The objective of this research study was the review of selected computer
programs in the field of water resources with the aim of assisting in the
application of these programs by potential users. Research and design efforts
in this field have resulted in the development of many computer programs.
Some of these are of primary interest to those in the research phase of water
resources. Others may be initially of interest to research people but will be
used for design purposes as information on and confidence in the programs develop.
Other programs are based on well known procedures and as a result have
immediate application to design problems. The second and third types of programs
are of primary interest in this report, but some programs of all three
groups have been included.
Chu, Chung Sang; Bowers, C. Edward.
Computer Programs in Water Resources: Scope and Availability.
St. Anthony Falls Hydraulic Laboratory.
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