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scour

prolonged diarrhoea in livestock, esp cattle

scour

[′skau̇·ər]
(geology)

scour

The erosion of a concrete surface, exposing the aggregate.
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Local scour around the spur dike foundations failure spur dikes.
This research aims to develop an integrated web-based management system that provides the real time bridge scour information through combining Global Position System (GPS) and Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) technologies to monitor the bridges.
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Material covered in this course is primarily drawn from two Hydraulic Engineering Circulars (HEC) published by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA): Evaluating Scour at Bridges, [5.
A contract to provide scour protection has been awarded to the Dutch company Tideway BV, which will operate out of the port of Barrow in Cumbria, and will use rock sourced from the north west of England.
I read with interest all the letters about eggs for scours in livestock, and was reminded of Storey's Guide to Raising Dairy Goats (available from the Countryside Bookstore, 1-800-551-5691) and their scour and electrolyte recipes.
Local scour is the removal of sediments from stream beds around or near structures located in flowing water.
Scour is the erosion of foundation soils around or under bridge abutments and piers > caused by water action.
International Conference on Scour and Erosion (5th: 2010: San Francisco, California) Ed.
Summary: Victims of Greece's economic crisis scour rubbish bins in order to survive hard times.
Scraping the soil is commonly used to scour soil from the surfaces of a number of soil engaging components of various machines and tools.
Officers used a boat to scour the river between Chester-le-Street, County Durham and Sunderland.