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Research Article

Uncertainty Assessment: Reservoir Inflow Forecasting with Ensemble Precipitation Forecasts and HEC-HMS

Figure 4

Observed and simulated hydrographs during (a) Typhoon Jangmi, (b) Typhoon Sinlaku, and (c) Typhoon Fungwong. The MAEs of model calibration and validation were 101.0, 224.8, and 84.8 m3/s. The result proves that the calibrated HEC-HMS model provides confident estimations for the timing and value of the peak flow and for the cumulative water volume into the reservoir. The SCS-CN method was selected to estimate rainfall loss, including interception, depression storage, infiltration, evaporation, and transpiration. This method estimates precipitation excess as a function of cumulative precipitation, soil cover, land use, and antecedent moisture.
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(a) Typhoon Jangmi (calibration)
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(b) Typhoon Sinlaku (validation)
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(c) Typhoon Fungwong (validation)