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Looking for a document which will help me understand inner workings of EPANET

Looking for a document which will help me understand inner workings of EPANET

Looking for a document which will help me understand inner workings of EPANET

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Hello,

I am looking for the following document:

Bhave, P.R. 1991. Analysis of Flow in Water Distribution Networks. Technomic Publishing. Lancaster, PA.

I would order this book from the publisher and pay for it. However I am in a country which in imposing steep tariffs for shipping items from abroad makes it virtually illegal. Can anyone provide a pdf link or some guidance as to the best way I can get this book?

Thanks

RE: Looking for a document which will help me understand inner workings of EPANET

It sounds like you are asking us to violate a copyright for you?
no thanks
does your country impose import tariffs on E-books?

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