Energy losses occur as water is forced into and out of constrictions, causing it to speed up, slow down, form circulations and generally flow in rapidly varying directions and speeds. These sudden changes in velocity (either in magnitude and/or direction) generate large-scale turbulence that dissipates energy as heat. Join the premier industry expert from TUFLOW as they demonstrate the 1D and 2D structure loss theory.


Bill Syme


Bill has over 30 years’ experience working on riverine, estuarine and coastal studies, of which most have been in the flood hydraulics field.  During this time, he has successfully managed and led ... Read more

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