A Model of Long Internal Waves in Salt-Wedge Estuaries With Tidal Motion

Internal Solitary Waves Generated by Moving Disturbances

On the Realizability of Long's Model Solutions for Nonlinear Stratified Flow Over an Obstacle

Upstream Blocking and Stratified Flow Hydraulics

Transcritical Stratified Flow in Straits

Hydrodynamic Phase Diagrams for Microstructure in Stratified Flows

Vortical Turbulence in a Stratified Fluid

Heat Transfer Effects on Gravity Currents

Turbulence and Fronts in Three-Dimensional Surface Plumes

Derivation of a Stability Principle from the Shields Criterion
The widely used specific energy equation, which defines the subcritical and supercritical states of the open channel flow, is a direct result of the integration of the Froude number corresponding...

Self-Accelerated Turbidity Current Prediction Based Upon Dynamic Turbulence Models
The structure of a self-accelerated turbidity current appears to be significantly better predicted by a dynamic Reynolds stress turbulence model than by one- and two- equation models....

Scale Effects at Intakes Due to Boundary Layer Growth
Boundary layer development in hydraulic models of intakes based on Froude criteria can be poorly scaled because it is viscosity dependent. The potential for scale effects can be estimated...

Evaluation of TR-55 on Coastal Watersheds
Results of a study of the applicability of TR-55 to coastal watersheds are presented. Historical data were used to evaluate curve number, time of concentration and unit hydrograph peak...

Stable Channels with Loose Boundary
Recently, G. Parker suggested that the lateral transport of downstream momentum due to Reynolds stresses should be included in the momentum balance used to calculate the boundary shear...

Drag Characteristics of Spheres in Bingham Fluids
R.W. Ansley and T.N. Smith's type of drag relation can be traced back closely, if not completely, to the Newtonian drag curve. The equivalent diameter for a sphere in a Bingham...

Measuring Wind and Wave Forcing of Longshore Currents During Superduck—A Preliminary Analysis

Imbrication of Tabular Boulders
Analysis of moments on tabular boulders projecting into a uniform stream indicates that a tabular boulder dipping downstream is unstable and can be overturned by velocities expected during...

Model Study to Locate Aerators in Tunnel Spillways
A model study to locate, in an optimum way, aerators in tunnel spillways is presented. A Froude half model, scale 1:30, was used. The flow geometry, the air discharge sucked by the aerators...

Subsurface Drainage for Erosion Reduction on Croplands of Northwestern Oregon
Subsurface drains installed as a relief system on sloping cropland reduced surface runoff and soil loss from silty soils with underlying slowly permeable layers in northwestern Oregon....

Roughness Coefficients of Large Floods
Most hydraulic calculations of flow in channels and overbank areas require an evaluation of flow resistance generally expressed as Manning's roughness coefficient, n. Literature...

 

 

 

 

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