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Civil engineering hydraulics: essential theory with worked by R. E. Featherstone

By R. E. Featherstone

The textual content presents an creation to the idea of civil engineering hydraulics, subsidized up with a good number of labored examples and workout difficulties, with solutions, to aid readers determine their realizing of the idea and strategies of research and layout. This revised version good points additional information on uniform and non-uniform circulate, sluice gates and a few simple culvert move difficulties.

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However, there is a Copyright © 2004 by Taylor & Francis Group, LLC 30 Figure 16 Streat et al. Proton-binding curves for KAU carbons oxidized with nitric acid. distinguishing difference between the carbon samples oxidized in hot air and those oxidized in nitric acid. The titration curves of the former set of samples display less alkali neutralization capability between the crossover point (point of zero charge; pHPZC) and a pH around 6. Carboxyl groups are primarily responsible for Naþ uptake at these pH values.

5). This is also reflected in the high carbon yield (lower weight loss) for the pyrolyzed sulfonated polymer as discussed above. Carbonization of MN500HS results in a moderate increase in the measured BET surface area value for sample MN500HS-C1. The density functional theory (DFT) surface area attributed to pores greater than 20 A˚ remains unchanged at 12 m2=g; however, Figure 5 Pore stucture of () polymer MN500HS and () carbon MN500HS-C1. Copyright © 2004 by Taylor & Francis Group, LLC 14 Streat et al.

The differential pH– titration (proton-binding) curves measured for all carbons are smooth and do not have very distinctive inflection points (see Figs. 15 and 16). However, there is a Copyright © 2004 by Taylor & Francis Group, LLC 30 Figure 16 Streat et al. Proton-binding curves for KAU carbons oxidized with nitric acid. distinguishing difference between the carbon samples oxidized in hot air and those oxidized in nitric acid. The titration curves of the former set of samples display less alkali neutralization capability between the crossover point (point of zero charge; pHPZC) and a pH around 6.

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