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Channels and Channel Control Structures

Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Hydraulic Design in Water Resources Engineering: Channels and Channel Control Structures, University of Southampton, April 1984

  • K. V. H. Smith
Conference proceedings

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. Control and Diversion Structures

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. G. C. Christodoulou, G. C. Noutsopoulos, S. A. Andreou
      Pages 3-17
    3. C. P. Sinha, D. P. Singh
      Pages 19-32
    4. Nandana Vittal, N. K. Rastogi
      Pages 33-44
    5. A. Qadar
      Pages 45-57
    6. P. K. Bhargava, N. Vittal, K. G. Ranga Raju
      Pages 91-101
    7. P. Bettess, W. R. White, R. Bettess
      Pages 103-117
    8. N. M. Hitch, R. Narayanan
      Pages 119-131
    9. F. de Vries
      Pages 155-166
    10. J. Lewin
      Pages 195-207
    11. N. Ishii, E. Naudascher
      Pages 209-222

About these proceedings

Introduction

The development of water resources has proceeded at an amazing speed around the world in the last few decades. The hydraulic engineer has played his part: in constructing much larger artificial channels than ever before, larger and more sophisticated control structures, and systems of irrigation, drainage and water supply channels in which the flow by its nature is complex and unsteady requiring computer-based techniques at both the design and operation stage. It seemed appropriate to look briefly at some of the developments in hydraulic design resulting from this situation. Hence the idea of the Conference was formed. The Proceedings of the Conference show that hydraulic engineers have been able to acquire a very substantial base of design capability from the experience of the period referred to. The most outstanding development to have occurred is in the combination of physical and mathematical modelling, which in hydraulic engineering has followed a parallel path to that in other branches of engineering science. The Proceedings of this Conference will give to the reader an awareness of the current state of hydraulic design in open channel flow and open channel control structures. K.V.H. Smith Editor 1. CONTROL AND DIVERSION STRUCTURES 1-3 FACTORS AFFECTING BRINK DEPTH IN RECTANGULAR OVERFALLS G.C. Christodoulou, G.C. Noutsopoulos and S.A. Andreou Dept. of Civil Engineering, National Technical Univ. of Athens, Greece.

Keywords

Channels Control Drainage Freispiegelleitung Kanalbau Kanalströmung Sedimenttransport Structures Ufereinfassung modeling

Editors and affiliations

  • K. V. H. Smith
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Civil EngineeringUniversity of SouthamptonSouthamptonUK

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