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Proceedings of the 29th IAHR World Congress (Beijing, 2001)

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  • ISBN: 7-302-04676-X
  • Publisher: Tsinghua University Press
  • Editor(s): Guifen Li
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The XXIX IAHR Congress was held at the Beijing International Convention Center (BICC) in Beijing, September 16-21, 2001. The central theme of the Congress is: 21st Century: The New Era for Hydraulic Research and Its Applications

The central theme was broken down into the following subthemes:

More than 600 papers were presented in 93 sessions during the five days of the Congress. At the Congress two general reports, four keynote lectures and a number of invited lectures were given by leading scientists.

ID Title Authors Year
23223 Applications of Overtopping Risk Analysis for the Earth Dam of Flood Control Reservoir
Chen Zhaohe; Sun Ying; Li Qijun
23224 Assessing the Effects of Infiltration and Storm-Water Detention Facilities in an Urban Watershed Using a Distributed Hydrological Model
Y. Jia; G. Ni; T. Kinouchi; J. Yoshitani; Y. Kawahara; T. Suetsugi
23225 Bank Failure Damage and Harnessing of Middle and Lower Reaches of Yangtze River
Xia Xi-He; Lu Cai-Xia
23226 Combined Use of 1-D and 2-D Models for Simulating Dam Break Waves
A. Paquier
23227 Comparison Between Experimental and Numerical Results of 2D Flows Due to Levee-Breaking
F. Aureli; P. Mignosa
23228 Considerations on Deterministic Analysis Model of Seepage Flow in Earth-Rock Dam
Gu Chongshi; Zhang Qianfei
23229 Coupled Fluid Flow and Elasto-Plastic Deformation Model of Rock Masses with Finite-Length Joints and Its Approach in Xiluodu Hydro Project
Sheng Jinchang; Su Baoyu; Zhao Jian
23230 Dam Break Analysis of Evinos Earth Dam: Forecasting the Characteristics of the Downstream Flood Wave
N. E. Kotsovinos; D. Andreakou; P. B. Angelidis
23231 Dam Break Wave with Energy Dissipation: Two Case Studies
H. Chanson; S. Aoki
23232 Dam-Break Flow Analysis by Implicit Eno Scheme
Won Kim; Kun-Yeun Han

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