Advances in Hydroscience, Volume 7 covers topics on the progress in the field of hydroscience.
The book presents articles on the theoretical characteristics of water gravity waves generated by explosions; the dynamics of glaciers, including progress in field techniques and ice rheology; and the dispersion in porous media. The text also includes articles on seepage through dams, as well as the concept of hydrobionics and the examples of biological flows which can lead to useful engineering applications.
Oceanic engineers, coastal engineers, hydrologists, hydraulicians, hydraulic engineers, and bioengineers will find the book invaluable.
Foreword List of Contributors Theory of Explosion-Generated Water Waves I. Introduction II. Wave Generation III. Propagation of Explosion-Generated Waves in Nonuniform Depth IV. Near-Shore Phenomena V. Harbor and Bay Oscillation VI. General Conclusions References The Glacier Theory I. Introduction II. Field Measurements III. The Ice Flow Law IV. General Assumptions and Equations V. Body Strains and Stresses VI. Glacier Sliding VII. Fluctuation of Glaciers References Dispersion in Porous Media I. Introduction II. Description of Dispersion III. Molecular Diffusion IV. Conceptual Representations of Dispersion V. Experimental Studies of Dispersion in Homogeneous Media VI. Dispersion in Stratified and Heterogeneous Media VII. Treatment of Real Problems VIII. Analytical and Numerical Methods of Resolution of the Dispersion Equation IX. Experimental Techniques References General References Seepage Through Dams I. Introduction II. Development of the Seepage Theory in Dam Building—A Short Historical Account III. Basic Types of Seepage Flow Occurring in Dams, in Their Foundations and around Abutments IV. Main Seepage Problems in Dam Building V. Fundamentals of the Theory of Seepage in Soil VI. Steady Seepage beneath Concrete Dams (A Two-Dimensional Problem) VII. Steady Seepage through Earth Dams (A Two-Dimensional Problem) VIII. Seepage around Concrete Abutments of the Dams (A Two-Dimensional Problem) IX. Seepage Forces X. Pavlosky's Experimental Electric Analog Method for Seepage Studies References Hydrobionics—A Perspective on Technological Implications of Biological Flows I. Introduction II. The Role of Flows in Living Systems III. A Systematic Framework IV. Conclusions References Author Index Subject Index Conten
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