Bank Erosion During the 1988-Flood in the Rumoi Riverby Yasuharu Watanabe, Civil Eng Res Inst, Hokkaido, Japan,
Tatsuhiro Kyoshi, Civil Eng Res Inst, Hokkaido, Japan,
Yasuhiro Murakami, Civil Eng Res Inst, Hokkaido, Japan,
Kazuyoshi Hasegawa, Civil Eng Res Inst, Hokkaido, Japan,
Abstract: Observations of the bank erosion were performed in the Rumoi River after the flood in August, 1988. It was found from the detailed research that the pattern of the flood was an important factor in the bank erosion which occurs mainly by the mutual effects between the flow on the flood plain and the flow in the low water channel. Since the flood ocurred at midnight, the flow direction and velocity at the peak discharge were reproduced from the investigation of damaged trees on the flood plain and by dragging the trees in the field.
Subject Headings: Erosion | Flood plains | Water flow | River bank stabilization | Flow patterns | Water discharge | Open channel flow | River flow | Japan | Asia
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