WMS:OC Rational Job Control
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The OC Rational Method – Job Control parameters include all of the universal data necessary to run an Orange County analysis that are not a part of a basin, reach, or reservoir. The following are the specific parameters defined as part of job control:
- Units – By default Orange County performs computations in English units, however metric unit calculations can be specified.
- Frequency – Select the return period of the design storm. Non-mountainous and mountainous IDF curve values are updated based on this selection. Enter IDF curve values for the 500-yr storm.
- Expected Value – Toggle this check box on to do an expected value analysis. IDF curves and losses will be automatically updated for each sub-area if they have already been computed.
IDF Curves
IDF (intensity-duration-frquency) curves in Orange County are calculated differently depending on the location of the analysis. This section is subdivided into non-mountainous (areas below 2000 feet) and mountainous (areas above 2000 feet) regions.
- Non-mountainous – The IDF curves are generated using a regression equation I = atb where:
- I – Rainfall intensity (in/hr, mm/hr)
- t – Duration (min)
- a, b – Regression equation coefficients
- Mountainous – The IDF curves are generated by interpolating between known intensities at specified time values.
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