Major flood overtopping
Anabranch weir section: 41 m long.
In 1956 the weir was overtopped by 8 m without major damage. The weir is still in use today.
Relevant Web Sites
- Hydraulic Design of Stepped Cascades, Channels, Weirs and Spillways. Pergamon, Oxford (United Kingdom), pp. 292. (1995):
- Timber Crib Weirs in Queensland, Australia. Some Heritage with a Solid Operational Record. In: Royal Historical Society of Queensland Journal ( 2000). (2000):
- Utilisation of Stepped Channels and Study of Stepped Channel Flows in Australia. Presented at: Hydraulic Characteristics of Stepped Channel Flows, Workshop on Flow Characteristics around Hydraulic Structures and River Environment, Nihon University, Tokyo, Japan, 11/1998, pp. 21. :
- The Hydraulics of Open Channel Flows. An Introduction. Edward Arnold, London (United Kingdom), pp. 512. (1999):
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