Technical Reports
Below is a listing of IIHR’s technical reports. For copies of IIHR technical reports not available here, please contact Laura Myers.
Title 
Authors 
Date 

493  CFD Validation for Surface Combatant 5415 at Straightahead and 20 Degree Static Drift Conditions  S. Bhushan H. Yoon F. Stern E. Guilmineau M. Visonneau S. Toxopeus C. Simonsen S. Aram SE Kim G. Grigoropoulos 
February 2015  
492  Hydrologic Assessment of the Middle Raccoon River Watershed  October 2014  
491  Hydrologic Assessment of the Soap Creek Watershed  October 2014  
490  Hydrologic Assessment of the Chequest Creek Watershed  August 2014  
489  Hydrologic Assessment of the Upper Cedar River Watershed  July 2014  
488  Hydrologic Assessment of the Turkey River Watershed  July 2014  
487  Experimental and Theoretical Investigation of Instabilities for Flow over a Bump in a Shallow Water Flume with Steady Downstream Wave Train  L. Gui H. Yoon F. Stern 
October 2014  
486  Hydrologic Impacts of Drainage Systems  K. Ranz N. Basu W. Simpkins M. Helmers O. Acar B. Scheler B. Sloan A. Morrison L. Weber R. Cruse 
June 2014  
485  Experimental Evaluation of the QLiner Measurement Performance

A. Craig M. Muste 
June, 2009  
476  Factors of Safety for Richardson Extrapolation  T. Xing F. Stern 

475  Development of SelfCleaning Box Culvert Designs  M. Muste R. Ettema HC. Ho S. Miyawaki 

474  Performance Measurements for Highway Winter Maintenance Operations  L. Qiu W.A. Nixon 

473  Evaluation of Design Flood Frequency Methods for Iowa Streams  A.A. Bradley Jr. L.L. Wehmeyer LC. Chen 

472  Investigation of Materials for the Reduction and Prevention of Corrosion on Highway Maintenance Equipment  W.A. Nixon J.Xiong 

471  Field Testing of Abrasive Delivery Systems in Winter Maintenance  W.A. Nixon  
470  Quantitative Mapping of Waterways Characteristics at Bridge Sites  M. Muste A. Hauet HC. Ho T. Nakato 

469  Factors of Safety for Richardson Extrapolation  T. Xing F. Stern 

468  Particulate an Ammonia Concentration Measurements from a Poultry Facility in Central Iowa  J.H. Prueger W.E. Eichinger B. Barnhardt P. Lewandowski R.L. Pfeiffer J.L. Hatfield 

467  Open Water/Wet Soil Evaporation From the Rio Grande River  W. Eichinger D.I. Cooper J.H. Prueger P. Lewandowski L.E. Hipps 

466  Factors of Safety for Richardson Extrapolation for Industrial Applications  T. Xing F. Stern 

465  Computational Hydrodynamic Tools for HighSpeed Sealift: Phase II Final Report  F. Stern P. Carrica M. Kandasamy S.K. Ooi J. Gorski J. O’Dea T. Fu D. Hendrix C. Kennell M. Hughes R. Miller T. Marino D. Hess D. Kring W. Milewski R. Hoffman S. Smith C. Cary P. Taylor B. Paterson D. Harris C. Monaco 

464  Freshwater Mussel Survey in Pool 16, the Mississippi River, Near Fairport, Iowa: R.M. 463.5–R.M. 464.1 Approximately  T. Nakato J. Christensen B. Schonhoff 

463  Evaluation of Using NonCorrosive Deicing Materials and Corrosion Reducing Treatments for Deicing Salts  W.A. Nixon G. Kochumman L. Qiu J. Qiu J. Xiong 

462  Fully 3D NonHydrostatic Model to Compute Flow, Sediment Transport, and Bed Morphology Changes for Alluvial OpenChannel Bends  J. Zeng G. Constantinescu L.J. Weber 

461  Numerical Investigations Using LES: Exploring Flow Physics and Mass Exchange Processes Near Groynes  A.W. McCoy G. Constantinescu L.J. Weber 

460  Living Snow Fences  W.A. Nixon M. Davison G. Kochumman 

459  Simulation Method for Particle Adhesion in Vehicle Cooling Systems  J.S. Marshall J. Mousel S. Li 

458  Measuring Evapotranspiration and Virtual Potential Heat Flux Using LiDAR  W. Eichinger J. Nichols D. Cooper L. Hipps H. Holder C. Neale J. Prueger 

457  Research Issues for Riverine Bank Stability Analysis in the 21st Century  T. Papnicolou  
456  Evaluation of the Existing Shallow Water Habitat Areas in the Upper Missouri River  T. Papnicolou M. Elhakeem 

455  A Sediment Composite Fingerprinting Tool: A FieldBased Quantification Method of the Sediment Origin Within a Water Environment—A Pilot Study  T. Papanicolou O. Abaci R. Theregowda 

454  Field Investigation of Hydraulic Structures Facilitation Fish Abundance and Passage Through Bridges in Western Iowa Streams  T. Papnicolou D. Dermisi 

453  A Hydrologic and Morphologic Analysis of the Black Lake, Alaska  T. Papnicolou M. Elhakeem J.T. Sanford 

452  Hydraulic and Geomorphic Controls on the Evolution of Cluster Bedforms in Gravelbed Streams  T. Papanicolou L.L. Ely 

451  Physical Hydraulic Model Studies of Croton Raw and Treated Water Pump Stations  T. Nakato  
450  HighResolution Numerical Simulations of LockExchange GravityDriven Flows  S.K. Ooi G. Constantinescu L.J. Weber 

449  An Illustrated Guide for Monitoring and Protecting Bridge Waterways Against Scour  R. Ettema T. Nakato M. Muste 

448  Development of a Computer Controlled Underbody Plow  W.A. Nixon G. Kochumman C. Novotny A. Kruger 

447  PhaseAverage Nominal Wake for Surface Combatant in Regular Head Waves  J. Longo J. Shao M. Irvine F. Stern 

446  Coralville Reservoir WaterQuality Project: Final Report, January 2005–December 2005  C. EspinosaVillegas C. Just T. Nakato J. Schnoor 

445  Investigation of Flow Physics of Pump Intake Flows Using Large Eddy Simulation  T.E. Tokyay S.G. Constantinescu 

444  An Unsteady SinglePhase Level Set Method for Viscous Free Surface Flows  P.M. Carrica R.V. Wilson F. Stern 

443  IIHRNCHC Collaborative Research Project—Integrated Computer Models for River Flow and Application to Tan Sui River Final Report  V.C. Patel M.A. Wilson 

442  Statistical Approach for Estimating Intervals of Certification or Biases of Facilities or Measurement Systems Including Uncertainties  F. Stern A. Olivieri J. Shao J. Longo T. Ratcliffe 

441  Froude Number and Effects and Froude Number 0.35 Wave Elevations and MeanVelocity Measurements for Bow and Shoulder Wave Breaking of Surface Combatant DTMB 5415  A. Olivieri F. Pistani R. Wilson L. Benedetti F. La Gala E.F. Campana F. Stern. 

