# Gas Transfer and Secondary Currents in Open Channels

*Laboratory flume experiments on water-wide controlled gas transfer, such as reaeration, are described. The experiments indicate that gas transfer is a surface renewal process, well described...*

Water Surface Profiles in Compound Channels

*The paper explores the use of the proposed compound channel Froude number in problems of water surface profile computation. It can be used not only to determine critical depth and to identify...*

LANDSAT and Micro-GIS for Watershed Modeling

*A microcomputer-based Geographic Information System (GIS) incorporating LANDSAT or other remotely sensed digital data greatly reduces the cost of watershed modeling. The computation of...*

Biological Evaluation of Angled Screen Test Facility

*The paper presents comparisons of model and prototype measurements as a means for evaluating the ability of a physical model to reproduce a geometrically complex prototype thermal intake...*

A comparison of Predicted and Observed Runoff Curve Numbers

Regional Application of the Curve Number Method

Flow Parameters of Fluid Mud

*A set of small-scale, high-resolution velocity and stress sensors based on rugged metal-clad hot wires and epoxy-encapsulated hot films is to be evaluated for its performance characteristics...*

A Three Dimensional Hydraulic Jump

*A study is conducted to define the three-dimensional hydraulic jump that occurs in a rectangular channel downstream of a rectangular contracted sluice gate. A sequent depth ratio equation...*

Riprap Sizing-Four Methods

*A comparison summary is provided for sizing of riprap by four methods: Isbash, Froude, Tractive Force - Logarithmic Velocity Profile (TFL), and Tractive Force - Power Velocity Profile...*

Kinematic Shock: A Sensitivity Analysis

*A series of numerical experiments is performed to determine the flow and channel characteristics that are most conducive to kinematic wave steepening and associated shock phenomena. A...*

Role of AMC in Computing Runoff with Curve Numbers

Curve Numbers: A Personal Interpretation

Experience with Curve Numbers in EPIC

A Data-Based Evaluation of the Curve Number Method

The Curve Number Runoff Model as an Infiltration Model for Hydrograph Simulation

Spectral Properties of Turbulence and Reynolds Stress in a Shearing Flow

On Prediction of Characteristics for Vertical Plane Buoyant Jets in Stably Linear Stratified Environment

A Reynolds Stress Measurement Technique for Complex Flows

Spectrum of Shallow Water Waves

*A complete and coherent formulation for defining different spectral shallow water wave bands is stated. It takes into account the attenuation and dispersion characteristics of the waves...*

Thermal Front Formation from Buoyant Surface Jets

*An explanation is given for the formation of thermal fronts for outfall Froude numbers in the range of F≤ 3.3. It is shown that the homogeneous round jet has a characteristic natural frequency...*

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