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Sauris's Lake, during two different groups of observations (full and reduced
basin), are here resumed. The agreement between observed and precedent calculated data, is
very remarkably. A new theory, moreover, is here showed and for t h e first
time applied to an artificial lake.
As the values of the periods for w-nodal oscillations (n > 1) both in
the theory and in the observation have been higher t h a n these regarding
a lake with even depth, we have applied the below explained theory to the
I t is considered a basin whose longitudinal section forms a right-angled
triangle; the shorter cathetus figures the dam.
The theoretical and the observed results among themselves perfectly
The above mentioned theory, because of the easy applications, will
be used for others similar lakes.
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