440  Rivulet Dynamics with Variable Gravity and Wind Shear  J.S. Marshall R. Ettema 

439  Lake Almanor ColdWater Feasibility Study: Numerical Model  Y. Lai R. Ettema A.J. Odgaard M. Muste 

438  Lake Almanor ColdWater Feasibility Study: Hydraulic Model  R. Ettema M. Muste A.J. Odgaard Y. Lai 

437  Tracing Sediment Sources by Using Stable Carbon and Nitrogen Isotopes: An Exploratory Research  T. Papanicolaou J. Fox 

436  Comparison of Evaporation Estimation Methods for a Riparian Area  J. Nichols W. Eichinger D.I. Cooper J.H. Prueger L.E. Hipps C.M.U. Neale A.S. Bawazir 

435  Numerical Investigations of Turbulent Free Surface Flows Using Level Set Method and Large Eddy Simulation  W. Yue CL. Lin V.C. Patel 

434  Optimal Usage of DeIcing Chemicals When Scraping Ice  W.A. Nixon Y. Wei 

433  StreamFlow Measurements at Selected Gaging Stations in the Iowa and Des Moines River Basins  T. Nakato D. Houser 

432  GeneralPurpose Parallel Unsteady Rens Ship Hydrodynamics Code: CFDSHIPIOWA  E.G. Paterson R.V. Wilson F. Stern 

431  Streamflow Measurements at Selected Gaging Stations in the Iowa and Des Moines River Basins and Development of StageDischarge Relationships  T.Nakato  
430  Lake Evaporation Estimation in Arid Environments  W.E. Eichinger J. Nichols J.H. Prueger L.E. Hipps C.M.U. Neale D.I. Cooper A.S. Bawazir 

429  Development of Suction Scoops for MidAmerican Energy Company’s George Neal North Circulating Water Pump Intake Structures  T. Nakato  
428  Model Investigation of Sediment and Hydraulic Concerns for MidAmerican Energy Company’s New George Neal North Water Intake Structures  T. Nakato D. Meduna A. Yorozuya 

427  Verification of Probabilistic Streamflow Forecasts  T. Hashino A.A. Bradley S.S. Schwartz 

426  ScaleEffect Trends in Hydraulic Models of Flow at a Dike in a FlatBed Channel  R. Ettema M. Muste 

425  Hydrodynamic Model of Villalobos River  Y. Moralis L. Weber 

424  PIV/LDV Measurements of Mean Velocity and Turbulence in a Complex Open Channel Flow  BS. Hyun R. Balachandar K. Yu V.C. Patel 

423  Guidelines for Winter Maintenance on Thin Maintenance Overlays  W.A. Nixon  
422  Numerical Model Study of Berwick Harbor, Morgan City, La.  M. Spasojevic M. Muste 

421  Towing Tank Experiments of Resistance, Sinkage and Trim, Boundary Layer, Wake, and FreeSurface Flow Around a Naval Combatant INSEAN 2340 Model  A. Olivieri F. Pistani A. Avanzini F. Stern R. Penna 

420  A Guide for Selecting AntiIcing Chemicals: Version 1.0  W.A. Nixon A.D. Williams 

419  CFD Model of ThreeDimensional Flow in Practical WaterPump Intakes  S. Li Y. Lai J. Matos Silva V.C. Patel 

418  Local Remote Sensing of Rivers  J.D. Creutin  
417  ParticleTurbulence Interaction in SedimentLaden Flows: An Interpretation of Published Data, and Preliminary PTV Experiments  A. Khelifa R. Ettema M. Muste A. Kruger 

416  The Use of Abrasives in Winter Maintenance Final Report of Project TR 434  W.A. Nixon  
415  Deflection Booms for Debris Protection of Riverside Locations  S.K. Ooi R. Ettema M. Muste 

414  DebrisSkimming Booms for Riverside Water Intakes  O. Kubit R. Ettema 

413  LargeEddy Simulation of Turbulent Flow Over Rough Surfaces  J. Cui V.C. Patel C.L. Lin 

412  Numerical Simulations of the Fish Passage Facilities at Lower Granite Dam  J.C. Blank L.J. Weber 

411  Headloss Characteristics for Perforated Plates and Flat Bar Screens  L.J. Weber M.P. Cherian M.E. Allen M. Muste 

410  RiverSediment Control at Conesville Station on the Muskingum River, Ohio  M. Muste R. Ettema 

409  Nursery Bridge Fishway and Marie Dorian Dam  K. Nielsen L. Weber 

408  Hydraulic Model Study of Red Hills Generating Facility Circulating Water Pumps  T. Nakato D. De Jong V. Brosow 

407  Verification and Validation of CFD Simulations  F. Stern R.V. Wilson H.W. Coleman E.G. Paterson 

406  Summary of Experimental Uncertainty Assessment Methodology with Example  F. Stern M. Muste M.L. Beninanti W.E. Eichinger 

405  ThreeDimensional VortexBody Interaction in a Viscous Fluid  Jeff Marshall  
404  Flume Experiments on Flow and Sediment Transport in IceCovered Channels  R. Ettema F. Braileanu M. Muste 

403  Management of Longshore Sand Transport at Commonwealth Edison’s Waukegan Power Station, Lake Michigan  M.H. Bridges R. Ettema 

402  Hydraulic Model Study of WaterIntake Structures for Meizhou Wan Power Station, Fujian Province, The People’s Republic of China  T. Nakato D. De Jong 

401  Evaluation of VidPIV2.41 ImageProcessing Software and Extension of VidPIV2.41 Operation Manual  M. Muste A. Kruger Z. Xiong 

400  Yelm Hydroelectric Project: Physical Model Study of Stilling Basin for Spillway No. 3  K. Nielsen L. Weber 

399  Field Survey of BankErosion Sites Along the Upper Mississippi River Reach Between St. Paul, Minn., and Cairo, Ill.  T. Nakato J. Anderson 

398  A Review of International Literature of Design Practice and Experience with LowHead AlluvialChannel GradeControl Structures  T. Nakato  
397  Development of a Methodology to Identify Areas Subject to Commercial NavigationRelated Bank Erosion for the Upper Mississippi River/Illinois Waterway  T. Nakato M. Wilson S. Schroeder 

