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Paradigm shift for sediment management
18 June, 2019
Sameh A. Kantoush and Tetsuya Sumi from Kyoto University in Japan assess how sediment management can be improved basin wide

Storming ahead
02 March, 2010
Rainpower has developed its own Francis turbines using a parametric approach and is further expanding the range while also preparing to launch new Pelton designs. Report by Patrick Reynolds

Digging to the roots - the theory behind hydraulic turbines and pumps
13 August, 2008
Hungarian mathematician and mechanical engineer, Dr Arpad A Fay had his first international paper published in IWP&DC in April 1970. In August 2008, Dr Fay is 75 years old. Here he recounts his vast experience of researching the theory behind hydraulic turbines and pumps

The effects of surface roughness
15 May, 2007
P Krishnamachar and Arpad Fay investigate the effect of surface roughness on losses and performance of hydraulic turbines

On course for success
20 January, 2005
Efrossini C. Kalkani, Iris K. Boussiakou, and Leda G. Boussiakou analyse the procedures that educational theories suggest for classroom learning, and apply these procedures in restructuring a civil engineering course in Hydraulic Structures and Dams for an international audience

Large, low head hydro rehab
04 June, 2002
Severe runner blade cracking problems initiated a turbine refurbishment programme at Rocky Reach hydro power project in the US

Intelligent cavitation diagnostics and monitoring
15 May, 2001
A detailed insight into cavitation processes in turbines is possible through a new multi-dimensional technique. The method is useful in all phases of the turbine’s life and provides a sound base for a rational but reliable maintenance scheme. Branko Bajic reports

An encroachment on hydro
11 May, 2000
By 2020 more than one in five Indian reservoirs will have lost 50% of their storage capacity due to sedimentation. Drawing on his experience in India, B S K Naidu gives an insight into this growing phenomenon and its implications for reservoir and hydro power plant management

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