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1.7.4 Minimum Hourly Flow Rate and Minimum Daily Flow Rate

The analyses needed for these values are similar to those used for the analyses of the peak hourly flow rate and the maximum daily flow rate, respectively. One difference is that instead of taking the peaks or maxima, the minima are now being used. The other difference is that the cumulative probability used to obtain the values is the union probability of equaled or not exceeded instead of the union probability of equaled or exceeded. This has to be the case, because the equal-or-exceeded is used for the maxima, it must follow that the equal-or-not-exceeded should be used for the minima.

To derive the minimum hourly flow rate from Figures 1.6 and 1.7, scan for the lowest flow each day from the figures. The values obtained are shown in Table 1.16.

Flow Day Rate

10 18.5

13 25.0

16 18.4

19 13.4

22 13.3

25 18.9

28 18.6

Flow

Day Rate

June

11 18.3

14 18.5

17 19.5

20 25.4

23 25.7

26 13.3

29 13.8

Flow

Day Rate

12 13.4

15 13.5

18 18.6

21 18.6

24 25.3

27 18.9

30 18.4

31 13.5

34 18.4

37 18.3

40 25.1

43 13.5

46 25.8

49 13.4

52 13.2

55 18.1

58 15.9

61 13.0

July
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