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All Topics | Topic "Runoff Resistance Factor and Curve Number"
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Mr. Quoc Pham

Subject: Runoff Resistance Factor and Curve Number   
Posted: 1/8/2016 Viewed: 9501 times
Hello WEAP users
I would like to ask are there any relationship between Runoff Resistance Factor and Curve Number (CN)?
If I can define the range of CN, can I define the range of Runoff Resistance Factor for calibration purpose?
Regards,
Pham Quoc
Topic "Runoff Resistance Factor and Curve Number"