Mass transport in laboratory water wave flumes by Tae In Kim

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  • Water waves.

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Statementby Tae In Kim.
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Pagination[16], 178 leaves, bound :
Number of Pages178
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Effect of Passive Surface Water Flux Meter Design on Water and Solute Mass Flux Estimates This paper extends PSFM development by evaluating and comparing two PSFM designs in laboratory flumes, as well as reporting on initial steady-state field testing.

Parametric Study of One-Dimensional Solute Transport in Deformable Porous ://(ASCE)HE The scheme has been tested in the laboratory on a scale and on a scale model turbine.

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