Applications in New River-meander Model

Levent Yilmaz (Nisantasi University, 1453 Neocampus Maslak, Istanbul, Turkey)

Article ID: 1896

DOI: https://doi.org/10.30564/jgr.v3i1.1896

Abstract


If the sediment transport behaves as bed-load, the sediment surface at meandering channel will deform into transverse waves.This investigation is a new model for prediction of river-meander models in nature.The aim of this research is to give a precise method whose bed forms can have a variety of scales ranging from ripples through small dunes to fully developed dunes or sandwaves.Its mathematical model will be investigated.

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Sand waves;Sediment;Meandering;Transportation

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