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The "Bosquet des Rocailles" cascade, Château de Versailles - France 1998



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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 > Experimental methods and physical methods
Dam break wave down a flat stepped storm waterway



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The library > Applied Hydraulics > Hydraulic structures
Example of Stepped Chute



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The library > Geophysical Hydraulics > Fluvial hydraulics
B-jump of aerated inflow in stepped channel with a horizontal portion



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The library > Geophysical Hydraulics > Fluvial hydraulics
Stepped channel in Ushibuse river



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The library > Geophysical Hydraulics > Fluvial hydraulics
Stepped channel with 2.5 m drop, 10 cm step height, and 50 cm wide



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The library > Geophysical Hydraulics > Fluvial hydraulics
Stepped chute due to stones in Ushibuse river



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The library > Geophysical Hydraulics > Fluvial hydraulics
Stepped flow with 2.8 m drop, 40 cm step height, and 80 cm wide



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The library > Applied Hydraulics > Hydraulic structures
Ancient sabo works near Matsumoto



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