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A Scour Depth Approach for Deriving Erodibility Parameters from Jet Erosion Tests
Abstract. Typically the erosion rate of cohesive soils is modeled using the excess shear stress equation, which includes two soil parameters: the erodibility coefficient (k d ) and the critical shear
Measuring Soil Erodibility Using a Laboratory “Mini” JET
Abstract. Typically soil erodibility is quantified using an excess shear stress equation, dependent on two major soil parameters: the critical shear stress (I„ c ) and the erodibility coefficient (k
Deriving Parameters of a Fundamental Detachment Model for Cohesive Soils from Flume and Jet Erosion Tests
Abstract. The erosion rate of cohesive soils is commonly quantified using the excess shear stress model, which is dependent on two major soil parameters: the critical shear stress (I„ c ) and the
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
Mechanistic Detachment Rate Model to Predict Soil Erodibility Due to Fluvial and Seepage Forces
AbstractThe erosion rate of cohesive soils is typically computed using an excess shear stress model based on the applied fluvial shear stress. However, no mechanistic approaches are available for
Variability of fluvial erodibility parameters for streambanks on a watershed scale
Abstract Typically the erosion rate of cohesive soils is modeled using the excess shear stress equation, which includes two soil parameters: the erodibility coefficient ( k d ) and the critical shear
Laboratory soil piping and internal erosion experiments: evaluation of a soil piping model for low‐compacted soils
Mechanistic models have been proposed for soil piping and internal erosion on well-compacted levees and dams, but limited research has evaluated these models in less compacted (more erodible) soils
USING RAPID GEOMORPHIC ASSESSMENTS TO ASSESS STREAMBANK STABILITY IN OKLAHOMA OZARK STREAMS
High streambank erosion and failure rates on streams in the Ozark ecoregion of Oklahoma may be attributed to land use change and degradation of riparian areas. Numerous benefits may be achieved from
Influence of Lead Pollution on Cohesive Soil Erodibility using Jet Erosion Tests
Recent researches were investigated the high concentrations of Lead in Baghdad soils due to the emissions from Leaded fuel of cars, generators, and the industrials. These high concentrations in
Quantifying the Erodibility of Streambanks and Hillslopes Due to Surface and Subsurface Forces
Abstract. The erosion rate of cohesive soils due to fluvial forces is usually computed using an excess shear stress model. However, no mechanistic approaches are available for incorporating
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