Presents fundamental principles and applications of river engineering, stressing the close interrelation between river engineering and fluvial processes The author integrates river engineering principles with river hydraulics and fluvial geomorphology, providing engineers interested in water supply, channel design, bridge design, flood control, river regulation, irrigation, navigation improvement, and environmental science with a comprehensive, system perspective Specific topics covered include river flow, river channel formation, the physical characteristics of rivers, responses of rivers to natural and man made changes, and analytical methods of design and evaluation....
|Title||:||Fluvial Processes in River Engineering|
|Publisher||:||Wiley Interscience 1 edition February 8, 1988|
|Number of Pages||:||432 pages|
|File Size||:||767 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Fluvial Processes in River Engineering Reviews
Great book. Allowed me to work (design/engineer/understand fluvial geomorphology) on these projects and work with Dr Chang
Fluvial Processes in River Engineering starts with a broad view of geomorphology as applied to river engineering.
It's undeniable that this book is a MUST for a sedimentation engineering practitioner...