# Effects of Inflow Condition on Hydraulic Jump

*The particular aspect of the jump phenomenon considered in the paper concerns the condition of inflow, i.e., the state of flow development of the supercritical stream. Based on an unconventional...*

Diffusion Solutions to Flows with Upstream Control

*A diffusion solution to a simplified form of the St. Venant equations is used to predict the passage of a flood wave along the Clutha River in New Zealand. Hayami's diffusion...*

Inflow Density Currents In TVA Reservoirs

Some Factors Influencing Required Reservoir Storage

*The impact of streamflow variability and correlation and demand patterns on the required capacity of a water supply reservoir were studied. Inflow traces were generated by simple Markov...*

De Saint-Venant Equations Experimentally Verified

*The unsteady spatially varied flow equations (De Saint-Venant equations) are being solved by implicit finite differences with explicit description at the boundaries. Imposition of improper...*

Optimal Design of Furrow Length of Surface Irrigation

*The furrow length design of an irrigation system can be optimized by analyzing overall irrigation system cost when the infiltration intensity function of soils, advance function of inflow...*

Control of Sediment Flow into Subsurface Drains

*Sediment inflow into subsurface drains in noncohesive soils causes serious maintenance problems. An impervious hemispherical cover over a drain having inflow openings only at the top was...*

Furrow Irrigation with Decreasing Inflow Rate

*A mathematical model has been developed to provide the manner in which the inflow stream size at the upstream end of a furrow must be reduced stepwise according to the infiltration characteristics...*

Surging in Laboratory Pipeline with Steady Inflow

*Surges of head and discharge were studied experimentally in a laboratory pipeline which had check structures spaced at equal distances along the pipe. Surges developed when the downstream...*

Selective Withdrawal from Density-Stratified Reservoirs

*In lakes and reservoirs stable density stratification is caused primarily by the temperature variation with depth, and secondarily by a variable concentration of dissolved and suspended...*

Effect of Intake Elevation and Operation on Water Temperature

*A graphical temperature prediction method based on simplifying assumptions is used to demonstrate how intake elevation and operation at certain times of the year influence outflow water...*

Water Consumption in the Lower Colorado River Valley

*The average annual water consumption in the lower Colorado River valley between Davis Dam and Imperial Dam during the period 1950-1966 is about 1,200,000 acre-feet, the average of values...*

Irrigation with Cut-Back Furrow Streams

*Nonuniformity of water distribution in irrigated fields results from unequal intake-opportunity times along the run. The cut-back of inflow (as suggested by previous workers) allows a...*

Computer Models for Reservoir Regulation

*A stochastic linear programming model is structured for defining reservoir-operating policies which satisfy either single or multiple objectives. The discussion is limited to models for...*

Horizontal Two-Dimensional Density Current

*The flow in the region of entrainment for a two dimensional horizontal density current was examined and was compared with that of the hydraulic jump, it has been shown that the depth of...*

Control Point in a Lateral Spillway Channel

*To calculate the water surface profile in a lateral spillway channel, it is necessary to determine a control point. The control may be located downstream, with subcritical flow everywhere...*

Hydraulics of Spatially Varied Pipe Flow

*The flow profile in a gridiron drainage main tile where lateral inflows enter at constant intervals is studied in detail. Theoretical equations are derived for computing flow profiles....*

Analysis of Surface Irrigation Application Efficiency

*Precise analytical design of surface irrigation is not possible at the present time (as of 1967). Designs can be improved, however, if the interrelationships of design parameters of infiltration...*

Energy Loss at Pipe Junctions

*Theoretical equations can be used to predict the loss of energy at the junction of an inflowing lateral with a straight main pipe with satisfactory results for most uses. In most cases,...*

Water Infiltration in Hawaiian Sugarcane Furrows

*An infiltration equation that describes separately the effects of flow retardance from sugarcane growing in the furrow, the inflow rate, and the furrow slope, shape, and spacing as related...*

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