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Title: Model study for channel improvement of the Savannah River (Miles 188.0 to 178.5)
Authors: U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station.
Keywords: Channels
Savannah River
Publisher: U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station.
Engineer Research and Development Center (U.S.)
Description: Technical memorandum
Introduction: Technical Memorandum No.57-1, issued from this Station on January23, 1935, presented the results of model experiments (Tests Nos.1 to 12) pertaining to proposed regulating works on the Savannah River between Miles 188.0 and 178.5. The regulating works tested were located at Miles 187.0, 186.0, 185.0, 183.8, 182.0, 181.8, 181.3 and 181.1, it is understood that, subsequent to the issue of Technical Memorandum No.57-1, specifications have been drawn up for the construction in the river of impermeable dikes at Miles 187.0, 186.0, 186.3 and 185.0, similar to those tested in the model (Test No.10) This memorandum (Technical Memorandum No.57-2) includes the results of Tests Nos.13 to 16, which were made as a continuation of the original model study, especial attention being concentrated upon development and effects of the cut-off at Bailey's Neck. The authority for the model study, a description of the model, and the general method of procedure are given on Sheet 1 of the folio accompanying this report.
Rights: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.
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