Australian Rainfall and Runoff (ARR) is a national guideline document, data and software suite that can be used for the estimation of design flood characteristics in Australia. This is the 4th edition of ARR, after the 1st edition was released by Engineers Australia in This edition is published and supported by the. ARR Guidelines. ARR consists of: The Guideline; Software; Data. The ARR Guideline. The ARR Guideline is available at the moment in two formats. Australian Rainfall and Runoff (ARR) is a national guideline document, data and software suite that can be used for the estimation of design flood characteristics .
Project 1, Development of Intensity Frequency Duration Information across Australia. Project 2, Spatial Patterns of Rainfall. Project 3, Temporal Patterns of . About. How is ARR used? With national applicability, balancing the varied climates of Australia, the information and the approaches presented in Australian . History. Engineers Australia released the ARR in with the aim of providing Australian designers and analysts with the best available information on flood.
Books and Chapters. ARR is available at the moment in two formats: epub download; Beta testing website. Book 9 is currently in PDF format and available here. The Australian Rainfall and Runoff Guidelines aim to provide the best available information on design flood estimation in a manner suitable for use by Australian practitioners with varying levels of knowledge about the design flood problem, flood processes, and engineering hydrology. Professional engineers and planners. The Commonwealth of Australia and the ARR's contributing authors (through Engineers Australia) have taken steps to both identify third-party material and secure permission for its reproduction and reuse. However, please note that where these materials are not licensed under a Creative Commons licence or similar terms.