Numerical Modelling of Solute Transport in a Compound Channel

Analysis of Flow Field in the Meandering Channel

Estimation of Flow Resistance in Ice Covered Channels

Theoretical Analysis of Air-Entrained Flow in Vertical Drop Shafts of the Channel in Urban Drainage System

Reliability of Navigation Structure Monoliths

Ports and Inland Waterways
This section provides an overview of ports and their major components and subsystems. Also present is a guide to performing a post-earthquake investigation of ports....

Navigational Locks
This section provides an overview of navigational locks, including major components and subsystems. Also present is a guide for performing a post-earthquake investigation of locks....

White Oak Bayou Channel Improvements

Study on Composite Panels Consisting of Cold-Formed Steel Channels and Plywood with Self-Drilling Screws

Experience from Morphological Research on Canadian Streams: Is Control of the Two-Year Frequency Runoff Event the Best Basis for Stream Channel Protection?

Mathematical Modelling of Coastal Morphodynamics Near a Tidal Inlet System

Signatures of Coastal Change at Mesoscales

South Carolina Coastal Erosion Study: Inlet Morphodynamics and Sediment Transport

Evaluating Innovative Concrete Technologies through the HITEC Process: the JMI Channel Bridge

Investigation into the Possibilities of Using Bristol Channel Models for Tidal Predictions

Prediction of Storm Induced Flows in Great Lakes Estuarine Inlets

Flushing and Recharge of Inlet Channel for an Ephemeral Coastal River

Reliability of the Navigation Channel of the Upper Mississippi River

An Extended Relaxation Technique for Unsteady Flows in Networks
A recent enhancement to the FLD WAY model is the addition of an extended relaxation technique for modeling unsteady flows in a dendritic (tree-type) network of channels with tributaries...

Effect of Grade Control Structures on DEC Streams
Controlling the grade of a channel with structures has been an effective means applied to streams. Although, the effectiveness of grade control structures is not readily apparent until...





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