Geological Survey (USGS) is the pioneer in adopting this technique [ 2 ].

DID developed a flood frequency estimation procedure for Peninsular Malaysia in the form of Hydrological Procedure No 4 (HP 4) in SUMMARYRegional maps and equations for the magnitude and frequency of 1, 7 and day low flows were derived and are presented in this paper. The river gauging stations of neighbouring catchments that produced similar low flow frequency curves were grouped together.

As such, the Peninsular Malaysia was divided into seven low flow regions. This study of 15 dramage basins in Peninsular Malaysia attempts to test the significance of basin morphometric variables suc/l as drainage density, stream magnitude, relief ratio, ruggedness number and bifurcation ratjo in influencing basin runoff response such us baseflow, peakflow and flood run­ off.

Magnitude and Frequency of Low Flows in Peninsular Malaysia (Revised and updated ) Estimation of Design Rainstorm in Sabah and Sarawak () The Estimation of Storage-Draft Rate Characteristics for Rivers in Peninsular Malaysia () Estimation of Design Flood Hydograph Using Clark Method For Rural Catchments Magnitude And Frequency Of Low Flows In Peninsular Malaysia (Revised And Updated ) The Estimation Of Storage-Draft Rate Characteristics For Rivers In Peninsular Malaysia () 8 APPLICATION OF HYDROLOGY Hydrological Procedures Introduction • 27.

In this paper, four (4) major debris flow events in Peninsular Malaysia are presented. The results indicate that the debris flow events bear similar characteristics to the results obtained by. Design Flood Hydrograph Estimation for Rural Catchments in Peninsular Malaysia () Magnitude and Frequency of Low Flows in Peninsular Malaysia (Revised and updated ) The Estimation of Storage-Draft Rate Characteristics for Rivers in Peninsular Malaysia () Graphical Recorders - Instruction for Chart Changing and Annotation.

The L-moment method is used to analyse the regional frequency of low flows, since recent studies have shown that it is superior to other methods that have been used previously, and is now being. Earthquake Engineering in the low and moderate seismic regions of Southeast Asia and Australia () 57 1 INTRODUCTION Although Singapore and Malay Peninsula are located on a stable part of the Eurasian Plate, buildings on soft soil are occasionally subjected to tremors due to far-field effects of earthquakes in Sumatra (Balendra et al.

. The Defined Region . Geography. Malaysia is located in the central part of southeast Asia and occupies a total land area ofkm Malaysian land mass is divided into three main components: Peninsular Malaysia and the two states of Sabah and Sarawak, which occupy the coastal strip of northwest Borneo ().Malaysia has a long coastline of km ( nautical miles.

Low Flow Frequency Analysis on Selected Rivers in Malaysia NI LAR WIN AND KHIN MAUNG WIN Faculty of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, INTI International University, Putra Nilai, Malaysia Email: [email protected], [email protected] Abstract: Prediction of low flow of a river in magnitude as well as in frequency is necessary for.magnitude and frequency of floods that will occur at the project areas.

Besides the rational method, unit hydrograph method event is exceeded. As a guidelines to determine the magnitude and frequency of Floods in Peninsular Malaysia, the Department of Drainage and Irrigation (DID) of Malaysia has published a hydrological of low flows [7.Daily gridded rainfall data over Peninsular Malaysia are delineated using an objective clustering algorithm, with the objective of classifying rainfall grids into groups of homogeneous regions based on the similarity of the rainfall annual cycles.

It has been demonstrated that Peninsular Malaysia can be statistically delineated into eight distinct rainfall regions.