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In this chapter, we present a brief discussion on the flows in a channel connecting two reservoirs, air entrainment, flow through culverts, and flow measurement. Most of this discussion involves application of the material presented in the previous chapters.

Keywords

Channel Discharge Hydraulic Jump Bottom Slope Reservoir Level Critical Depth 
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