SDSU Faculty Profile - Dr. Victor Miguel Ponce - Learning Hydraulics - Water surface profiles - Manning's n pictorial - Online computations - Amazon tidal bore
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  1. 41201.  HEC-RAS RM02
  2. 41202.  HEC-RAS RM06
  3. 41203.  HEC-RAS UM03
  4. 41204.  HEC-RAS UM04



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  1. 41301.  Cuál es la profundidad relativa para alcanzar el caudal máximo en una alcantarilla circular?

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  1. 41401.  Metodologías de Investigación, CIP/CDA, Peru (2006)
  2. 41402.  Hidráulica Computacional, UNALM, Peru (2006)
  3. 41403.  Hidráulica Computacional - Primer Congreso Nacional del Agua, Perú (2009)
  4. 41404.  Hidráulica en Línea - Primer Congreso Nacional del Agua, Perú (2009)
  5. 41405.  Web-based computation in hydraulics and hydrology - Università degli studi di Salerno (Italy) (2009)
  6. 41406.  Agua 2012 - Laboratorio Nacional de Hidráulica, Perú August (2012)
  7. 41407.  Flujo no Permanente en Canales Abiertos - Laboratorio Nacional de Hidráulica, Perú 10 June (2013)
  8. 41408.  Ingeniería Hidráulica en Línea - Laboratorio Nacional de Hidráulica, Perú 10 June (2013)
  9. 41409.  Ingeniería de Sedimentos - IV Congreso Nacional del Agua, Perú 11-12 June (2013)
  10. 41410.  Conferencia Magistral - IV Congreso Nacional del Agua, Lima, Peru 13-14 Junio (2013)




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1.  A view of Camp Creek, in central Oregon, developed in the late 1800's due to overgrazing of the meadow. Since 1968, exclusion of livestock managed by the BLM has led to the buildup of the streambed, which continues to date. Top photo was taken in 1989; bottom photo was taken in 2004. Channel bed aggradation in the past 15 years is estimated to be about 2-3 ft.

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2.  A view of Camp Creek, in central Oregon, developed in the late 1800's due to overgrazing of the meadow. Since 1968, exclusion of livestock managed by the BLM has led to the buildup of the streambed, which continues to date. Top photo was taken in 1989; bottom photo was taken in 2004. Channel bed aggradation in the past 15 years is estimated to be about 2-3 ft.