396  Characterization of Vortices in a Model PumpBay Using Particle Image Velocimetry  V.P. Rajendran V.C. Patel 

395  Application of Suction Scoops to Improve PumpApproach Flow Distributions in ThreePump Intake Bays: Hydraulic Model Studies of St. Louis County Water Company Meramec Plant Intakes 1 and 2  T. Nakato J. Goss 

394  Numerical Simulation of Flow in Pump Bays Using NearWall Turbulence Models  S.G. Constantinescu V.C. Patel 

393  Lower Granite Dam Surface Bypass and Collection (SBC): Physical Modeling of Behavioral Guidance Structure  K. Nielsen L. Weber 

392  The Potential of Friction as a Tool for Winter Maintenance  W.A. Nixon  
391  Numerical Simulation of NearField Mixing in IceCovered Channels  C.A. Tan R. Ettema S. Sinha 

390  Hydraulic Model Study of Union Electric’s Keokuk Dam Ogee Spillways  T. Nakato M.P. Cherian 

389  Subsurface Vortex Suppression in Water Intakes with MultiplePump Sumps  D. Bauer T. Nakato 

388  Field Measurements of Ice Scraping Loads on Front Mounted Plow Blades  W.A. Nixon Y. Wei A.E. Whelan 

387  Computational Fluid Dynamics Model for PumpBay Flow: Documentation and User Guide  G. Constantinescu V.C. Patel M. Ansar T. Nakato 

386  Cohesive Sediment Capability in CH3D Phases II and III: Formulation and Implementation  M. Spasojevic F.M. Holly Jr. 

385  Measurement of Ice Scraping Forces on SnowPlow Underbody Blades  W.A. Nixon J.D. Potter 

384  A Methodology for Automated Control of Sloping Canals  J. Parrish  
383  Development of a Model for the Ice Scraping Process  W.A. Nixon T.J. Gawronski A.E. Whelan 

382  A Polarized MultiDimensional DiscreteOrdinates Radiative Transfer Model for Remote Sensing Applications  J.L. Haferman T.F. Smith W.F. Krajewski 

381  CFDSHIPIOWA: Computational Fluid Dynamics Method for SurfaceShip Boundary Layers, Wakes, and Wave Fields  F. Stern E.G. Paterson Y. Tahara 

380  Ice Jam Dynamics  J.E. Zufelt R. Ettema 

379  RadarRainfall Estimation Studies for TRMM Ground Validation  W.F. Krajewski J.A. Smith V. Chandrasekar E.N. Anagnostou M.L. Baeck G.J. Ciach M. Crecu A. Kruger J.R. McCollum 

378  Numerical Modeling of Diversion Flows  V.S. Neary F. Sotiropoulos A.J. Odgaard 

377  The Interfacial Fracture Mechanics of Ice  A. Whelan W. Nixon 

376  A Study of IceCovered Flow in an Alluvial Bend  W.F. Tsai R. Ettema 

375  Evaluation of SurfaceShip Resistance and Propulsion ModelScale Database for CFD Validation  J. Longo F. Stern 

374  IceCover Influence on Flow and Bedload Transport in DuneBed Channels  B.T. Smith R. Ettema 

373  Estimation of Mean Velocity for Flow Under Ice Cover  M.J. Teal R. Ettema 

372  Simulation of Missouri River Bed Evolution From Fort Randall Dam to Gavins Point Dam  E.A. Meselhe F.M. Holly Jr. 

371  Diagnostic Hydrologic Studies of the Continental United States  A.K. Guetter K.P. Georgakakos D.R. Cayan 

370  A Hydraulic Model Study of Korea Electric Power Corporation’s Ulchin Nuclear Units 3 and 4 CirculatingWater and EssentialServiceWater Intake Structures  T. Nakato M. Weinberger F.L. Ogden 

369  Hydraulic Model Study of Stilling Basin Floor Blocks: Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s Pit 6 Dam  T. Nakato D. Houser 

368  Application of Optical Techniques Based on LaserDoppler Velocimetry in Flows With and Without Sediment  R.N. Parthasarathy M. Muste 

367  ThreeDimensional Numerical Simulation of MobileBed Hydrodynamics  M. Spasojevic F.M. Holly Jr. 

366  GISBased Procedures in Support of Flash Flood Guidance  T.M. Carpenter K.P. Georgakakos 

365  Field Measurements of Plow Loads During Ice Removal Operations  W.A. Nixon T.R. Frisbee 

364  Sensitivity of LargeBasin Hydrology, Forecasts, and Management to Historical Climatic Forcing  M.G. Mullusky K.P. Georgakakos 

363  The Fluid Mechanics of Vortex Cutting by a Blade  J.S. Marshall  
362  A Numerical Model of Flow in Channels with SandDune Beds and Ice Covers  J.Y. Yoon V.C. Patel 

361  Numerical Solutions for Unsteady TwoDimensional Incompressible Laminar Flows  W.J. Kim V.C. Patel 

360  Hydrologic Modeling for Flow Forecasting and Climate Studies in Large Drainage Basins  D.H. Bae K.P. Georgakakos 

359  RealTime Optimal Stochastic Control of Thermal Loading of Rivers  W.F. Krajewski F.M. Holly Jr. H.R. Bravo K.L. Krajewski 

358  Flow in Curved Ducts of Varying CrossSection  F. Sotiropoulos V.C. Patel 

357  Interaction and Impact of Floating Bodies  A.T. Chwang L. Landweber 

356  A Preliminary Hydraulic Model Study: Arkansas Electric Cooperative Corporation’s Dam No. 2 Hydropower Project on the Arkansas River  T. Nakato  
355  A General Purpose Radiative Transfer Model for Application to Remote Sensing in MultiDimensional Systems  W.F. Krajewski T.F. Smith Alejo Sanchez Alias 

354  Diffracted Acoustic Waves Due to a Soft Sphere Near a Flat Wall  Y.C. Chen A.T. Chwang 

353  Effects of Waves on the Wake of a SurfacePiercing Flat Plate: Experiment and Theory  F. Stern J.E. Choi W.S. Hwang 

352  MeanFlow Measurements in the Boundary Layer and Wake and Wave Field of a Series 60 CB = .6 Ship Model for Froude Numbers .16 and .316  Y. Toda F. Stern J. Longo 

351  A Parallel Algorithm for Efficient Stream Flow Prediction with Distributed Models  T.K. Apostolopoulos K.P. Georgakakos 

