Category: Science > Math
Asked by: garrett1234-ga
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05 Nov 2006 17:40 PST
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Question ID: 780377
I am trying to understand how to determine the limits of integration of convolution integrals for simple instantaneous unit hydrographs (IUH). I am looking for EXCELLENT resources because my teacher sucks. EXCELLENT internet resources work, or EXCELLENT very basic books on the subject. Example of problem I'm tying to solve: rain falls at a certain rate for a certain time on an impermeable smooth surface such as a section of a circle. The rain runs off at a certain linear velocity toward the "center" of the section of the circle: What is the IUH of the runoff at various times after the rain begins? I understand the how to integrate, but there is a "time shift" between the time variables "t" and "Tao," and you've got to get the limits of integration right. Again, I'm not looking for someone to solve the problem, just THE BEST resources that explain really well how you go about determining the limits of integration.
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Re: Convolution Integral
From: dhaivatpandit-ga on 13 Nov 2006 13:08 PST
Hi thanks for the question, try this link, hope that helps http://www.jhu.edu/~signals/convolve/index.html
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