Computations on non-steady bedload-transport by a pseudo-viscosity method
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Published by Hydraulics Laboratory in Delft .
Written in English

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  • Bed load -- Mathematical models.

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Edition Notes

Statementby C. B. Vreugdenhil [and] M. De Vries.
SeriesDelft Hydraulics Laboratory, Publication no. 45, Publication (Waterloopkundig Laboratorium (Delft, Netherlands)) ;, no. 45.
ContributionsVries, M. de 1930-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTC160 .D417 no. 45, TC177 .D417 no. 45
The Physical Object
Pagination7 l.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4482333M
LC Control Number79310843

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