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Hydrotechnical Construction

, Volume 5, Issue 8, pp 715–725 | Cite as

Investigations in the field of dynamic flow resistance of hydraulic structures

  • V. M. Lyatkher
  • M. F. Skladnev
  • I. S. Sheinin
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Conclusion

The theoretical and experimental investigations carried out in the USSR in the field of dynamic hydroelasticity have permitted obtaining interesting scientific and practical results. Although most of these investigations have been carried out on the basis of a linear formulation, they show sufficient agreement of the theoretical and experimental data and permit solving many important problems relating to the design and construction of large hydraulic structures. We may point out that a linear formulation of similar problems is widely applied in the dynamic analysis of ships, airplanes, etc.

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Experimental Data Energy Source Experimental Investigation Power Generation Dynamic Analysis 
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  • V. M. Lyatkher
  • M. F. Skladnev
  • I. S. Sheinin

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