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Variability of Erodibility Parameters from Laboratory Mini Jet Erosion Tests
AbstractApplication of jet erosion tests (JETs) to study in situ erodibility is gaining popularity. New versions of the JET (original JET versus mini-JET) and new data analysis techniques have
Comparison of Linear and Nonlinear Models for Cohesive Sediment Detachment: Rill Erosion, Hole Erosion Test, and Streambank Erosion Studies
AbstractCohesive sediment detachment is typically modeled for channels, levees, spillways, earthen dams, and internal erosion by using a linear excess shear stress approach. However, mechanistic
Evaluating a process‐based model for use in streambank stabilization: insights on the Bank Stability and Toe Erosion Model (BSTEM)
Streambank retreat is a complex cyclical process involving subaerial processes, fluvial erosion, seepage erosion, and geotechnical failures and is driven by several soil properties that themselves
Soil Moisture Impacts Linear and Nonlinear Erodibility Parameters from Jet Erosion Tests
HighlightsThe jet erosion test (JET) remains the most commonly used instrument for measuring in situ erodibility.This research investigated the impact of soil moisture content below saturation on
Nonlinear Detachment Model for Soil Erodibility: Application and Incorporation into a Streambank Erosion and Stability Model
Cohesive sediment transport is typically modeled for channels, levees, spillways, earth dams, and internal erosion using a linear excess shear stress approach. However, mechanistic nonlinear
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