Mathematical Modelling Software for River Management: ‘CARIMA’ and ‘CONDOR’ Systems
Engineers have always needed predictive simulation tools to assess the consequences of hydraulic projects before their implementation. Industrialisation added a new dimension to engineering problems: that of the transport and fate of pollutants in rivers and, more generally, water quality problems. Physical reality is extremely complex and engineers face a whole spectrum of river sizes: from small urban or rural streams to water courses several thousands kilometres in length.
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