CHE 2012, i.e. Conference on Hydraulic Engineering was held with the intention of the organizers to showcase the challenging and very exciting developments that occur in the field of hydraulic engineering; in addition to that, it shall serve as a major meeting point for the hydraulic engineers, scientists, researchers and manufacturers of the related equipment, creating the opportunity for them to share the latest advances, discuss various technical problems, and identify all challenges that are associated with the engineering applications. The present compilation consists the papers presented during the conference. Among the topics covered during that event, there were characteristics of the UTF (uniform turbulent flow), burst detection in specific water distribution systems, multidimensional regulation schemes applied to water cycle systems - guidance of their evaluation and selection, neural network application to flood forecasting, longitudinal dispersion that is caused by vertical shear occurring in ice-covered rivers, train load effect and water coupling effect to track crack growth, water logging and flood storage control, water temperature simulation, spatial decision support systems, energy dissipation, influent water quality of the waste water treatment plants and so many other practical topics.
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