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Summary of alluvial channel data from flume experiments, 1956-61

Harold P Guy

Summary of alluvial channel data from flume experiments, 1956-61

by Harold P Guy

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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Stream measurements,
  • Channels (Hydraulic engineering),
  • Sediments (Geology)

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 96

    Statementby H. P. Guy, D. B. Simons and E. V. Richardson
    SeriesSediment transport in alluvial channels, Geological Survey professional paper 462-I, Professional paper (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- no. 462-I, Sediment transport in alluvial channels
    ContributionsSimons, Daryl B, Richardson, E. V. 1924-
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 96 p.
    Number of Pages96
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14564616M

    For laboratory open-channel flows over rigid or mobile sediment beds, evaluation of the bed shear stress using bulk flow parameters, such as, flow depth, average velocity and energy slope, are often subject to sidewall friction effects. The procedure used for removing the sidewall effects is referred to as sidewall correction, which is usually required in studies of sediment transport. The File Channel maintains two separate data structures: the Flume event queue (which will be referred to as the queue) and the write-ahead log (WAL). Every put, take, commit, and rollback is represented by a transaction event record (referred to from here on as a record), with the type of the record representing the operation—put, take.

    Flume or Open channel. The flume is supplied with a metre long working section. When studying Hydraulics, the fundamental concepts of energy and momentum are sometimes difficult to grasp, particularly where free surface flow is concerned. The Armfield Multi Purpose Teaching Flume has been developed to assist students to overcome this. Alluvial channel is the term used to define loose sediments that make up certain water channels. This quiz is designed to assess your knowledge of alluvial channels in general and specific types.

    Chapter 9 Alluvial Channel Design Purpose Alluvial channel design techniques are generally used for movable boundary systems and streams with beds and banks made of unconsolidated sediment particles. In an alluvial channel, there is a continual exchange of the channel . To help FEMA with this problem, the Committee on Alluvial Fan Flooding was established and charged to develop a revised definition of alluvial fan flooding, to specify criteria that can be assessed to determine if an area is subject to alluvial fan flooding, and to provide examples that illustrate the definition and criteria.


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US Geol. Survey. Ikeda, S N. Laboratory studies of the roughness and suspended load of alluvial streams. Tech. Rep. Experiments on the short-term development of sine-generated meandering rivers.

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A different pattern is evident for the mean annual dune height which, in Reaches 1 and 2, decreases steeply with increasing mean annual freshwater discharge (Fig. 6b). Although data for only three flow cycles are available from Reaches 3 and 4, they hint at similar trends also for these sites.

Water is either supplied continuously to the upstream end of the flume by an external feed, or recirculated. In an annular flume the flow is propelled through a closed, semi-circular conduit.

Flumes have been used since the middle of the nineteenth century to study sediment transport. Flume experiments have shown a clear contrast between the distribution of turbidites and that of debrites in plan view. Because of their Newtonian rheology, turbidity currents flow freely as they exit a channel and spread out laterally.

In channel-mouth environments, turbidity currents result in a fan-shaped sediment body called lobes (Figure A).

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Discharge of Sands and Mean-Velocity Relationships. Summary Channel deposits of the Yellow River (China), composed of silt and very fine sands, show in cross‐section ripple lamination, even lamination and small scour‐and‐fill structures. Flume exper. Dunes in the world’s big rivers are dominated by lee-side slopes with angles of less than 10°, according to a bedform analysis of high-resolution bathymetric datasets.

Table DR1. (In ancillary MsExcel data file). Bedform data compilation. We build on the data compilation of Yalin (), which comprises experiments with sand and glass beads and where the fluid was either water or glycerine and water solutions (Barton and Lin, ; Vanoni and Brooks, ; Vanoni and Hwang, ; Alexander, ).

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SEDIMENT TRANSPORT IN ALLUVIAL CHANNELS FLUME EXPERIMENTS ON THE TRANSPORT OF A COARSE SAND By GARNETT P. WILLIAMS ABSTRACT A newly constructed foot laboratory flume was used to transport experiments, to present the data of the initial group of a.