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|Main Title||Hydraulic Simulation in Instream Flow Studies: Theory and Techniques.|
|Author||Bovee, Ken D. ; Milhous, Robert ;|
|CORP Author||Fish and Wildlife Service, Fort Collins, CO. Cooperative Instream Flow Service Group.|
|Report Number||IFIP-5 ;FWS/OBS-78/33;|
|Stock Number||PB-287 015|
|Additional Subjects||Fishes ; Stream flow ; Hydraulic models ; Rivers ; Mathematical models ; Constraints ; Depth ; Substrates ; Theorems ; Site selection ; Manning formula ; Distribution(Property) ; Profiles ; Surfaces ; Uniform flow ; Velocity measurement ; Errors ; Predictions ; Drainage ; Flow meters ; Binomial density functions ; Equipment ; Field tests ; Boats ; Measuring instruments ; Computer programming ; Instream flow ; Habitats ; Listings|
Several types of techniques for the prediction of the stage-discharge relationship and the velocity distribution-discharge relationship are presented, along with general limitations and site imposed constraints pertaining to each type of simulation technique. Data requirements and precision specifications are provided, as well as guidelines for efficient data collection. The appendices include data collection procedures, methods for collecting hydraulic data in large rivers, the needed equipment, and information on several computer programs for hydraulic simulation.