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AbstractThe baffle factor is a parameter widely used to describe flow system characteristics. This indicator is very important in designing disinfection devices. For example, it is used to convert the plug flow time to the actual fluid residence time in the flow system of interest. Its accurate...
AbstractThe paper deals with the modelling of the undrained response of non-cohesive partially saturated soils subjected to triaxial compression. The model proposed is based on an incremental equation describing the pre-failure response of non-cohesive soils during shearing. The original model,...
AbstractAn assessment of operating conditions in a baffled fish passage with pool dimensions of 2.2 × 3.0 m, and 180° horizontally turning pools, was carried out using numerical computations and a site survey of water flow velocity distribution. Velocity was measured with a PMS electromagnetic...
AbstractThis paper presents the results of a numerical simulation of a slope deformation process. The landslide slope “Grabina” in Koronowo near Bydgoszcz (Poland) serves as an example. A slope profile located in the central part of the slope, between the main scarp and the toe of the landslide,...
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