350  Diffraction of Acoustic Waves by a Ring Aperture in a Baffle or Arbitrary Impedance  C.J. Huang A.T. Chwang 

349  A StochasticDynamical Model for ShortTerm Quantitative Rainfall Prediction  T.H. Lee K.P. Georgakakos 

348  Improvement of PumpApproach Flows: A Hydraulic Model Study of Union Electric’s Meramec Plant CirculatingWater Pump Intakes  T. Nakato M. Weinberger 

347  Garbis H. Keulegan: A Physicist’s Long Life in Hydraulics  J.F. Kennedy  
346  Added Masses and Forces on Two Bodies Approaching Central Impact in an Inviscid Fluid  L. Landweber A. Shahshahan 

345  On Possible Boundary Conditions at a Moving Contact Line  S.A. Yang A.T. Chwang 

344  MOBED2—Numerical Simulation of TwoDimensional MobileBed Processes  M. Spasojevic F.M. Holly Jr. 

343  CHARIMA Numerical Simulation of Unsteady Water and Sediment Movement in Multiply Connected Networks of MobileBed Channels  F.M. Holly Jr. J.C. Yang P. Schwarz J. Schaefer S.H. Hsu R. Einhellig 

342  Diffraction of Acoustic Waves by a Ring Aperture in a Soft Baffle  A.T. Chwang C.J. Huang 

341  Hydraulic Model Studies of CirculatingWater OceanIntake Velocity Caps: Florida Power & Light Company’s St. Lucie Power Plant  T. Nakato D. Houser 

340  A PotentialFlow Solution for a Turbine Stator  C.J. Huang A.T. Chwang 

339  A Hydraulic Model Study of the Proposed PumpIntake and Discharge Flume: Florida Power Corporation’s Crystal River Helper CoolingTower Project  T. Nakato  
338  Development of a Quantitative Velocity Imaging System and Its Application to Offset Channel Flow  J. Walter C.J. Chen 

337  On the Planar Translation of Two Bodies in a Uniform Flow  Z. Guo A.T. Chwang 

336  Sediment Control in Bridge Waterways  A.J. Odgaard Y. Wang 

335  Model Tests of Siltation Abatement and Debris Deflector: Union Electric Labadie Plant CirculatingWater Intake Structure  T. Nakato R. Einhellig 

334  The Finite Analytic Method and Its Applications, Vol. I  C.J. Chen and S.K. Choi  
334II  The Finite Analytic Method and Its Applications, Vol. II  C.J. Chen, R.H. Bravo, and M.Z. Sheikholeslami  
333  Oblique Impact of Two Cylinders in a Uniform Flow  Z. Guo A.T. Chwang 

332  Nonlinear Viscous Waves Produced by an Impulsively Moving Plate  S.A. Yang A.T. Chwang 

331  PropellerHull Interaction Research at Iowa Institute of Hydraulic Research, 1985–89  F. Stern V.C. Patel 

330  A Hydraulic Model Study of the CirculatingWater PumpIntake Structure: Laguna Verde Nuclear Power Station Unit No. 1, Comision Federal de Electricidad (CFE)  T. Nakato  
329  Sensitivity Analysis of the ShortTerm Forecasts of an Integrated Hydrometeorological Forecast System  K.P. Georgakakos C. Viswesvaran W.F. Krajewski 

328  Field and Model Studies to Mitigate CirculatingWater Intake Siltation Problems at Omaha Public Power District, Nebraska City Station  T. Nakato W.A. Nixon 

327  HydraulicLaboratory Model Studies of the LowLevel Outlet Stilling Basin and Proposed Hydroelectric Power Plant at Oologah Dam, Verdigris River, Okla.  T. Nakato  
326  MeanFlow Measurements in the Boundary Layer and Wake of a Series 60 CB = .6 Model Ship with and without Propeller  Y. Toda F. Stern I. Tanaka V.C. Patel 

325  On Improved Operational Hydrologic Forecasting of Streamflows  K.P. Georgakakos H. Rajaram S.G. Li 

324  Piping as a Mechanism of Bank Erosion Along Rivers in Iowa  D.J. Luzbetak S.C. Jain A.J. Odgaard 

323  Ship Stern and Wake Flows: Solutions of the FullyElliptic ReynoldsAveraged NavierStokes Equations and Comparisons with Experiments  V.C. Patel H.C. Chen S. Ju 

322  User’s Manual for Integrated Hydrometeorological Forecast System (IHFS Version 1, User’s Manual)  K.P. Georgakakos S. Li C. Viswesvaran 

321  Construction and Evaluation of Submerged Vanes for Stream Control  A.J. Odgaard  
320  HydraulicLaboratory Model Studies of the CirculatingWater PumpIntake Structure, Florida Power Corporation, Crystal River Units 4 and 5  T. Nakato  
319  Recursive Parameter Estimation Conceptual Watershed Response Models  H. Rajaram K. Georgakakos 

318  Effects of Waves on the Boundary Layer of a SurfacePiercing Flat Plate: Experiment and Theory  F. Stern W.S. Hwang S.Y. Jaw 

317  Prediction of Laminar and Turbulent Flows Past Single and Twin Hydrofoils  K.M. Obasih C.J. Chen 

316  Ship Hydrodynamics Research at Iowa Institute of Hydraulic Research 1982–87  V.C. Patel L. Landweber A.T. Chwang F. Stern H.C. Chen 

315  Estimation of Mean Precipitation Fields Using Operationally Available Hydrometeorological Data and a TwoDimensional Precipitation Model  K.P. Georgakakos T.H. Lee 

314  Dynamics of ContinuousMode Icebreaking by a POLARClass Icebreaker Hull  R. Ettema F. Stern J. Lazaro 

313  Geomorphic Documentation of the Missouri River Reach Between Nebraska City and Omaha, Neb.: RM 562RM 612  T. Nakato  
312  Simulation of Missouri River Bed Evolution Gavin Point Dam to Rulo  F.M. Holly Jr. M. Spasojevic Z. Zhang 

311  IALLUVIAL Numerical Simulation of MobileBed Rivers, Part III, User’s Instructions  M.F. Karim F.M. Holly Jr. M. Spasojevic J.C. Yang 

310  IALLUVIAL Numerical Simulation of MobileBed Rivers (Part II. Program Description)  M.F. Karim F.M. Holly Jr. J.C. Yang 

309  IALLUVIAL Numerical Simulation of MobileBed Rivers (Part I. Theoretical and Numerical Principles)  M.F. Karim F.M. Holly Jr. J.C. Yang 

308  Finite Analytic Numerical Solutions of Incompressible Flow Past Inclined Axisymmetric Bodies  C.J. Chen W.S. Cheng 

307  ViscousInviscid Interaction with HigherOrder ViscousFlow Equations: Applications to Three Dimensional Bodies  S. Yoo F. Stern V.C. Patel 

