Presenter Information

K. Warren Frizell

Location

Utah State University, Logan, Utah, USA

DOI

doi:10.15142/T3K010

Start Date

17-6-2012 12:00 AM

End Date

20-6-2012 12:00 AM

Description

ABSTRACT: Recollections of a thirty-five-year career at the hydraulic laboratory of the Bureau of Reclamation are presented within the context of using all the tools at your disposal to reach the best possible answer to your research questions. Cavitation in hydraulic structures will be the main topic used to illustrate this premise, using historic examples and current research to demonstrate study approaches, testing techniques, and applied solutions to real world problems.

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Cavitation In Hydraulic Structures-Bridging the Gap Between the Laboratory and the Real World

Utah State University, Logan, Utah, USA

ABSTRACT: Recollections of a thirty-five-year career at the hydraulic laboratory of the Bureau of Reclamation are presented within the context of using all the tools at your disposal to reach the best possible answer to your research questions. Cavitation in hydraulic structures will be the main topic used to illustrate this premise, using historic examples and current research to demonstrate study approaches, testing techniques, and applied solutions to real world problems.

 

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