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The library > Geophysical Hydraulics > Fluvial hydraulics
Skimming flow on a flat stepped storm waterway



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The library > Methods in Hydraulics > Fluid mechanics
Experimental results of vortex downstream of a wing



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The library > Methods in Hydraulics > Fluid mechanics
Numerical results of vortex downstream of a wing



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The library > Applied Hydraulics > Urban drainage
Storm and flood at Norman Creek, Brisbane (Australia) on 7 November 2004



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The library > Geophysical Hydraulics > Maritime hydraulics
Irago peninsula- Japan (4)



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The library > Applied Hydraulics > Hydraulic structures
Hong Kong - Stepped storm water way



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The library > Applied Hydraulics
Hydraulic machinery and systems



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The library > Applied Hydraulics
Water resources management



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