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De Vries, M. (author)
In river engineering morphological predictions have to be made to study the implications of changes in a river system due to natural causes or human interference. It regards here time-depending processes. Characteristic parameters of the river have to be forecasted both in time and space. The morphological processes, however, are extremely...
report 1985
Olesen, K.W. (author)
The paper presents a linear perturbation analysis of a horizontal two-dimensional mathematical model for the flow and bed topography in straight alluvial rivers with dominant bed-load. A sediment transport model including effects of transverse bed slope, secondary (helical) flow and secondary flow inertia is employed. The stability and the...
report 1983