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Van Rooijen, A. (author), Reniers, A. (author), Van Thiel de Vries, J.S.M. (author), Blenkinsopp, C. (author), McCall, R. (author)
A one-dimensional hydrostatic version of the XBeach model (Roelvink et al., 2009) is applied to hindcast swash morphodynamics measured during an accretive, and an erosive tide at Le Truc Vert beach (France) in early spring 2008 (Masselink et. al, 2009; Blenkinsopp et al., 2011). Swash hydrodynamics are solved by applying the nonlinear shallow...
conference paper 2012
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Bolton, P. (author)
The terms 'wash load', 'suspended bed material load' and 'bed load' are not clearly defined but, if applied with care, provide a useful basis for sub-dividing the total discharge of sediment in a river for the purpose of measurement. The accuracy with which each of the three types of sediment transport must be measured will depend on their...
report 1983
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In this report analytical solutions are developed for the bed load transport in rivers under unsteady conditions. A parabolic and a hyperbolic model are developed.
report 1973
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Paintal, A.S. (author)
report 1969
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Riad, K. (author)
It has long been observed that at most canal bifurcations the water diverted to the branch does not carry sediment in direct proportion to the rate of flow. Usually, the major part of sediment reaching a bifurcation is diverted into the small branches. This phenomenon has always bothered engineers responsible for the maintenance of irrigation...
doctoral thesis 1961
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Meyer-Peter, E. (author), Müller, R. (author)
In the following paper, a brief summary is first of all given of the results and interpretation of tests already made known in former publications of the Laboratory for Hydraulic Research and Soil Mechanics at the Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich. After that, an attempt is made to derive an empirical law of bed-load transport based on...
report 1948
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Shields, A. (author)
Ph.D thesis of Shields, original version in German. This document is the basis of all modern sediment transport formulae, and develops the concept of bed shear stress.
report 1936
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