Unique Problems in Modeling Irrigation Canalsby Forrest M. Holly, Jr., Univ of Iowa, Iowa City, United States,
Gary P. Merkley, Univ of Iowa, Iowa City, United States,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Irrigation and Drainage
Abstract: Irrigation-canal modeling is based on the same unsteady flow equations used for river modeling. However the canal and irrigation environment present several unique simulation problems which are generally not encountered in river modeling. These include zero-depth conditions, mixed-regime and reversing flow, gate submergence, flow in inverted siphons and culverts, multiple flow paths, and control system interfaces. This paper outlines some of these special problems and their solution approaches.
Subject Headings: Canals | Hydrologic models | Irrigation | Hydraulic models | Submerged flow | Flow control | Mathematical models | Unsteady flow
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