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  • Improving capacity of CUSUSWASH universities for water management for agriculture 

    Author(s):Council of U.S. Universities for Soil and Water Development in Arid and Sub-humid Areas; University of Arizona; Colorado State University; Utah State University; Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering
    Date:1971-08-31
  • Numerical simulation of wind, temperature, shear stress and turbulent energy over nonhomogeneous terrain 

    Author(s):Huang, Chin-hua; Nickerson, Everett C.; Colorado State University. Fluid Dynamics and Diffusion Laboratory
    Date:1972-03
    Airflow in the atmospheric surface layer over nonhomogeneous surfaces with discontinuities in surface roughness and temperature is investigated by numerical techniques. A computational scheme is developed for solving the ...
  • Improving capacity of CUSUSWASH universities for water management for agriculture 

    Author(s):Council of U.S. Universities for Soil and Water Development in Arid and Sub-humid Areas; University of Arizona; Colorado State University; Utah State University; Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering
    Date:1971-10
  • Flood protection at bridge crossings 

    Author(s):Simons, Daryl B.; Lewis, G. L.; United States. Bureau of Public Roads; Wyoming. State Highway Department. Planning and Research Division; Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering
    Date:1971
    Techniques for the design of stable rock-riprap protection in the vicinity of bridge crossings are presented. Hydraulic properties of the crossings are computed from methods derived in other sources, and the properties are ...
  • Evaporation of water as related to wind barriers 

    Author(s):Verma, Shashi B.; Cermak, J. E. (Jack E.); United States. Office of Water Resources Research; Colorado State University. Environmental Resources Center; Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering
    Date:1971-06-31
    Local evaporation rates were measured from strips of saturated surfaces imbedded in wavy surfaces. Mean water vapor concentrations and mean velocity distributions were also measured over the wavy boundary. In the region ...
  • Basic data report on the turbulent spread of heat & matter 

    Author(s):McQuivey, R. S. (Raul S.); Keefer, Thomas N.; Shirazi, Mostafa A.; Geological Survey (U.S.). Water Resources Division; Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering
    Date:1971-08
    The purpose of this report is to present the results of an investigation of the turbulent transport properties of heated and salt water jets in an open channel flow. The data were taken cooperatively by the U.S. Geological ...
  • An investigation of flow over high roughness 

    Author(s):Kawatani, Takeshi; Sadeh, Willy Z.; Colorado State University; United State. Office of Naval Research; Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering; Atmospheric Sciences Laboratory (U.S.)
    Date:1971-08
    An experimental investigation of the atmospheric boundary-layer flow on high roughness was conducted by simulating the flow over a forest canopy in a meteorological wind tunnel. The model forest canopy used consisted of ...
  • Metropolitan water intelligence systems, completion report, phase I 

    Author(s):Smith, George L.; Grigg, Neil S.; Tucker, L. Scott; Hill, Duane W.; United States. Office of Water Resources Research; Metropolitan Water Intelligence Systems Project; Colorado State University. Water Resources Systems Program; Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering
    Date:1972-06
    The Metropolitan Water Intelligence System (MWIS) Concept is being developed with the objective of providing automatic operational control for metropolitan water systems. In full development, MWIS might link together all ...
  • Response of a turbulent boundary layer to lateral roughness discontinuities 

    Author(s):Wang, Hua; Nickerson, Everett C.; Colorado State University. Fluid Dynamics and Diffusion Laboratory; Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering
    Date:1972-07
    The structure of the turbulent boundary layer on a flat plate consisting of alternate, longitudinal strips of smooth and rough (Sand paper, Grit 4) surfaces parallel to the direction of the flow has been investigated. ...
  • Geohydraulics at the unconformity between bedrock and alluvial aquifers 

    Author(s):Waltz, James P.; Sunada, Daniel K.; United States. Office of Water Resources Research; Colorado State University. Environmental Resources Center; Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering
    Date:1972-06-30
    Three legally designated groundwater basins in Colorado have been studied to determine the magnitude of groundwater flux into or out of the underlying bedrock. A numerical model based on Darcy's Law and the mass continuity ...
  • Mass dispersion from an instantaneous line source in a turbulent shear flow 

    Author(s):Putta, S. N.; Cermak, J. E. (Jack E.); Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering
    Date:1971-06
    Dispersion of passive material released from an instantaneous line source in the constant stress region of a neutral atmosphere is investigated. Concentration fields within the cloud of dispersing material is represented ...
  • Sedimentation and contaminant criteria for watershed planning and management: completion report 

    Author(s):Shen, Hsieh Wen, 1931-; United States. Office of Water Resources Research; Colorado State University. Environmental Resources Center; Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering
    Date:1972-06
    When precipitation reaches its watershed, part of the water will infiltrate and percolate through the soil as ground water and a large portion of water will form surface runoff. This report is to describe a study on the ...
  • Color infrared photography and thermal infrared imagery of selected locations along the Missouri River between Omaha and Blair, Nebraska 

    Author(s):Skinner, Morris M.; Ruff, James F.; Colorado State University. Environmental Resources Center; Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering
    Date:1972-06
  • Mass diffusion over wind waves 

    Author(s):Liu, Hsien Ta; Karaki, Susumu; Colorado State University. Fluid Dynamics and Diffusion Laboratory; Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering
    Date:1972-05
    The mass diffusion process from an elevated point source over a wind-disturbed water surface was investigated experimentally and numerically. The diffusion model which generated from this study was used also to compare ...
  • Wind waves and diffusion in open channels 

    Author(s):Su, Kuo-Shyong; Gessler, Johannes; Colorado State University. Fluid Dynamics and Diffusion Laboratory; Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering
    Date:1972-05
    This study describes a theoretical and experimental investigation of the vertical and lateral mixing of tracer fluids in a straight, wide, open channel, with and without wind action on the water surface. Using appropriate ...
  • Experimental study of heavy mineral segregation under alluvial-flow conditions, An 

    Author(s):Brady, Lawrence L.; Jobson, Harvey E.; Geological Survey (U.S.); Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering
    Date:1972-03
    Segregation of opaque minerals (mainly ilmenite and magnetite) from the light minerals in a natural sand was observed in a large (61 x 2.44 x 1.22 meters) recirculating water-sediment flume. Bed material (median size 0.286 ...
  • Innovative, off-campus educational programs of Colorado State University 

    Author(s):Baldwin, Lionel V.; Davis, Preston; Maxwell, Lee M.; Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering
    Date:1972-04
  • Comparison of a coaxial focused laser Doppler system in atmospheric measurements, A 

    Author(s):Karaki, Susumu; Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering
    Date:1973-06
  • Class notes for experimental methods in fluid mechanics 

    Author(s):Sandborn, Virgil A.; Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering
    Date:1972
  • Use of remote sensing to obtain data for describing the large river, The: interim report 

    Author(s):Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering; United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. Vicksburg District.
    Date:1972-06

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