International Journal of Research in Civil Engineering and Technology
2021, Vol. 2, Issue 1, Part A
Study of flood trends and river engineering
Author(s): Raja M Kumar and Deepak Kumar
Abstract: A geospatial substance of ahistorical engineering science business enterprise was used to limit the response of geological phenomenon steady to each unit of engineering science base. Significant climate- and/or land use-driven increases in rate of flow were heard, but the galactic and most pervasive contributors to increased flooding on the Mississippi River system were wing dikes and related guidance structures, followed by forward levee business. In the area of the 2008 Built in bed Mississippi flood, for mental representation, about 2 m of the flood crest is linked to navigational and flood-control engineering. Systemwide, large bend in torrent levels were attested at find out and at period of time of wing-dike and levee artifact.