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Estimation des crues rares et extrêmes : principes du modèle AGREGEE

Abstract : The Agregee model, which is a generalization of the gradex model, is designed to estimate the flood frequency curve, for a given duration d, using a combinaison of observed flow and rainfall, and historical information. The main parts of the model are the fitting of rainfall and discharge distributions, the use of a simple mathematical formulation which allows a progressive extrapolation of the discharge distribution, and the calculation of bivariate distributions in order to estimate the peak discharges. The model allows us to build synthetic monofrequency hydrographs.
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M. Margoum, G. Oberlin, M. Lang, R. Weingartner. Estimation des crues rares et extrêmes : principes du modèle AGREGEE. Hydrologie continentale, 1994, 9 (1), pp.85-100. ⟨hal-02573992⟩

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