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Loose boundary hydraulics applied to simulation of channel morphology.

David Alexander

Loose boundary hydraulics applied to simulation of channel morphology.

by David Alexander

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Published by University College London in London .
Written in English


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SeriesOccasional papers -- 33.
The Physical Object
Pagination43p.
Number of Pages43
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13697145M

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hydraulic characteristics in the study reach reflected the form drag and spill resistance generated by step-pool sequences consisting of LWD and/or large clasts. The combined results of the flume and field investigations illustrate several aspects of the interactions between hydraulics and channel morphology in step-pool channels. agar Direct numerical simulation of flow in stenotic channel to understand the effect of stenotic morphology on turbulence, Journal of Turbulence, N41, Vol Editorial Physics of Fluids, Special Issue – A tribute to the lasting legacy of John Lumley in turbulence, Febraury,

on page of A. J. Raudkivi, Loose Boundary Hydraulics For information on how constriction relates to scour near groins (rock bank protection structures, an analog for habitat structures) see Klingeman et al.9, Richardson and Davis10 and Gill. Constrictions also cause backwater effects upstream from the constriction. In theFile Size: KB.   This book contains more than papers presented at the 28th International Conference on Coastal Engineering, held in Cardiff, Wales, in July It is divided into five parts: coastal waves; nearshore currents, swash, and long waves; coastal structures; sediment transport; and coastal morphology, beach nourishment, and coastal management.


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