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  1. Climate Change and the Coast

    Building Resilient Communities

    Edited by Bruce Glavovic, Mick Kelly, Robert Kay, Ailbhe Travers

    Coastal communities are at the frontline of a changing climate. Escalating problems created by sea-level rise, a greater number of severe coastal storms, and other repercussions of climate change will exacerbate already pervasive impacts resulting from rapid coastal population growth and...

    To Be Published February 11th 2015 by CRC Press

  2. Urban Pluvial and Coincidental Flooding

    Edited by Čedo Maksimovic, Adrian Saul

    Series: Urban Water Series

    Pluvial flooding is defined as flooding that results from rainfall-generated overland flow, before the runoff enters any watercourse or sewer. It is usually associated with high intensity rainfall events (typically >30mm/h) but can also occur with lower intensity rainfall or melting snow...

    To Be Published May 31st 2015 by CRC Press

  3. Experimental Hydraulics: Methods, Instrumentation, Data Processing and Management

    Edited by Marian Muste, Jochen Aberle, Colin Rennie, Robert Ettema

    Series: IAHR Monographs

    A practical guide for the design of laboratory and field experiments, selection of appropriate instrumentation and experimental methodologies, as well as for conducting and analyzing experimental studies. Providing an end-to-end guidance to support experimentalists in the design and...

    To Be Published August 14th 2015 by CRC Press

  4. Energy Dissipation in Hydraulic Structures

    Edited by Hubert Chanson

    Series: IAHR Monographs

    In hydraulic engineering numerous devices like stilling basins, baffled aprons, and vortex shafts are known under the collective term of energy dissipators. Their purpose is to dissipate hydraulic energy, i.e. to convert this energy mainly into heat. Dissipators are used in places where the excess...

    To Be Published August 14th 2015 by CRC Press

  5. Non-destructive Techniques for the Reverse Engineering of Structures and Infrastructure

    Edited by Belén Riveiro, Mercedes Solla

    Series: Structures and Infrastructures

    Non-destructive technologies have gained popularity in recent years related to the tasks involving characterization and diagnosis of constructions. The application of geomatics in construction engineering arises from the necessity of using real geometry in several phases of the construction and...

    To Be Published December 31st 2015 by CRC Press

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