2 edition of Topics in hydraulic modelling found in the catalog.
Topics in hydraulic modelling
International Association for Hydraulic Research. Congress
by Secretariat of the XXII, International Association for Hydraulic Research, Water Resources Publications [distributor] in Lausanne, Switzerland, Littleton, Colo., USA
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editors, J.A. Cunge & P. Ackers.|
|Contributions||Cunge, J. A., Ackers, Peter.|
|LC Classifications||TC164 .I58 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 437 p. :|
|Number of Pages||437|
|LC Control Number||89181462|
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Topics include: Similitude and dimensional analysis; Single-phase flow; Loose boundary flow; Gas-liquid flows; Environmental flows; Coastal and estuary processes; Ice, debris, and hydroelastic vibrations; Hydraulic machinery; Design, construction, and.
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SchSlchli Aerodynamic modelling of the inlet in tidal embaynents L Da Deppo and A. Rmaldo Study of.
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Hyraulic modeling is, essentially, the understanding and prediction of fluid flow and its applications in industrial, municipal, and environmental settings, whether in a creekbed, locked in the pores of rocks deep in the earth, or in the ocean.
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More recent hydraulic model studies have also been made to investigate the ability of common types of spillways to discharge floating debris.
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The scope of the article includes hydraulic phenomena at hydraulic structures, in rivers, estuaries, the coastal region and oceans, and overland and groundwater flows.
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This innovative textbook contains numerous examples and practical applications, and is fully illustrated with photographs. Dr Chanson introduces the basic principles of open channel flow and takes readers through the key topics of sediment transport, hydraulic modelling and the design of hydraulic.
interaction and a new section on coastal modelling. Chapter Enlarged discussion of mathematical, numerical and compu-tational models in hydraulic engineering. In order not to increase the size of the book unduly some less relevant material has been omitted (particularly in Ch.
12). P. Novak, A.I.B. Moffat and R. Narayanan.Get this from a library! Topics in hydraulic modelling: proceedings of technical session B, XXII Congress International Association for Hydraulic Research, IAHR, Ecole polytechnique fédérale, Lausanne, VIII IX, [J A Cunge; Peter Ackers; International Association for Hydraulic Research.
Congress].Book Description. Modelling forms a vital part of all engineering design, yet many hydraulic engineers are not fully aware of the assumptions they make. These assumptions can have important consequences when choosing the best model to inform design decisions.