Estimating Bottom Stress in Tidal Boundary Layer from Acoustic Doppler Velocimeter Data

@inproceedings{Kim2000EstimatingBS,
  title={Estimating Bottom Stress in Tidal Boundary Layer from Acoustic Doppler Velocimeter Data},
  author={Changwook Kim and Carl Takeo Friedrichs and J. P.-Y. Maa and Latonia Denise Wright},
  year={2000}
}
Bed stresses in the bottom boundary layer of the York River estuary, Va., were estimated from 3D near-bottom velocities measured by Acoustic Doppler Velocimeters (ADVs) and also by a profiling array of electromagnetic current meters. By assuming the measurements were made in a constant stress layer, four methods of stress estimation were evaluated using ADVs: (1) direct covariance (COV) measurement; (2) turbulent kinetic energy; (3) inertial dissipation utilizing the Kolmogorov spectrum; and (4… CONTINUE READING
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