Hydraulic and Environmental Modelling: Estuarine and River Waters : Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Hydraulic and Environmental Modelling of Coastal, Estuarine and River Waters
R. A. Falconer, K. Shiono, R. G. S. Matthew
Ashgate, Jan 1, 1992 - Technology & Engineering - 521 pages
This work is the second of two volumes which present research findings and applications of computational and hydraulic modelling techniques to both quantity and quality aspects of hydraulic engineering. This volume covers estuarine and river waters in three parts - hydraulics, flow and measurement.
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An Experimental Study for Estimating Hydraulic Roughness of
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