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Hydraulic Engineering

 

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This webliography consists of articles, research papers, and other web resources on Hydraulic Engineering.

 

Definition

"Hydraulic Engineering covers the planning, management, design and operation of water supply and distribution systems, flood control and flood hazard mapping, hydrologic and hydraulic aspects of environmental issues, and application of remotely-sensed data to hydrologic and environmental problems."

Quoted from:
http://www.eng.nus.edu.sg/civil/JoiNUS/roles_hydraulic.htm

 

 

Internet Sites

Dam Hydraulic Laboratory and Annex 
[Retrieved January 21, 2010]

From the Public Works Research Institute of Japan, this article presents the River and Dam Hydraulic Engineering Research Team's projects in dam construction, maintenance and improvement. It presents images of the dams constructed and other river hydraulic model experiments.

An Evaluation of Materials for Repair of Erosion Damage in Hydraulic Structures
[Retrieved January 18, 2010

Written by James E. McDonald, senior research civil engineer in the Structures Laboratory, U.S.Army Engineer Research and Development Center, Vicksburg, MS, this article discusses "the erosion damage of the hydraulic structures owned and operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

Geosynthetics in Geotechnical and Hydraulic engineering
[Retrieved January 18, 2010

This article discusses the use of geosynthetic applications based on technical and economical advantages in coastal protection, agricultural waterway engineering, waterway engineering, railway construction, road and tunnel construction, waste management, as well as on the construction of dams and covering tailings.

Hydraulic Design and Hydraulic Engineering
[Retrieved January 21, 2010

This page contains information about the projects and researches of the Federal Highway Administration of the United States Department of Transportation which provides guidance and training to the bridge and roadway design communities through Hydraulic Engineering Circular series.

Hydraulic Engineering in the 21st Century: Where to? 
[Retrieved January 18, 2010

From the Journal of Hydraulic Research, this article illustrates the writer's "strong belief that the future of hydraulic engineering lies upon a combination of innovative engineering, research excellence and higher education of quality

International Association of Hydro-Environment Engineering and Research (IAHR)
[Retrieved January 18, 2010

This is the homepage of the International Association of Hydro-Environment Engineering and Research which "particularly promotes the advancement and exchange of knowledge through working groups, specialty symposia, congresses, and publications on water resources, river and coastal hydraulics, risk analysis, energy, environment, disaster prevention, industrial processes.

National University of Singapore Department of Civil Engineering
[Retrieved January 21, 2010

This homepage of the National University of Singapore, Department of Civil Engineering provides definition of Hydraulic Engineering and presents some images of the reservoirs and dams constructed.

Royal Haskoning Cutting-Edge Hydraulic Engineering
[Retrieved January 21, 2010

This page from the Royal Haskoning Innovation Centre introduces the cutting-edge hydraulic engineering innovative researches and projects in finding new contractual solutions to answer today's major challenges in a rapidly changing climate and a demanding modern society.

Vertical News - Engineering
[Retrieved January 21, 2010

This page from Vertical News contains articles on Hydraulic Engineering researches.


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