Effect of Temperature on Settling of Fine Sedimentsby Y. L. Lau, Natl Water Research Inst, Burlington, Canada,
Abstract: Results from settling experiments in an annular flume using kaolinite clay in distilled water are presented. Identical experiments carried out at different temperatures show that as temperature decreases, a larger proportion of the material initially suspended will settle out. The overall settling velocity is also higher at lower temperatures, in direct contrast to published results from settling tube experiments. A possible cause for this temperature effect is given.
Subject Headings: Temperature effects | Flumes | Settling velocity | Fluid velocity | Soil water | Clays
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