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Author: V.P. Singh
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Dams are constructed for economic development, and their construction involves large investments of money, and natural and human resources. Of the various types of dams constructed around the globe, earth dams are the most common type and constitute the vast majority of dams. When adam fails, it culminates in the sudden release of artificially stored water which, in turn, becomes a potential menace to virtually everything downstream. The dam failure may result in loss of life and property. In recent years, instances of dam failure in the world have been too many, and the resulting loss too high. As a result, dam safety pro grams have been developed in most countries of the world since the beginning of the nineteenth eighties. · Earth dams are more susceptible to failure than other types. The cause of failure is often either overtopping or piping. The modeling of dam breaching due to either or both of these causes is of fundamental importance to development of dam-safety programs. This book is, therefore, an attempt to present some aspects of earth-dam breach modeling technology. It is hoped that others will be stimulated to write more comprehensive texts on this subject of growing interest and importance. The book is divided into eight chapters. The first chapter is introductory and discusses some aspects of dams and dam failures in the world.
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Author: T Braun
Publisher: World Scientific
This volume contains very carefully compiled material presenting bibliographic descriptions of approximately 3500 papers, with a computer-generated index on authors, subject headings, corporate addresses and journals. There are many on-line services available on fullerenes, but they serve mainly current-awareness functions; none of them is selectively complete and carefully indexed and none can replace a complete retrospective bibliography, which most researchers in the field would want to have on hand in their laboratories and offices. Contents:ForewordA Brief User's Guide to the Bibliography and the IndexesBibliographyAuthor IndexGeographical and Corporate IndexPartially Permuted Title Word IndexA Collection of Statistical Tables and Charts Readership: Materials scientists, condensed matter scientists, engineers and chemists. keywords:Fullerene;Buckminster;Endohedral;Cage;Cluster;C60;C70;Cx;Nanotube;Superconductivity;AxC60;C-C;Nanostructure;Pi-Electrons;Isomers;Symmetry “To assess the comprehensiveness of the work would be perhaps a larger project than its compilation, but one hopeful indicator is that it even includes book reviews. Continuations are planned.” Science “It is hoped that the compilations will continue because they are of great interest to all participating in or even just entering fullerene research as well as to scholars of trends and fashions in scientific research. This is a beautifully produced volume, a visually pleasing addition to the Series whose inaugural volume has already been reviewed in these pages.” The Chemical Intelligencer