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  • Rate of change of the peak for floods progressing along a channel 

    Author(s):Yevjevich, Vujica M.
    Date Issued:1965
    Format:reports
  • Final report of Harvard Gulch flood control project, conduit intake 

    Author(s):Ruff, J. F.
    Date Issued:1965-12
    Format:reports
    This report describes a hydraulic model study of the intake to the 12-foot diameter conduit for the Harvard Gulch Flood Control Project, Design of an intake to provide a discharge of about 2100 cfs at an upstream water ...
  • Unsteady movement of ripples and dunes related to bed-load transport 

    Author(s):Simons, D. B.; Richardson, E. V.; Nordin, C. F., Jr.
    Date Issued:1965
    Format:reports
    Two methods for computing bed-load transport from dune movement are considered. An equation based on the mean forward velocity and mean height of ripples and dunes is applied to flume data, and yields satisfactory results ...
  • Total bed-material discharge in alluvial channels 

    Author(s):Chang, Feng-Ming; Simons, Daryl B.; Richardson, Everett V.
    Date Issued:1965
    Format:reports
    A study of total bed-material discharge in alluvial channels, partially based on existing theories, has been conducted. The bedload discharge was obtained by utilizing the energy-work relation of the fluid and the bed ...
  • Wind action on water standing in a laboratory channel 

    Author(s):Hidy, G. M.; Plate, E. J.
    Date Issued:1965
    Format:reports
    The processes of wave and current development resulting from wind action on initially standing water have been investigated in a wind-water tunnel. The mean air flow over wavy water was examined along with the variation ...

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