Probable maximum flood (PMF): basic information and problems with the procedure used for its calculation in Russia
A procedure is proposed for enhancement of the hydrologic safety of entities in the tail races of dams.
KeywordsMaximum Flow Rate Spring Flood Angola Liquid Precipitation Probable Maximum Precipitation
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