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A numerical model of submarine debris flow with graphical user interface
Abstract A 1-D numerical model of the downslope spreading of a finite-source subaqueous debris flow is presented. The model incorporates the Bingham, Herschel–Bulkley, and bilinear rheologies ofExpand
Experiments on subaqueous sandy gravity flows: The role of clay and water content in flow dynamics and depositional structures
Deep-water deposits consisting mainly of massive sand are commonly identified as deposits of turbidity currents (i.e., turbidites). Speculation has risen in recent years as to whether some of theseExpand
Numerical simulation of mud-rich subaqueous debris flows on the glacially active margins of the Svalbard-Barents Sea
Abstract Seismic images and sediment core data from the Bear Island and Isfjorden fans localized along the Svalbard–Barents Sea continental margin, reveal an interesting depositional systemExpand
Experiments on incipient channelization of submarine fans
Experiments on the formation of channelized submarine fans by the passage of successive turbidity currents are presented. Channels similar to subaerial rivers are found in many submarine fans. TheExpand
Experiments on Reworking by Successive Unconfined Subaqueous and Subaerial Muddy Debris Flows
Debris flows occur under water, e.g., in lakes and the ocean, as well as under air. These two types of debris flow have many similarities, but also differ in striking ways. The focus of the researchExpand
Hydroplaning of subaqueous debris flows and glide blocks: Analytical solutions and discussion
[1] Subaqueous debris flows often attain significantly higher velocities and longer run-out distances than their subaerial counterparts in spite of increased viscous drag and reduced effectiveExpand