Water Resources Engineering / Edition 2 available in Hardcover
Environmental engineers continue to rely on the leading resource in the field on the principles and practice of water resources engineering. The second edition now provides them with the most up-to-date information along with a remarkable range and depth of coverage. Two new chapters have been added that explore water resources sustainability and water resources management for sustainability. New and updated graphics have also been integrated throughout the chapters to reinforce important concepts. Additional end-of-chapter questions have been added as well to build understanding. Environmental engineers will refer to this text throughout their careers.
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About the Author
Larry W. Mays is Professor in the Civil, Environmental,and Sustainable Engineering Group in the School of SustainableEngineering and the Build Environment at Arizona State University(ASU), and former chair of the Department of Civil andEnvironmental Engineering. Prior to ASU he was Director of theCenter for Research in Water Resources at the University of Texasat Austin, where he held an Engineering Foundation-endowedprofessorship. A registered professional engineer in severalstates, and a registered professional hydrologist, he has served asa consultant to many national and international Organizations.
Professor Mays has published extensively in refereed journalpublications and in the proceedings of national and internationalconferences. He was the author of the first edition of this bookand Optimal Control of Hydrosystems (published by Marcel Dekker),and co-author of Applied Hydrology and Hydrosystems Engineering andManagement (both from McGraw-Hill) and Groundwater Hydrology(published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc.). He was editor-in-chiefof Water Resources Handbook, Water Distribution Systems Handbook,Urban Water Supply Management Tools, Stormwater Collection SystemsDesign Handbook, Urban Water Supply Handbook, Urban Water ResourcesSustainability, all published by McGraw-Hill. In addition, he waseditor-in-chief of Reliability Analysis of Water DistributionSystems and co-editor of Computer Methods of Free Surface andPressurized Flow published by McGraw-Hill. In addition, he waseditor-in-chief of Reliability Analysis of Water DistributionSystems and co-editor of Computer Methods of Free Surface andPressurized Flow published by Kluwer Academic Publishers.
Table of Contents
About the Author.
Chapter 1 Introduction.
Chapter 2 Water Resources Sustainability.
Chapter 3 Hydraulic Processes: Flow and Hydrostatic Forces.
Chapter 4 Hydraulic Processes: Pressurized Pipe Flow.
Chapter 5 Hydraulic Processes: Open-Channel Flow.
Chapter 6 Hydraulic Processes: Groundwater Flow.
Chapter 7 Hydrologic Processes.
Chapter 8 Surface Runoff.
Chapter 9 Reservoir and Stream Flow Routing.
Chapter 10 Probability, Risk, and Uncertainty Analysis forHydrologic and Hydraulic Design.
Chapter 11 Water Withdrawals and Uses.
Chapter 12 Water Distribution.
Chapter 13 Water for Hydroelectric Generation.
Chapter 14 Flood Control.
Chapter 15 Stormwater Control: Storm Sewers and Detention.
Chapter 16 Stormwater Control: Street and Highway Drainage andCulverts.
Chapter 17 Design of Spillways and Energy Dissipation for FloodControl Storage and Conveyance Systems.
Chapter 18 Sedimentation and Erosion Hydraulics.
Chapter 19 Water Resources Management for Sustainability.
Appendix A Newton–Raphson Method.
Finding the Root for a Single Nonlinear Equation.
Application to Solve Manning's Equation for Normal Depth.
Finding the Roots of a System of Nonlinear Equations.