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Mississippi River Hydraulics associated with the Third Delta Conveyance Channel

Mississippi River Hydraulics associated with the Third Delta Conveyance Channel

Mississippi River Hydraulics associated with the Third Delta Conveyance Channel

(OP)
I am not sure which forum to post my question and please re direct me if I should go to a different forum.

I have a concern about the Mississippi River hydraulics when a large diversion
is added. Made some simple calculations showing the river will drop 8 feet when
the diversion is added. If I am correct seems like large scouring power
undercutting levees will be added upstream of the diversion with the power 50%
of a large nuclear plant. Please see linked a small article, calculations and
references. Could the 8 foot drop be correct and should I have a concern?
Regards

Mississippi River Hydraulics associated with the Third Delta Conveyance Channel:

http://mrhydraulics.webs.com/

RE: Mississippi River Hydraulics associated with the Third Delta Conveyance Channel

(OP)
Please disregard this thread, I t may be incorrect.
Regards

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