American Society of Civil Engineers


Journal of Hydraulic Engineering

ISSN: 0733-9429, eISSN: 1943-7900, CODEN: JHEND8
Reston, VA: American Society of Civil Engineers, 1983-; Volume: 109-

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by Thanos Papanicolaou, (editor-in-chief), (1/1/2014-Present; Vol. 140 No. 2-n/a), Terry Sturm, (editor-in-chief), (1/1/2010-1/1/2014; Vol. 136 No. 1-Vol. 140 No. 1), Dennis A. Lyn, (editor-in-chief), (1/1/2006-12/1/2009; Vol. 132 No. 1-Vol. 135 No. 12), Pierre Julien, (editor-in-chief), (2/1/2002-12/1/2005; Vol. 128 No. 2-Vol. 131 No. 12), Robert Ettema, (editor-in-chief), (2/1/1998-1/1/2002; Vol. 124 No. 2-Vol. 128 No. 1), A. Jacob Odgaard, (editor-in-chief), (2/1/1994-1/1/1998; Vol. 120 No. 2-Vol. 124 No. 1), James A. Liggett, (editor-in-chief), (3/1/1990-1/1/1994; Vol. 116 No. 3-Vol. 120 No. 1), E. John List, (editor-in-chief), (10/1/1984-2/1/1990; Vol. 110 No. 10-Vol. 116 No. 3), John A. Hoopes, (editor-in-chief), (10/1/1982-9/1/1984; Vol. 108 No. 10-Vol. 110 No. 9), and Melvin W. Anderson, (editor-in-chief), (6/1/1981-9/1/1982; Vol. 107 No. 6-Vol. 108 No. 9), Journal Code: HY

ASCE sponsor: Environmental and Water Resources Institute (EWRI)

Document type: Serial
Abstract: The Journal of Hydraulic Engineering accepts original contributions that describe the analysis and solutions of problems in hydraulic engineering. Technical Notes may present a problem, without solution, of common interest. Topics range from flows in closed conduits to free-surface flows (canals, rivers, lakes, and estuaries) to environmental fluid dynamics. Topics include transport processes involving fluids (multiphase flows) such as sediment and contaminant transport, and heat and gas transfers. Emphasis is placed on the presentation of concepts, methods, techniques, and results that advance knowledge and/or are suitable for general application in the hydraulic engineering profession.


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Hydraulic engineering