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Task Committee on Recent Advances in Canal Automation;Edited by Brian Wahlin, Ph.D., P.E., D.WRE, and Darell Zimbelman, Ph.D., P.E., D.WRE
2014 / Soft Cover
MOP 131 focuses on the technical aspects of modernizing irrigation systems through use of automated canal control systems.
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Vijay P. Singh, Ph.D., P.E.
2014 / Hard Cover / Digital
Vijay Singh explains the basic concepts of entropy theory from a hydraulic perspective and demonstrates the theory’s application in solving practical engineering problems.
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Task Committee on Flood Safety Policies and Practices; edited by Robert Traver, Ph.D., P.E.
2014 / Digital
This technical report investigates the extent to which the lessons learned from Hurricane Katrina have been incorporated into U.S. water resources projects and recommends changes in national policy and engineering practice related to flood safety.
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Robert Ettema and Cornelia F. Mutel
2014 / Soft Cover / Digital
Ettema and Mutel describe the life and work of Hans Albert Einstein and his search to understand and unravel the complexities of rivers.
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Edited by Nazeer Ahmed, Stewart W. Taylor, and Zhuping Sheng
2014 / Hard Cover / Digital
MOP 127 guides hydraulic engineers and designers through the process of planning, designing, installing, maintaining, and troubleshooting water-well systems.
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Edited by Wayne C. Huber, Ph.D., P.E., D.WRE
2014 / CD-Rom
This collection contains 233 papers on environmental and water resources engineering presented at the World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2014: Water without Borders, held in Portland, Oregon, June 1-5, 2014.
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Task Committee on Inland Navigation of the Waterways Committee; edited by Thomas J. Pokrefke, P.E.
2013 / Soft Cover / Digital
MOP 124 presents design guidance on structures that reshape a river channel to create reliable depths and widths for safe and dependable vessel transit.
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Edited by Roger W. Beieler, P.E.
2013 / Soft Cover / Digital
MOP 125 offers a concise listing of engineering characteristics for 11 types of pipe commonly used for water conveyance and drainage.
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American Society of Civil Engineers
2013 / Soft Cover / Digital
In a single volume, Standards ANSI/ASCE/EWRI 12-13, 13-13, and 14-13 establish the guidelines for design, installation, and operation and maintenance of urban subsurface drainage systems.
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American Society of Civil Engineers
2013 / Soft Cover / Digital
Standard 44-13 describes the process through which supercooled fog dispersal operations should be designed, conducted, and evaluated.
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