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  1. Future changes in river bed were predicted under the assumption that flow velocity of past and changes in flow rate at upstream river due to construction of large-scale artificial structures downstream occur i...

    Authors: Ju Ha Hwang, Seung Jin Maeng, Hyung San Kim and Seung Wook Lee

    Citation: Smart Water 2020 5:1

    Content type: Research

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  2. A discolouration concept is proposed describing simultaneous pipe wall material accumulation and mobilisation processes that define discolouration in drinking water distribution systems, one of the biggest cau...

    Authors: William R. Furnass, Stephen R. Mounce, Stewart Husband, Richard P. Collins and Joby B. Boxall

    Citation: Smart Water 2019 4:3

    Content type: Research

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  3. This study demonstrates the applications of two physical-based early warning methods for rainfall-induced shallow landslide and compare their relative performance. One method is rainfall threshold-based method...

    Authors: Yung-Chia Hsu, Yin-Lung Chang, Che-Hao Chang, Jinn-Chuang Yang and Yeou-Koung Tung

    Citation: Smart Water 2018 3:3

    Content type: Research

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  4. Water mains, especially old pipelines, are consistently threatened by the formation of leaks. Leaks inherit increased direct and indirect costs and impacts on various levels such as the economic field and the ...

    Authors: Samer El-Zahab, Ahmed Asaad, Eslam Mohammed Abdelkader and Tarek Zayed

    Citation: Smart Water 2017 2:3

    Content type: Research

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  5. The seriousness of water related issues is increasing due to regional imbalances of water use and damages from water related disasters. Various technologies are being applied to resolve water related issues. R...

    Authors: Gye Woon Choi, Koo Yol Chong, Sae Jin Kim and Tae Sang Ryu

    Citation: Smart Water 2016 1:3

    Content type: Research

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  6. Being a small low-lying island nation, Singapore has a high density population, recreational and industrial facilities along the coast. It is thus highly vulnerable to weather extremes including storm surges. ...

    Authors: Quang-Hung Luu, Pavel Tkalich, Heng Kek Choo, Jiqin Wang and Bijoy Thompson

    Citation: Smart Water 2016 1:2

    Content type: Research

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