UNSTEADY FLOW COMPUTATION FOR PLANNING FLOOD CONTROL PROJECTS.

S. Bognar, L. Somlyódy

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Abstract

Based on improved numerical methods, a program was developed for microcomputers to calculate the unsteady river flow. The application of this software allows to determine design flood levels for different water projects and to evaluate alternative projects for a given purpose. The software outlined here and others similar in character are expected to have a growing interest in hydrological practice in the future. The major reasons are the extremely fast propagation of microcomputers outside the scienfitic world, the friendly nature of such machines and economic efficiency.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
PublisherComputational Mechanics Cent
ISBN (Print)0905451333
Publication statusPublished - 1985

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Flood control
Unsteady flow
Microcomputers
Planning
Numerical methods
Rivers
Economics
Water

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Engineering(all)

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Bognar, S., & Somlyódy, L. (1985). UNSTEADY FLOW COMPUTATION FOR PLANNING FLOOD CONTROL PROJECTS. In Unknown Host Publication Title Computational Mechanics Cent.

UNSTEADY FLOW COMPUTATION FOR PLANNING FLOOD CONTROL PROJECTS. / Bognar, S.; Somlyódy, L.

Unknown Host Publication Title. Computational Mechanics Cent, 1985.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Bognar, S & Somlyódy, L 1985, UNSTEADY FLOW COMPUTATION FOR PLANNING FLOOD CONTROL PROJECTS. in Unknown Host Publication Title. Computational Mechanics Cent.
Bognar S, Somlyódy L. UNSTEADY FLOW COMPUTATION FOR PLANNING FLOOD CONTROL PROJECTS. In Unknown Host Publication Title. Computational Mechanics Cent. 1985
Bognar, S. ; Somlyódy, L. / UNSTEADY FLOW COMPUTATION FOR PLANNING FLOOD CONTROL PROJECTS. Unknown Host Publication Title. Computational Mechanics Cent, 1985.
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