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Editorial

Li Zhou

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Abstract: Ice Engineering is associated with how to solve challenges from different kinds of ice, such as, sea ice, river ice, lake ice, icing, and snow in cold regions. The aim is to design special structures which could resist structural and global impact from drifting ic...
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Mohammad Athar, Talib Mansoor, Nishank Aggarwal

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Abstract: Spur dykes also known as Groynes are often used to either divert or attract the flow from the main structure to safeguard their life. Those structures may be bridge piers, abutments or any similar hydraulics structures. Spur dykes are also used to save the cutting of banks on conc...
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Shilpa Yakkerimath, Sanjaykumar Divekar, Chidanand Patil, Amruth A, Purandara Bekal

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Abstract: Surface water samples were collected from selected locations along river Panchaganga, from Kolhapur to Narsobawadi during April 2019. Physicochemical parameters were determined in the laboratory and chemical mass balance approach was adopted to estimate the individual ionic loads ...
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Femi Cocker, Eric A. Alamou, Bernadin M. Elegbede, Ismaïla I. Toko

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Abstract: This study is based on the hypothesis that the implementation of Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) tools in the Oueme watershed has not led to a systematic improvement in the degree of IWRM implementation in the Oueme Valley in Benin. Methodologically, data were collected through a sem...
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Mohammad Athar, M.K. Sabiree, H. Athar

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Abstract: Lots of work regarding the scour around bridge piers in straight channel have been done in the past by many researchers. Many factors which affect scour around piers such as shape of piers, size, positioning and orientation etc. have been studied in detail by them....
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