Determination of flow resistance caused by non-submerged woody vegetation

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  title={Determination of flow resistance caused by non-submerged woody vegetation},
  author={Juha J{\"a}rvel{\"a}},
  year={2004}
}
This paper investigates the determination of flow resistance caused by stiff and flexible woody vegetation. A new procedure has been developed which allows the determination of friction factor f or Manning’s n using measurable characteristics of vegetation and flow. The procedure is capable of predicting flow resistance due to: (1) leafless bushes or trees and (2) leafy bushes or trees. The application of the procedure is limited to non-submerged flow (h ≤ H ) and relatively low velocity (U 1 m… CONTINUE READING
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