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Hydraulic Engineering: Structural Applications, Numerical Modeling and Environmental Impacts
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Editors: Gerhard Hirsch and Bernd Kappel
Book Description:
All hydraulic structures are constructed on the solid Earth, which can be mathematically treated as an infinite domain, from the engineering length-scale point of view. This book examines the computational simulation of static and dynamic responses of hydraulic structures, which are constructed on infinite foundations. Moreover, the analysis and design problem of water distribution networks has been and will continue to be a main subject of hydraulic engineering. This book presents a design procedure improved by using power law friction factor, which provides accurate solutions for three types of pipe design problems with considering effect of local losses.


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Table of Contents:
Preface

An Extended Shallow-Water-Like Model Applied to Flows in Environmental and Civil Engineering, pp. 1-84
(F. Kerger, B.J. Dewals, S. Erpicum, P. Archambeau, M. Pirotton, Institute of Civil Engineering, ArGenCO Dept., Liege University, Liege, Belgium)

Interacting Infiltration Devices (Field Analysis, Experimental Observation and Numerical Modelling): Prediction of Seepage (overland flow) Locations, Mechanisms and Volumes – Implications for SUDS, Groundwater Raising Projects and Carbon Sequestration Projects, pp. 85-156
(D.D.J. Antia, DCA Consultants Ltd., Haughend Farm, Bridge of Earn Road, Dunning, Perthshire, Scotland, UK)

Application of Meta-Heuristic Optimization Approaches to Investigate Velocity Profile Effect on Optimal Design of Open Channels, pp. 157-180
(Vahid Nourani, Faculty of Civil Eng., University of Tabriz, Iran)

Applications of Static and Dynamic Infinite Elements to Hydraulic Engineering Problems Involving Infinite Domains, pp. 181-211
(Chongbin Zhao, Computational Geosciences Research Centre, Central South University, Changsha, China)

Hydraulic Analysis for Commercial Pipeline Design using MATHCAD, pp. 213-224
(Gürol Yildirim, Civil Engineering Dept., Hydraulics Div., Istanbul Technical University (I.T.U.), Istanbul, Turkey)

Degradation of Sodium Polystyrene Sulfonate under Ultrasonic Irradiation, pp. 225-235
(Yu Jiangang, Ni Caihua, Zhu Changping, Zhu Guangjun, Huang Bo, School of Chemical and Material Engineering, Jiangnan University, Wuxi, China, and others)

Geophysical Approach to Progressive/Sudden Collapse of Engineering Structures in Lagos State, Nigeria, pp. 237-248
K.F. Oyedele, Department of Physics, Geophysics Pogramme, University of Lagos, Lagos, Nigeria)

Commentary for the Prior Errors on the Critical Depth and Froude Number Computations, pp. 249-258
(Süleyman Mazlum and Nazire Mazlum, Süleyman Demirel University, Engineering and Architecture Faculty, Environmental Engineering Dept, Isparta, Turkey)

Estimation of Surface Runoff and Recharge to Ground Water for Azraq Catchment, Jordan using Multi-Temporal Satellite Images and GIS^, pp. 259-276
(Mohammed El Bastawesy, National Authority for Remote Sensing and Space Sciences (NARSS), Egypt)

Commentary on the Prior Errors on the Conservation Laws:
I. Conservation of Mass ^, pp. 277-289
(Süleyman Mazlum and Nazire Mazlum, Süleyman Demirel University, Engineering and Architecture Faculty, Environmental Engineering Dept., Isparta, 32260, Turkey)

Commentary on the Prior Errors on the Conservation Laws:
II. Conservation of Energy ^, pp. 291-311
(Süleyman Mazlum and Nazire Mazlum, Süleyman Demirel University, Engineering and Architecture Faculty, Environmental Engineering Dept., Isparta, 32260, Turkey)

Commentary on the Prior Errors on the Conservation Laws:
III. Conservation of Momentum ^, pp. 313-321
(Süleyman Mazlum and Nazire Mazlum, Süleyman Demirel University, Engineering and Architecture Faculty, Environmental Engineering Dept., Isparta, 32260, Turkey)

Vertical Hydraulic Conductivity of Highly Permeable Alluvial Aquifiers, pp. 323-337
(Xunhong Chen, School of Natural Resources, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska)*

Bankfull Hydraulic Geometry Adjustments Caused by Check Dams for Ephemeral Channels (South-East Spain, Western Mediterranean), pp. 339-363
(C. Conesa-Garcia, R. Garcia-Lorenzo, Dept. of Geografia, Laboratorio de Geomorfologia, Universidad de Murcia, Murcia, Spain)*

Index pp.365-375

   Series:
      Engineering Tools, Techniques and Tables
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2010
   Pages: 375.pp
   ISBN: 978-1-60876-825-7
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