Flow patterns, sedimentation and deposit architecture under a hydraulic jump on a non-eroding bed: Defining hydraulic-jump unit bars

@inproceedings{Macdonald2009FlowPS,
  title={Flow patterns, sedimentation and deposit architecture under a hydraulic jump on a non-eroding bed: Defining hydraulic-jump unit bars},
  author={Rg Macdonald and Jan Alexander and J. C. Bacon and Mark J. Cooker},
  year={2009}
}
This paper presents results from two flume runs of an ongoing series examining flow structure, sediment transport and deposition in hydraulic jumps. It concludes in the presentation of a model for the development of sedimentary architecture, considered characteristic of a hydraulic jump over a non-eroding bed. In Run 1, a hydraulic jump was formed in sediment-free water over the solid plane sloping flume floor. Ultrasonic Doppler velocity profilers recorded the flow structure within the… CONTINUE READING

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