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scour

(skour)
n.
scours(used with a sing. or pl. verb) Diarrhea in livestock.

scour′er n.
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The Self-Installing Scour Protection will then be fabricated and fitted to a suction bucket foundation designed and manufactured by SPT Offshore and installed by N-Sea at ScottishPower Renewables East Anglia ONE offshore windfarm.
Underwater divers were called in to scour parts of the canal having previously searched remote woodland on the outskirts of Wrexham.
Unfortunately, on some units calf scour seems almost inevitable.
The sand bed reduced around the obstruction under the flow level is named the scour depth.
As of Wednesday, the search and rescue team continues to scour the area, Balilo said.
Specific calculators in the Hydraulic Toolbox address a wide set of design variables and features including rational method hydrology, roadside channel capacity, channel linings, curb and gutter sections, bridge scour analysis, and culvert assessment.
The reconstruction of the Eleyele Dam which is one of the major hydrological devices ravaged by the 2011 flood will see a rehabilitation of the spillway weir; rehabilitation of the spillway channel to Ologuneru Bridge; rehabilitation and raising of the existing embankment by about 1.8 meters; and rehabilitation of the intake tower, scour channel and scour tunnel.
This study is an experimental investigation of local pier scour throughout the reach of a bridge section under clear-water scour conditions using scale-down full bridge geometry and river bathymetry.
Stephen Robinson admits he will scour the lower leagues to try and find a replacement for Preston-bound Louis Moult.
Mayor Anderson described the Brownlow Hill attack as "heinous" and "horrendous" and said the council will scour CCTV in the area to help catch the culprit.
Bridge piers that are located on highly erodible beds are subjected to failure due to scour caused by the structure obstructing:flow.