Friction Factor Choice in Hydraulic Simulation Models: Does It Matter?
(no paper) To model water distribution systems using computer hydraulic simulation, a user is required to select a form of head loss-flow relationship for each pipe in the network. The...

Sand Bars at Duck, North Carolina, U.S.A.: Observations and Model Predictions

GIS Modules and Distributed Models of the Watershed
Prepared by the Task Committee on GIS Modules and Distributed Models of the Watershed of ASCE. This report guides professionals in selecting the mostadvantageous...

Basin Response Time: Potential Hydrologic Basin Handprint
Hydrologic lead time is an important factor in many water resources engineering applications. The determination of the response time of a watershed to runoff-producing rainfall is the...

Use of Economic Optimization to Evaluate New Facilities
(No paper) The confluence of the Sacramento and San Joaquin rivers and the San Francisco Bay forms the largest estuary on the West Coast. Known as the Bay-Delta, the region supplies drinking...

Modeling the Fate of Dredged Material Placed at an Open Water Disposal SiTe in Upper Chesapeake Bay, USA

The Passenger and Baggage Flow Model (PBFM) Tool

An Overview of the Simultaneous Perturbation Method for Efficient Optimization

Analytical Model of Spit Evolution at Inlets

Computer Models for Tidal Hydraulic Analysis at Highway Structures

Airport Modeling and Simulation: An Overview

Modeling of Wave-Current Interaction at a River Mouth

Non-Linear Modeling of Shear Instabilities

Delta '96: Surf-Zone and Nearshore Measurements at the Ebro Delta

Composite Modeling of an Offshore Breakwater Scheme in the UKCRF

Interaction of Floating Breakwaters with the 2DH Hydrodynamic Processes in the Coastal Zone

Monitoring and Modeling Ground Water Behavior in Sandy Beaches as a Basis for Improved Models of Swash Zone Sediment Transport

Toward a Better Understanding of Swash Zone Sediment Transport

A Conceptual Model for Barrier Coasts Behavior at Decadal Scale: Application to the Trabucador Bar

Modeling Spatial Structure: Accessibility Interactions in Metropolitan Regions in Developing Countries

 

 

 

 

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