storage equation

storage equation

[′stȯr·ij i‚kwā·zhən]
(hydrology)
The equation of continuity applied to unsteady flow; it states that the fluid inflow to a given space during an interval of time minus the outflow during the same interval is equal to the change in storage; it is applied in hydrology to the routing of floods through a reservoir or a reach of a stream; the moisture continuity equation applied to the atmosphere is a modification of this.
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