Development of River Meander Model

Levent Yilmaz (Nisantasi University, 1453 Neocampus, Civil Engineering Department, Hydraulic Division, 80626, Maslak, Istanbul, Turkey)

Article ID: 1845

DOI: https://doi.org/10.30564/jgr.v3i1.1845

Abstract


In the studies of open-channel flow with suspended sediments, used aconstant of Von Karman κ in a model for velocity profile. The augmentation parameters have been added by various researchers in more recentdevelopment of the boundary-layer theory of meander development. In thisresearch new parameters will be included because of the existence of theturbulent flow region in meandering channels because of boundary-layertheory.

Keywords


Meander;Flow;Model;Boundary layer;Sediment

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