Hydraulic studies for Munmorah Power Station. August 1964.

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The design of Munmorah Power Station between two lakes has several hydraulic aspects: lake levels, flood conditions, ash dams. Locating intakes and outfalls. Sediment movement and wave damage. Scour and sedimentation aspects are studied. This report contains a comprehensive account of all studies on these aspects by the Water Research Laboratory, U.N.S.W.
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Ewers, J. R.
Foster, D. N.
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1964
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