306  Streambank Protection by Iowa Vanes  A.J. Odgaard C.E. Mosconi 

305  Computation of Viscous Flow Around PropellerShaft Configurations  F. Stern H.T. Kim V.C. Patel H.C. Chen 

304  ViscousInviscid Interaction with HigherOrder ViscousFlow Equations  F. Stern S.Y. Yoo V.C. Patel 

303  Final Report on Research on Ship Hydrodynamics  L. Landweber  
302  Interactions Between Wavemaking and the Boundary Layer and Wake of a Ship Model  A. Shahshahan L. Landweber 

301  Simulation Studies of the Inverse Problem in OneDimensional Unsteady Groundwater Flow  T.H. Lee K.P. Georgakakos 

300  Equations of Laminar and Turbulent Flows in General Curvilinear Coordinates  M.C. Richmond H.C. Chen V.C. Patel 

299  Development of a TwoScale Turbulence Model and Its Applications  C.J. Chen K. Singh 

298  LargeScale Structure of the Turbulent Wake Behind a Flat Plate  S. Jovic B.R. Ramaprian 

297  Naled Ice Growth  G.A. Schohl R. Ettema 

296  Experiments on FreezeBonding Between Ice Blocks in Floating Ice Rubble  J.A. Schaefer R. Ettema 

295  Ice Loads and Motions Experienced by a Floating, Moored Platform in Mushy Ice Rubble  M. Matsuishi R. Ettema 

294  The Dynamic Behavior of a Floating, CableMoored Platform Continuously Impacted by Ice Floes  M. Matsuishi R. Ettema 

293  Model Tests on IceRubble Size and Ship Resistance in Ice Rubble  R. Ettema M. Matsuishi T. Kitazawa 

292  IALLUVIAL: Analysis of Sediment Continuity and Application to the Missouri River  M.F. Karim  
291  Seismic Water Pressures on Dams for Arbitrarily Shaped Reservoirs  L.C. Huang A.T. Chwang 

290  Residues of Integrals with ThreeDimensional Multipole Singularities, with Application to the Lagally Theorem  L. Landweber  
289  Hydraulic Model Investigation of TurbineApproach Flow: FiveinOne Dam Hydroelectric Installation, Cedar Rapids, Iowa  T. Nakato  
288  Effects of Waves on the Boundary Layer of a SurfacePiercing Body  F. Stern  
287  Viscous Flow over Ship Sterns  V.C. Patel  
286  An Analytical Solution for BuoyancyDriven Flow in Sidearms of Cooling Lakes  M.P. Cherian S.C. Jain 

285  Calculation of TrailingEdge, Stern, and Wake Flows by a TimeMarching Solution of the PartiallyParabolic Equations  H.C. Chen V.C. Patel 

284  FreeSurface Boundary Layer and the Origin of Bow Vortices  V.C. Patel L. Landweber C.J. Tang 

283  Model Investigation of IntakeShoaling and PumpVibration Problems: Iowa Generation Council Bluffs Unit 3 CirculatingWater Intake  T. Nakato  
282  The Geostatistical Approach to the Inverse Problem in TwoDimensional Steady State Groundwater Modeling  R.J. Hoeksema P.K. Kitanidis 

281  ComputerBased Prognosis of Missouri River Bed Degradation—Refinement of Computational Procedures  F.M. Holly Jr. J.C. Yang M.F. Karim 

280  Bank Erosion Contribution to Stream Sediment Load  A.J. Odgaard  
279  Submerged Vanes for Flow Control and Bank Protection in Streams  A.J. Odgaard H.Y. E. Lee 

278  Laminar and Turbulent Boundary Layers in a Plane of Symmetry  J.H. Baek V.C. Patel 

277  Hydrologic and Economic Models for Watershed Evaluation and Research  D.G. Carvey T.E. Croley II 

276  The IIHR Scanivalve Computer Positioning Circuit  J. Cramer  
275  Maximum Likelihood Parameter Estimation of Hydrologic Spatial Processes by the GaussNewton Method  P.K. Kitanidis R.W. Lane 

274  Aggradation and Degradation of AlluvialChannel Beds  W.F. Jaramillo Torres S.C. Jain 

273  Dynamic Response of an IceBreaker Hull to Ice Breaking  A. Mueller R. Ettema 

272  On the Measurement of Skin Friction in Unsteady Boundary Layers Using a FlushMounted HotFilm Gage  A.N. Menendez B.R. Ramaprian 

271  A Numerical Model for Flow and Sediment Transport in AlluvialRiver Bends  T. Nakato J.F. Kennedy J.L. Vadnal 

270  Study of Unsteady Turbulent Boundary Layers  A.N. Menendez B.R. Ramaprian 

269  Bed Armoring Procedures in IALLUVIAL and Application to the Missouri River  M.F. Karim F.M. Holly Jr. J.F. Kennedy 

268  Operation of a System of Reservoirs Under Flood Conditions Using Linear Quadratic Gaussian Stochastic Control  S.A. Wasimi P.K. Kitanidis 

267  Computer Simulation Prognosis for the Degradation of the Missouri River Between Gavins Point Dam and Iowa’s Southern Border  F.M. Holly Jr. M.F. Karim 

266  Turbulence Measurements in Plane Jets and Plumes in Crossflow  B.R. Ramaprian H. Haniu 
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265  U.S.Japan Cooperative Research on Viscous Flow Around Ships  V.C. Patel I. Tanaka 

264  VortexFlow Drop Structures for the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District Inline Storage System  S.C. Jain J.F. Kennedy 

263  Oscillatory Singularities in a Saturated Poroelastic Medium  J.J. Dlubac A.T. Chwang 

262  A. Calculation of Wave Resistance and Sinkage by RankineSource Method; B. Prediction of 2D Near Wake Flow by Making Use of TimeDependent Vorticity Transport Equation; C. FreeSurface Boundary Layer and Necklace Vortex Formation, Progress Report  K. Mori  
261  Study of Total and Viscous Resistance for the Wigley Parabolic Ship Form  S. Ju  
260  Ice Study for the Port of Nome, Alaska  R. Ettema J.F. Kennedy 

259  Numerical Evaluation of the Havelock Green Function  L.K. Forbes  
258  RealTime Forecasting of River Flows and Stochastic Optimal Control of Multireservoir Systems  P.K. Kitanidis  
257  Study of Vertical Plane Turbulent Jets and Plumes  B.R. Ramaprian M.S. Chandrasekhara 

