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HYDRAULICS AND HYDROLOGY

A collection of papers


Victor M. Ponce

2019 November 03


1.  HYDROMECHANICS
1.1  Chow, Froude, and Vedernikov   
1.2  The control or roll waves in channelized rivers
1.3  The inherently stable channel with online computation
1.4  The dynamic hydraulic diffusivity reexamined
1.5  Design of a stable channel with a steep slope using the exponent of the rating curve
2.  UNSTEADY FLOW
2.1  The S-curve explained   
2.2  Runoff diffusion reexamined   
2.3  [When to use] Unsteady flow with HEC-RAS   
3.  HYDRAULICS
3.1  Design of channel transitions
3.2  The limiting contraction ratio revisited
3.3  Comparison of sharp-crested weirs for discharge measurement
3.4  Gradually varied flow profiles using critical slope and online calculation
4.  HYDROLOGIC ABSTRACTIONS
4.1  Conversation with Vic Mockus
4.2  Initial abstraction revisited
5.  EVAPOTRANSPIRATION
5.1  The psychrometric constant   
5.2  The Penman-Montieth method
5.3  Evapotranspiration using the Shuttleworth-Wallace formula
6.  UNIT HYDROGRAPH
6.1  Synthetic unit hydrographs explained
6.2  A general dimensionless unit hydrograph
6.3  Cascade and convolution: One and the same
6.4  Comparison of two types of Clark unit hydrographs
7.  FLOOD ROUTING
7.1  The Pfasftetter coding system  
7.2  The Thomas problem calculated online
7.3  Muskingum-Cunge amplitude and phase portraits with online computation
7.4  Analytical verification of Muskingum-Cunge flood routing method
8.  URBAN DRAINAGE
8.1  Q&A on the return period to be used for design
8.2  Creager and flood wave diffusion
9.  SEDIMENTATION ENGINEERING
9.1  Initiation of motion based on Froude number
9.2  Critical shear stress vs critical velocity
9.3  Effect of form friction on the sediment rating curve
9.4  Froude number for initiation of motion calculated online   
9.5  The Lane relation revisited, with online computation
9.6  The ford-bridge: Sustainable river crossings in arid regions   


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