Titles of various PhD theses

Abril, J.B., 1997, Numerical modelling of turbulent flow, sediment transport and flood routing by the finite element method, PhD thesis, the University of Birmingham, UK.

Alhamid, A.A.I., 1991, Boundary shear stress and velocity distributions in differentially roughened trapezoidal channels, PhD thesis, the University of Birmingham, UK.

Atabay, S., 2001, Stage-discharge, resistance and sediment transport relationships for flow in straight compound channels, PhD thesis, the University of Birmingham, UK.

Ayyoubzadeh, S.A., 1997, Hydraulic aspects of straight compound channel flow and bed load sediment transport, PhD thesis, the University of Birmingham, UK.

Brown, F.A., 1997, Sediment transport in river channels at high stage, PhD thesis, the University of Birmingham, UK.

Lai, C.J., 1986, Flow resistance, discharge capacity and momentum transfer in smooth compound closed ducts, PhD thesis, the University of Birmingham, UK.

Mohammadi, M., 1998, Resistance to flow and the influence of boundary shear stress on sediment transport in smooth rigid boundary channels, PhD thesis, the University of Birmingham, UK.

Patel, H.S., 1984, Boundary shear in rectangular and compound ducts, PhD thesis, the University of Birmingham, UK.

Rhodes , D.G., 1991, An experimental investigation of the mean flow structure in wide ducts of simple rectangular and compound trapezoidal cross-section in particular zones of high lateral shear, PhD thesis, the University of Birmingham, UK.

Sterling M., 1998, A study of boundary shear stress, flow resistance and the free overfall in open channels with a circular cross section, PhD thesis, the University of Birmingham, UK.

Tang X., 1999, Derivation of The Wave Speed-Discharge Relationship from Cross Section Survey For Use In Approximate Flood Routing Methods, PhD thesis, the University of Birmingham, UK.

Yuen, K. W. H., 1989, A study of boundary shear stress, flow resistance and momentum transfer in open channels with simple and compound trapezoidal cross section, PhD thesis, the University of Birmingham, UK.