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hydraulic engineering

[hī′drȯ·lik ‚en·jə′nir·iŋ]
(civil engineering)
A branch of civil engineering concerned with the design, erection, and construction of sewage disposal plants, waterworks, dams, water-operated power plants, and such.
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Hydraulic engineers Roger Kuhnle and Daniel Wren of the ARS National Sedimentation Laboratory and collaborators are using acoustics and automated sampling to assess how sediment impacts waterways and dams.
Winders began his career with the Corps in 2009 as a hydraulic engineer in the hydraulics branch of Engineering and Construction Division.
Wosnik, with Senior Hydraulic Engineer Andrew Johansson, right, explains how the model works.
"The Mississippi dam failure drives home the point that dams are a vital part of our nation's infrastructure, like roads, bridges, and sewage-treatment plants," says ARS hydraulic engineer Gregory J.
Hanson's colleague, ARS hydraulic engineer Kerry M.
Address : Office of: Deputy Hydraulic Engineer (Maint),
Hydraulic Engineer, (Bhandup complex) at the address below on payment of quotation price at any of the Citizens Facilitation Center (CFC) at 24 wards & major hospitals in city, on week days except 2nd & 4th Saturday up to previous day of due date of quotation.
To measure erodibility of soil materials in constructed embankments, earthen spillways, and stream channels, hydraulic engineers developed a tool called a Jet Erosion Test, or JET.
Police are appealing for help to catch the criminals, who took more than a tonne of stainless steel blocks from the premises of Hystat Systems, hydraulic engineers of New Street, Slaithwaite.
As Governor Curley's army of "Woodpeckers"--advance men for bulldozers, hydraulic engineers, and dam builders--invades the valley, the mystery of the compliant town fathers' silence in the face of the loss of their ancestral homes deepens.
Dimkic (hydraulic engineering, Jaroslav Cerni Institute, Belgrade), Brauch (chemistry, Analytical Department of TZW, Germany) and Kavanaugh (chemical and environmental engineering, Malcolm Pirnie, Inc.) have edited this textbook on groundwater management, showing chemical and hydraulic engineers and planners how to obtain the right technical tools for maintenance, assessment, restoration and treatment.

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