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Journal of Hydraulic Research

Journal of Hydraulic Research

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  Journal of Hydraulic Research

Journal of Hydraulic Research is currently abstracted and indexed in: Aquatic Sciences and Fisheries Abstracts (AFSSA); Cambridge Scientific; Compendex or El Compendex; Current Contents ®; Environmental Sciences & Pollution; Pascal (Fr); Fluidex; GEOBASE; Mechanical Engineering Abstracts; Science Citation Index ®; and Water Resources Abstracts.

The Journal contains scientific and technical material of broader interest in the areas of theoretical, experimental and computational hydraulics and fluid mechanics in various fields of application (rivers, coasts, environment, structures and industrial flows). This may also include results of field studies and interdisciplinary studies. Further included is publication of state-of-the-art papers, information which is suitable for the end-user (design and consultancy) and forum articles. Discussions to papers and technical notes are welcomed. The scope of the Journal covers the fields in which IAHR is active.
 
The Journal of Hydraulic Research has been published (currently six issues per year) since 1964 and is distributed to all IAHR Members as part of the Membership Subscription, together with the IAHR HydroLink magazine. JHR is published in print and electronic format. From 2010 JHR is published by Taylor & Francis on behalf of IAHR. Please visit the journal's webpage to find out more about JHR, the latest news and offers, and for submission information.


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Editor

Mohamed Ghidaoui

Prof. Mohamed Ghidaoui

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Hong Kong, China

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