Pressure Field over a Rigid Model of an Inflatable Dam
An inflatable dam is a flexible tube inflated by water or air fixed across a river for controlling the flow of water. Some of the advantages of this structure are that the crest height is easily altered and that the dam could be effortlessly resited if crop water requirement should so dictate (Woolridge 1981).
KeywordsSeparation Line Crop Water Requirement Rigid Model Downstream Face Crest Height
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