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Journal of Hydraulic Research, Vol. 51, No. 3, 01 Jun 2013 is now available
This new issue contains the following articles:
 
Vision paper
Hydraulics of aerated flows: qui pro quo?
Hubert Chanson
 
Case study
Analysis of the discharge capacity of radial-gated spillways using CFD and ANN – Oliana Dam case study
Fernando Salazar, Rafael Morán, Riccardo Rossi & Eugenio Oñate
 
Research papers
Interparticle arrival time analysis of bubble distributions in a dropshaft and hydraulic jump
Carlo Gualtieri & Hubert Chanson
 
Experimental studies of air pocket movement in a pressurized spillway conduit
Ting Liu & James Yang
 
The effect of time–frequency discretization on the accuracy of the transmission line modelling of fluid transients
Pedro J. Lee, Huan-Feng Duan, John P. Vítkovský, Aaron Zecchin & Mohamed Ghidaoui
 
Modelling deltaic progradation constrained by a moving sediment source
Hsi-Heng Dai, Rocío Luz Fernandez, Gary Parker, Marcelo H. Garcia & Wonsuck Kim
 
Modelling sedimentation–consolidation in the framework of a one-dimensional two-phase flow model
Julien Chauchat, Sylvain Guillou, Damien Pham Van Bang & Kim Dan Nguyen
 
A cement-based method for fixing sand in laboratory channels
Mohsen Ebrahimi & Ana Maria Ferreira da Silva
 
Technical notes
Bottom roller characteristics in cavity of chute aerators
Wu Jianhua, Ma Fei & Xu Weilin
 
Non-intrusive detection of air–water surface roughness in self-aerated chute flows
Daniel B. Bung
 
Roll wave appearance in bentonite suspensions flowing down inclined planes
Aldo Tamburrino & Christian F. Ihle
 
Discussions and Closures
Discussion: Backwater effects of Jambor weir sillby M. GEBHARDT, U. PEROMMER, F. BELZNER and N. EISENHAUER, J. Hydraulic Res. 50(3), 2012, pp. 344-349.
Amir H. Azimi & Nallamuthu Rajaratnam
 
Closure to “Backwater effects of Jambor weir sill” by M. GEBHARDT, U. PFROMMER, F. BELZNER and N. EISENHAUER, J. Hydraulic Res. 50(3), 2012, pp. 344–349
Michael Gebhardt, Udo Pfrommer, Fabian Belzner & Norbert Eisenhauer
 
Book review
Fluid mechanics and the SPH method: theory and applications
Stefano Sibilla

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