By Emmanuel Partheniades
- Properties and of the character and the starting place of the interparticle physicochemical forces
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- Processes and dynamics of flocculation and the hydrodynamic habit of cohesive sediments
- Transport strategies of sediments by means of flowing water and similar equations are first provided and explained
- Deposition and resuspension of beds deposited from suspension from flowing waters
- Engineering purposes of the hydraulics of cohesive sediments
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