256  Calculation of ThreeDimensional Boundary Layers on Bodies at Incidence  V.C. Patel J.H. Baek 

255  A Porous Wavemaker Theory  A.T. Chwang  
254  Calculations of ThreeDimensional Turbulent Boundary Layers Using the CrankNicolson Method  P.A. Krogstad J.H. Baek V.C. Patel 

253  Analysis of Turbulent Near Wakes  A. Prabhu V.C. Patel 

252  Nonlinear Hhydrodynamic Pressure on an Accelerating Plate  A.T. Chwang  
251  On Reflection of a Planar Solitary Wave at a Vertical Wall  H. Power Meneses A.T. Chwang 

250  IALLUVIAL: A Computerbased Flow and Sedimentrouting Model for Alluvial Streams and its Application to the Missouri River  M.F. Karim J.F. Kennedy 

249  Refinement and Verification of Predictive Models of Suspended Sediment Dispersion and Desorption of Toxics from Dredged Sediments  J.L. Schnoor A.R. Giaquinta C. Sato C.P. Robison D.B. McDonald 

248  Calculation of Uunsteady Boundary Layers  A. Menendez B.R. Ramaprian 

247  On Cylindrical Solitary Waves  H.P. Meneses A.T. Chwang 

246  Hydrodynamic Effect of Earthquakes on Circular Damreservoir Systems  D.S. Kadle A.T. Chwang 

245  Earthquake Effects on Rectangular DamReservoir Systems  T.H. Huang A.T. Chwang 

244  IIHR Distributed Parameter Watershed Model  S.C. Jain S. Kumar G. Whelan T.E. Croley II 

243  Calculation of Potential Flow about 2D Lifting Surfaces  P.A. Krogstad  
242  Computerbased Predictors for Sediment Discharges and Friction Factors of Alluvial Streams  F. Karim J.F. Kennedy 

241  Analysis of Sacramento River Bend Flows, and Development of a New Method for Bank Protection  A.J. Odgaard J.F. Kennedy 

240  Measurements in the Wake of an “Infinite” Swept Airfoil  C.J. Novak B.R. Ramaprian 

239  Effect of Boundary Layer on Thrust Deduction  S.P.G. Dinavahi L. Landweber 

238  Study of Periodic Turbulent Pipe Flow  B.R. Ramaprian S.W. Tu 

237  Field Study and Tests of Several OneDimensional Sedimenttransport Computer Models for Pool 20, Mississippi River  T. Nakato J. Vadnal 

236  Hydraulic Model Study of the Circulating Water Intake Structure for Units 1 and 2 of the Midland Power Plant  S.C. Jain J.F. Kennedy 

235  Twodimensional Buoyant Jets in Crossflow  B.R. Ramaprian H. Haniu 

234  Desorption of Pollutants from Mississippi River Sediments in the GREATII Study Reach Lab Simulation Study  J.L. Schnoor J.L. Musterman R.A. Fisher D.W. Birks C.O. Geadelmann V.S. Gopinath 

233  Flow Characteristics Below Floating Covers with Application to Ice Jams  M. Gogus J.C. Tatinclaux 

232  The Finite Analytic Method  C.J. Chen P. Li 

231  Turbulent Wake Development Behind Streamlined Bodies  B.R. Ramaprian V.C. Patel M.S. Sastry 

230  Ice Forces on TwoDimensional Sloping Structures  J.S. Yean J.C. Tatinclaux A.G. Cook 

229  Water Conservation on the Upper Missouri and Mississippi Rivers through Thermal Standards Modifications  A.R. Giaquinta T.E. Croley 

228  Suspended Sediment Modelling of Dredgedisposal Effluent in the GreatII Study Reach  J.L. Schnoor A.R. Giaquinta D.D. Musgrove W.W. Sayre 

227  Sedimentbudget Study for the Upper Mississippi River, GreatII Reach  T. Nakato  
226  A Numerical Model for Computation of Sedimentation in Lakes and Reservoirs (with Application to the Corps of Engineers’ Iowa Reservoirs); Part I: Description of SEDRES, and Its Application in the Computation of Sediment Deposition in Coralville Reservoir  F. Karim T.E. Croley II J.F. Kennedy 

225  Model Tests of the Proposed Intake Structure of the Quad Cities Nuclear Power Plant  T. Nakato G. Gay J.F. Kennedy 

224  Optimum Mechanical Draft Wet Cooling Towers to Supplement Oncethrough Cooling at Selected Missouri River Sites  A.R. Giaquinta T.E. Croley 

223  Utilityborne Costs of Thermal Standards for the Mississippi and Missouri  A.R. Giaquinta R.A. Woodhouse M.P. Cherian 

222  Coralville Reservoir Waterquality Study Water Year Oct. 1, 1977–Sept. 30, 1978  D.B. McDonald  
221  Experiments on Transitional Oscillatory Pipe Flows  B.R. Ramaprian S.W. Tu 

220  Scour around Circular Bridge Piers at High Froude Numbers  S.C. Jain E.E. Fischer 

219  Hydrothermal Modeling of Brown’s Ferry Nuclear Plant Cooling Towers  S.C. Jain J.F. Kennedy 

218  Effects of Ice Covers on Alluvial Channel Flow and Sediment Transport process  W.W. Sayre G.B. Song 

217  Further Study of the Thick Axisymmetric Turbulent Boundary Layer, Final Report  V.C. Patel L. Landweber 

216  Assessment of Available Field Sedimentation Data for GREAT II Watershed  T. Nakato J. Vadnal 

215  Degradation and Aggradation of the Missouri River  W.W. Sayre J.F. Kennedy 

214  Frazil Ice Formation in Turbulent Flow  A. Muller  
213  Coralville Reservoir Waterquality Study Water Year Oct. 1, 1976–Sept. 30, 1977  D.B. McDonald  
212  Optimum Combinations of Cooling Alternatives for SteamElectric Power Plants  A.R. Giaquinta T.E. Croley R. Lee K.K. Shih 

211  Thermal Regimes of the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers Downstream from the Southern Iowa Border  A.R. Giaquinta T.C. Keng 

210  Thick Axisymmetric Turbulent Boundary Layer and Near Wake of a Lowdrag Body of Revolution  V.C. Patel Y.T. Lee 

209  An Improved Iowa Sediment Concentration Analyzer  J.R. Glover  
208  Detailed Model Study of Pump Approach Flows for the Lake Chicot Pumping Plant  T. Nakato J.F. Kennedy 

207  Interdistrict Water Allocations via Linear Programming and Linear Programming Decomposition  M. Seki T.E. Croley 

206  Compressive and Shear Strengths of Fragmented Ice Covers—a Laboratory Study  S.T. Cheng J.C. Tatinclaux 

205  Flow Visualization of Threedimensional Boundary Layer Separation on Bodies of Revolution at Incidence  T.Y. Han V.C. Patel 

