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Peak discharge (Jbhn)

Discharge that, on the average, fills a channel to the point of overflowing. Or, the highest value of the stage or discharge attained by a flood. (Source: AASHTO Glossary)
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Hydrologic phenomena (Jbh)
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Rational formula (Hydraulics) (Jbhnr)
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Aggressive waters (Jbha)
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Water waves (Jbhw)
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