Unsteady Flow in China

by Pin-nam Lin, Visiting Prof.; Colorado State Univ., Fort Collins, Colo.,
Zheheng Dai, Chf. Engr. and Dir.; Zhejiang Inst. of Estuarine and Coastal Engrg. Research, Hanzhou, China,
Kuanbin Li, Deputy Chf. Engr.; Zhejiang Inst. of Estuarine and Coastal Engrg. Research, Hanzhou, China,


Serial Information: Journal of the Waterway, Port, Coastal and Ocean Division, 1982, Vol. 108, Issue 3, Pg. 343-360


Document Type: Journal Paper

Abstract: This article summarizes some results of research on unsteady flow problems encountered in China. These results are in general little known to the world outside of China. The report is not intended to be general, although it does touch on considerable variety of problems, such as one- and two-dimensional tidal flow in estuaries, dam-break waves, routing of suspended load and prediction of salinity.

Subject Headings: Unsteady flow | Tides | Suspended loads | Two-dimensional flow | Dam failures | Load factors | Flood routing | Estuaries | China | Asia

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