204  Prototype and Model Studies of Diffuser Pipe System for Discharging Condenser Cooling Water at the Quad Cities Nuclear Power Station  W.W. Sayre A.D. Parr 

203  Mixing of Powerplant Heated Effluents with the Missouri River  R. CaroCordero W.W. Sayre 

202  Sediment Discharge of Alluvial Streams Calculated from Bedform Statistics  J.C. Willis J.F. Kennedy 

201  Field Study of Sediment Transport Characteristics of the Mississippi River near Fox Island (RM 3556) and Buzzard Island (RM 34950)  T. Nakato J.F. Kennedy 

200  Coralville Reservoir Waterquality Study Annual Report year Oct. 1, 1975–Sept. 30, 1976  D.B. McDonald  
199  A Manual for Hydrologic Time Series Deseasonalization and Serial Dependence Reduction  T.E. Croley  
198  Reservoir Sedimentation Model with Continuing Distribution, Compaction, and Sediment Slump  T.E. Croley K.N. Raja Rao F. Karim 

197  Stochastic Tradeoffs for Reservoir Operation  T.E. Croley K.N. Raja Rao 

196  Model Study of the Inlet and Sump of the Clinton First Avenue Pump Station  C. Farell  
195  Heat Transfer Analysis for Unsteady High Velocity Pipe Flow  C.J. Chen J.S. Chiou P. Li H.Y. Lee 

194  Flood Damages on the Iowa River  T.E. Croley F. Karim R. Chen 

193  A Review of Experimental Data of Vertical Turbulent Buoyant Jets  C.J. Chen W. Rodi 

192  An Hourly Precipitation Model for the Ralston Creek  R.N. Eli T.E. Croley 

191  Analysis of Different Types of Drywet Cooling Towers  M.S. Cheng T.E. Croley V.C. Patel 

190  Laboratory Study of the Flexural Strength and Elastic Modulus of Freshwater and Saline Ice  J.C. Tatinclaux C.Y Wu 

189  Precis of Economic Assessment of Backfitting Power Plants with Closedcycle Cooling Systems  A.R. Giaquinta T.E. Croley V.C. Patel J.G. Melville M.S. Cheng A.S. Uzuner 

188  Model Study of the Lake Chicot Pumping Plant  T. Nakato J.F. Kennedy 

187  Coralville Reservoir Waterquality Study Annual Report Water Year Oct. 1, 1974–Sept. 30, 1975  D.B. McDonald M.P. McDonald 

186  A Laboratory Investigation of the Mechanics and Hydraulics of River Ice Jams  J.C. Tatinclaux C.L. Lee T.P. Wang T. Nakato J.F. Kennedy 

185  Quantification of Recreational Use of the Coralville Reservoir  T.E. Croley R. Chen 

184  Thermalhydraulic Model Study of Offshore Discharge System for Kahe Power Plant, Hawaii  S.C. Jain M. Leonard J.F. Kennedy 

183  Rivers in the MAPP Geographical Area Woodhouse and M.P. Cherian  A.R. Giaquinta R.A. River 

182  The Thermal Regimes of the Upper Mississippi and Missouri Rivers  P.P. Paily T.Y. Su A.R. Giaquinta J.F. Kennedy 

181  User’s Manual for the IIHR Model of DryWet Cooling Tower Economics  T.E. Croley V.C. Patel M.S. Cheng 

180  Effect of Wake on Wave Resistance of a Ship Model  M. Moreno L. PerezRojas L. Landweber 

179  Numerical Evaluation of the Centerplane Potential of a Centerplane Source distribution  F. Noblesse  
178  Calculation of Threedimensional Boundary Layers on Ship Forms  K.C. Chang V.C. Patel 

177  Coralville Reservoir Water Quality Study Annual Report Water Year Oct. 1, 1973–Sept. 30, 1974  D.B. McDonald  
176  Cooling Water Discharge Thermalhydraulic Characteristics Model of the St. Lucie Nuclear Power Plant  S.C. Jain J.F. Kennedy 

175  Surface Roughness Effects on the Mean Flow Past Circular Cylinders  O. Guven V.C. Patel C. Farell 

174  Contributions to Naval Hydrodynamics, Final Report  L. Landweber  
173  Further Investigations on Components of Ship Resistance, Final Report  L. Landweber  
172  The Wavemaking of a Ship: Approximate Solutions Based on a Parametric Formulation  F. Noblesse  
171  Sequential Operations of Water Resource Systems Using Adaptive Multiobjective Tradeoffs  T.E. Croley  
170  Investigations of the Operating Characteristics of the Iowa Sediment Concentration Measuring System  F.A. Locher J.R. Glover T. Nakato 

169  A Computational Model for Predicting the Thermal Regimes of Rivers  P.P. Paily J.F. Kennedy 

168  Scale Effects on Cooling Tower Model Studies  T.W. Bugler III J.C. Tatinclaux 

167  Investigations of Surfacejet Thermal Outfall for Iatan Steam Electric Generating Station  W.W. Sayre  
166  Numerical Calculation of the Wave Integrals in the Linearized Theory of Water Waves  H.T. Shen C. Farell 

165  Thermal Response of Heated Streams, Solutions by the Implicit Method  P.P. Paily E.O. Macagno 

164  External Roughness Effects on the Mean Wind Pressure Distribution on Hyperbolic Cooling Towers  C. Farell F.E. Maisch 

163  The Water and Total Optimizations of Wet and Drywet Cooling Towers for Electric Power Plants  T.E. Croley V.C. Patel M.S. Cheng 

162  Investigation on Components of Ship Resistance, Final Report  L. Landweber  
161  Hydraulics and Mechanics of River Ice Jams  M.S. Uzuner J.F. Kennedy 

160  Plume Recirculation and Interference in Mechanical Draft Cooling Towers  T.L. Chan S.T. Hsu J.T. Lin K.H. Hsu N.S. Huang S.C. Jain S.E. Tsai T.E. Croley H. Fordyce J.F. Kennedy 

159  Digital Indicator for a Rotarytype Water Velocity Probe  C.C. Schmidt J.R. Glover 

158  An Investigation of Ice Forces on Vertical Structures  K.I. Hirayama J. Schwarz H.C. Wu 

157  Winter Regime Performance of Cooling Water Discharge Structure, Zion Nuclear Plant, Lake Michigan  J.C. Tatinclaux S.C. Jain J.M. Pena J.F. Kennedy 

