Compacted Spillway

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by Abdelkawi Khalifa, United Arab Emirates Univ, Al Ain, United Arab Emirates,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Hydraulic Engineering:

Abstract: The compacted spillway (CSW) refers to a spillway accompanied by jets located on its face to dissipate the excess energy. The (CSW) has a standard ogee profile with three jets located on the downstream face of the spillway. The jets are used to produce a reverse momentum which increases the rate of energy dissipation. Thus, the (CSW) greatly reduces the need for a large stilling basin. In this study, the characteristics of the flow over the (CSW) are investigated experimentally and theoretically.

Subject Headings: Spillways | Energy dissipation | Rivers and streams | Stilling basins | Flow profiles | Water flow | Jets (fluid) | Drop structures |

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