Designed for all members of the hydropower community, this timely handbook addresses a broad cross section of engineering topics, relates them directly to hydropower development, and details relevant sources of information for each topic.
Hydropower Engineering Handbook is organized around an interdisciplinary "team approach" to successful hydropower development. It gives mechanical and civil engineers, as well as environmental scientists, in-depth overviews of essential hydropower processes and technologies. Readers can find pertinent information and data outside their particular disciplines, allowing them to make more effective contributions to their ongoing hydropower projects.
Gulliver, John S.; Arndt, Roger E.A..
Hydropower Engineering Handbook.
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