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  • Theory and experiments in the prediction of small watershed response : progress report 

    Contributor:Schulz, Edmund F.; Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering
    Date:1970?
  • Report flood protection at bridge crossings : draft 

    Contributor: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:1970
    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 ...
  • Vertical momentum transport over mountainous terrain 

    Contributor:Wooldridge, Gene L.; Reiter, Elmar R.; Colorado State University. Department of Atmospheric Science; Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering
    Date:1970-09
    High-resolution pictures obtained with a handheld camera during the earth-orbital photographic mission of the Apollo IX spacecraft provided a unique opportunity to map the areal extent of gravity waves over the southwestern ...
  • Thermal modification of the troposphere due to convective interaction 

    Contributor:Kininmonth, W. R. (William R.); Colorado State University. Department of Atmospheric Science; Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering
    Date:1970-09
    The erosion and subsequent mixing to the environment of the updraft of mesoscale convective clouds is examined and modeled as a mechanism for the thermal modification of the cloud environment. Atmospheric soundings made ...
  • Influence of absolute pressure on the cooling of a plate by impinging air jets 

    Contributor:Haberstroh, Robert D.; Meroney, Robert N.; Kim, In-Kun; Colorado State University. College of Engineering; Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering
    Date:1970-09
    An experimental investigation to determine the effect of absolute pressure on the convective heat transfer coefficient for a hot plate cooled by impingement of air jets upon it was executed as proposed by Haberstroh and ...
  • Improving capacity of CUSUSWASH universities for water management for agriculture 

    Contributor: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:1970-08-31
  • Surface-air energy exchange over eastern Venezuela as related to streamflow and cumulonimbus cloud systems 

    Contributor:Renné, David S.; Colorado State University. Department of Atmospheric Science; Colorado State University. College of Engineering
    Date:1970-09
    Solar and net radiation measurements made during the Venezuelan International Meteorological-Hydrological Experiment (VIM-HEX) conducted in Venezuela in the summer of 1969 are discussed, and the results presented in two ...
  • Weather factors in Denver air pollution 

    Contributor:Riehl, Herbert, 1915-; Herkhof, Dirk; Colorado State University. Department of Atmospheric Science; Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering
    Date:1970-08
  • Maintenance station location through operations research at the Wyoming State Highway Department 

    Contributor:Hayman, Robert W.; Howard, Clyde A.; Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering
    Date:1970
    The purpose of the investigation reported in this paper is to develop mathematical models by means of operations research techniques to optimally allocate scarce resources used in highway maintenance. Various maintenance ...
  • Hurricane air-sea interaction model study : progress report 

    Contributor:Bole, James B.; Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering
    Date:1971-05-10
  • Interaction of a wall-jet with a shear flow 

    Contributor:Mukherji, Sanjib K.; Sadeh, Willy Z.; Colorado State University. Fluid Dynamics and Diffusion Laboratory; Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering
    Date:1972-05
    An experimental investigation of a flow field resulting from the interaction between a spreading turbulent wall jet on a smooth surface and a shear flow was conducted. The combined flow was formed by a downward circular ...
  • Research and development technique for estimating airflow and diffusion parameters in connection with the Atmospheric Water Resources Program : interim report 

    Contributor:Orgill, Montie M.; Cermak, J. E. (Jack E.); Grant, Lewis O.; Colorado State University. Fluid Dynamics and Diffusion Laboratory; Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering
    Date:1971
    This report presents a summary of the research and tentative findings on the use of scaled topographic models and laboratory techniques to study the transport and dispersion of cloud seeding material over mountainous ...
  • Study on three dimensional change in roughness : technical report, A 

    Contributor:Nambudripad, Kudallur D.; Cermak, J. E. (Jack E.); Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering
    Date:1970-08
  • Catalog of research reports, papers, bulletins and theses 

    Contributor:Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering
    Date:1971-07-01
  • Laboratory simulation of airflow and atmospheric transport-dispersion over Elk Mountain, Wyoming : technical report 

    Contributor:Kitabayshi, K.; Orgill, Montie M.; Cermak, J. E. (Jack E.); Colorado State University. Fluid Dynamics and Diffusion Laboratory; Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering
    Date:1971-07
    A stably stratified airflow over an isolated mountain was simulated in a wind tunnel and transport-dispersion properties were investigated. Geometric, dynamic and thermal similarity were considered for stably stratified ...
  • Numerical and wind tunnel simulation of stratified shear layers to nonhomogeneous surface features 

    Contributor:Yamada, Tetsuji; Meroney, Robert N.; Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering
    Date:1971-06
    Two-dimensional airflows over various nonuniform surfaces in a stratified atmosphere are studied both numerically and experimentally. Three problems are investigated, classified by the effect of the external forcing functions ...
  • Basic and regional characteristics of streamflow in the upper Colorado River basin : interim report 

    Contributor:Engelen, G. B.; Morel-Seytoux, Hubert J.; Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering
    Date:1970-12
    This report describes the first phase of a research project concerned with two somewhat related subjects: 1. The study of the flow regimen of the rivers in the Upper Colorado River Basin and their relation to differences ...
  • Reaeration in open-channel flow 

    Contributor:Bennett, J. P.; Rathbun, R. E.; Colorado State University. Fluid Dynamics and Diffusion Laboratory; Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering
    Date:1971-04
    Reaeration, the physical absorption of oxygen from the atmosphere, is the primary process by which a stream replaces oxygen consumed in the biodegradation of organic wastes. The reaeration process in a stream is characterized ...
  • Mass transfer from rough surfaces 

    Contributor:Verma, Shashi B.; Cermak, J. E. (Jack E.); Colorado State University. Fluid Dynamics and Diffusion Laboratory; Colorado State University. Department of Civil Engineering
    Date:1971-05
  • Improving capacity of CUSUSWASH universities for water management for agriculture 

    Contributor: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:1970-08-31

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