Number of items: 30.
Sedimentation at jetties.
The hydraulic design and performance of soakaways.
Wave climate change and its impact on UK coastal management.
A review of the latest theories on sand transport and methods for making long term predictions.
Alluvial friction in the transition zone.
Mathematical model of groynes on shingle beaches.
Physical and numerical modelling of aerators for dam spillways - contract completion report.
Physical and numerical modelling of aerators for dam spillways - technical report.
Rock armouring for coastal and shoreline structures: hydraulic model studies on the effects of armour grading.
A numerical model of general scour at channel constrictions.
Engineering applications of research in cohesive sediments - research contract PECD 7/6/10 - contract completion report.
Flocculation and settling of cohesive sediments.
Towards the development of an estuary regime model.
Channel protection - turbulence downstream of structures - interim report.
The optimum location for a canal sediment extractor.
Estuarine sediments - near bed processes - field measurement of near bed cohesive sediment processes.
Fluidisation of mud by waves - laboratory and field experiments.
Representation of directional spreading in harbour wave disturbance models.
Flood discharge assessment - peak velocity meter - evaluation of a device for measuring flood plain flow velocity, progress to March 1991.
Single layer armour units for breakwaters.
Further tests of a directional wave recorder - the Sea Data 621.
Hydro-geotechnical performance of rubble mound breakwaters.
Estuarine sediments - near bed processes - investigation of siltation mechanism in Harwich Harbour.
Hydraulic structures and alluvial processes (1987-90).
Impact pressures in plunge basins due to vertical falling jets.
A technique for the generation of short crested waves in wave basins.
Design manual for canal sediments extractors.
Hydraulic design of straight compound channels. Volume 1 - summary and design method, Volume 2 - appendices.
Shingle beach replenishments - Some design considerations.