Experimental Study of Warm Water Flow into Impoundments Part II: Temperature and Velocity Instrumentation and Data Processing for the Three-Dimensional Flow Experiments

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Experimental Study of Warm Water Flow into Impoundments Part II: Temperature and Velocity Instrumentation and Data Processing for the Three-Dimensional Flow Experiments

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1968-12

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St. Anthony Falls Laboratory

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Experimental investigations of thermal pollution problems in three dimensional hydraulic models pose some difficult instrumentation problems, The following is a description of instruments and procedures used at the St. Anthony Falls Hydraulic Laboratory, University of Minnesota, during a study of cooling water flow from a canal into an impoundment.

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Department of the Interior Federal Water Pollution Control Administration

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Schiebe, Frank R.; Stefan, Heinz G.; Hayakawa, Norio. (1968). Experimental Study of Warm Water Flow into Impoundments Part II: Temperature and Velocity Instrumentation and Data Processing for the Three-Dimensional Flow Experiments. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy, https://hdl.handle.net/11299/108306.

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