Outlet Design and Construction
This chapter presents general design and construction considerations for outlets for dams, particularly emphasizing advanced concepts and methodology and design measures that will prevent malperformance. The presentations assume that the reader is fully acquainted with the fundamental theory that applies.
KeywordsHead Loss Hydraulic Jump Outlet Channel Floor Slab Slide Gate
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