156  Movablebed Hydraulic Model Study for Cooper Nuclear Station Intake System  Y. Onishi W.W. Sayre 

155  Winter Regime Surface Heat Loss from Heated Streams  P.P. Pailey E.O. Macagno J.F. Kennedy 

154  Numerical Analysis of Warm, Turbulent Sinking Jets Discharged into Quiescent Water of Low Temperature  J.M. Pena S.C. Jain 

153  Experimental Study of the Wavemaking of Horizontally Oriented Vorticity in a Wake  A. Swain L. Landweber 

152  Hydraulic Model Study of the Cooling Lake for the La Salle County Nuclear Power Plant  J.C. Tatinclaux S.C. Jain W.W. Sayre 

151  Calculation of Viscous Resistance of Bodies of Revolution  A. Nakayama V.C. Patel 

150  A Simple Integral Method for the Calculation of Thick Axisymmetric Turbulent Boundary Llayers  V.C. Patel  
149  Failure Criterion for Plain Concrete under Short Time Load  H.C. Wu  
148  Vertical Mixing of Heated Effluents in Openchannel Flow  E.J. Schiller W.W. Sayre 

147  The Mixing Characteristics of Submerged Multipleport Diffusers for Heated Effluents in Open Channel Flow  J.R. Argue W.W. Sayre 

146  The Ultimate Image Singularities for External Spheroidal and Ellipsoidal Harmonics  T. Miloh  
145  Transverse Mixing Characteristics of the Missouri River Downstream from the Cooper Nuclear Station  W.W. Sayre T.P. Yeh 

144  The IIHR Portable Linearthermistor Temperature Meter  J.R. Glover  
143  On the Equations of a Thick Axisymmetric Turbulent Boundary Layer  V.C. Patel  
142  An Experimental Study of the Thick Turbulent Boundary Layer near the Tail of a Body of Revolution  V.C. Patel A. Nakayama R. Damian 

141  Effects of Meandering on Sedment Discharges and Friction Factors of Alluvial Streams  Y. Onishi S.C. Jain J.F. Kennedy 

140  Turbulent Nonbuoyant or Buoyant Jets Discharged into Flowing or Quiescent Fluids  D. Chan  
139  Contributions on the Problem of Ship Vibration, Final Report  L. Landweber  
138  Orthogonal Coordinate Systems for Threedimensional Boundary Layers, with Particular Reference to Ship Forms  T. Miloh V.C. Patel 

137  A Unified View of the Law of the Wall Using Mixinglength Theory  V.C. Patel  
136  Old Gold Model, Type 42H Hotwire Anemometer and Type 2 Meanproduct Computer  J.R. Glover  
135  Model Studies and Design of Thermal Outfall Structures, Quad Cities Nuclear Plant  S.C. Jain W.W. Sayre Y.A. Akyeampong D. McDougall J.F. Kennedy 

134  Computer Recognition of Contractions in the Small Intestine  R.J. Singerman J.R. Glover 

133  Experimental Procedure for the Determination of Wave Resistance in a Towing Tank  D.D. Moran  
132  Similarity Solutions for Partial Differential Equations Generated by Finite and Infinitesimal Groups  H.S. Woodward W.F. Ames 

131  A Bidirectional Counter for Operation with Model Old Gold Hotwire Anemometer Systems  J.R. Glover  
130  Some Characteristics of Pressure Fluctuations on Lowogee Crest Spillways Relevant to Flowinduced Structural Vibrations  F.A. Locher  
129  Two Investigations of River Ice  G.D. Ashton M.S. Uzuner J.F. Kennedy 

128  Multiplechannel Conductometer for Measuring Salinity Concentrations in Laboratory Flows  J.R. Glover  
127  Three Theoretical Investigations of Turbulent Jets  J.T. Lin  
126  Flow of Dilute Polymer Solutions in Rough Pipes  M. Poreh  
125  Diffusion of Drag Reducing Polymers in a Turbulent Boundary Layer  M. Poreh K.S. Hsu 

124  Scale Effects in Hydraulic Model Tests of Rockprotected Structures  E.M. O’Loughlin S.C. Mehrotra Y.C. Chang J.F. Kennedy 

123  Irrotational Flow about Ship Forms  L. Landweber M. Macagno 

122  Development of a Chair for Monitoring Micturition of Ssmall Female Children  J.R. Glover A.R. Giaquinta 

121  A Laboratory Investigation of Free Surface Flows over Wavy Beds  A.F.H. Yuen  
120  An Electrooptical System for Measurement of Mean and Statistical Properties of Sediment Suspensions  J.R. Glover P.K. Bhattacharya J.F. Kennedy 

119  Total and Viscous Resistance of the Tanker Esso Phillippines  C.E. Tsai  
118  Study of Bilge Vvortex Generation on the Tanker Esso Phillippines  J.C. Tatinclaux  
117  Bilge Vortices Along a Series60 Model  J.C. Tatinclaux  
116  Some Aspects of Flowinduced Vibrations of Hydraulic Control Gates  F.A. Locher  
115  An Electric Totalizer for Current Meters  J.R. Glover  
114  Flow Visualization in Liquids  E.O. Macagno  
113  Analysis of the M140 Recoil Mechanism  E.O. Macagno A.D. Newsham T.K. Hung 

112  Motion of a Helical Spring due to Dynamic Loading  D.W. McDougall E.O. Macagno 

111  Natural Frequencies of a Body of Revolution Vibrating Transversely in a Fluid  L. Landweber  
110  On the Distribution and Development of Meanflow and Tturbulence Characteristics in Jet and Wake Flows  E.Naudascher  
109  Digital Acquisition of Missouri River Bed Profiles  J.R. Glover  
108  An Experimental Study of Shearstress Variation on a Series60 Ship Model  K.T.S. Tzou  
107  Effects of a Bilge Keel and a Bulbous Bow on Bilge Vortices  J.C. Tatinclaux  
106  On a General Similarity Analysis for Turbulent Jet and Wake Flows  E. Naudascher  
105  Old Gold Model, Type 42H Hotwire Anemometer and Type 2meanproduct Computer  J.R. Glover  
104  A Comparison of Three Methods for Computing the Added Mass of Ship Sections  M. Macagno  
103  Study of Eggers’ Method for the Determination of Wavemaking Resistance  L. Landweber K.T.S. Tzou 

102  Influence of the Radius of Curvature on the Drag Induced by Bilge Vortices  J.C. Tatinclaux  
101  Determination of the Viscous Drag of a Ship Model  K.T.S.Tzou L. Landweber 

100  A Preliminary Analysis of the M140 Recoil Mechanism  A.D. Newsham E.O. Macagno T.K. Hung 