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Year 2016 - Issue 1 Hydraulic Laboratories Special
Editorial
President’s Annual Message

Deep Impact: The Future Of Physical Modelling By David Todd, James Sutherland, John Harris & Richard Whitehouse
Northwest Hydraulic Consultants By Brian R. Hughes
Advances In Physical Modeling Of Mobile Bed Systems At Alden During The Past 15 Years By Daniel Gessler
The Hydraulics Laboratory At Colorado State University By Robert Ettema & Steven R. Abt
HSL – A Premier Laboratory For State, Regional And Global Research In Hydraulics And Sedimentation Engineering By Thanos Papanicolaou, Achilleas Tsakiris, Christopher Wilson & Benjamin Abban
LEGI: Fundamental Fluid Mechanics For The Benefit Of The Environment And Industry By Joël Sommeria, Thierry Maitre & Jean-Pierre Franc
Ocean-Structure-Seabed Modelling In Uwa’s Recirculating ‘O-Tube’ Flumes By L. Cheng, S. Draper, H. An & D.J. White
Large-Scale Tsunami Physical Simulator By Naoto Kihara
A Large Scale Synchronous Velocity Measuring System Based On The Ptv Technology By Jun Zheng, Mingxuan Ren, Xihua Wang And Zhaosong Qu
The Rødsand Laboratory By Ulrik Lumborg
The Coastal Engineering Laboratory (Lic) Of The Technical University Of Bari – Italy By Michele Mossa

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