Laboratory Simulation of Aeolian Sand Transport and Physical Modeling of Flow Around Dunes

@inproceedings{White2000LaboratorySO,
  title={Laboratory Simulation of Aeolian Sand Transport and Physical Modeling of Flow Around Dunes},
  author={Bruce R. White},
  year={2000}
}
This paper discusses the possibilities of laboratory simulation of large-scale flow around dunes, both with and without saltation, and the study of the physics of the small-scale particle motion occurring on a sand surface composed of like-moveable particles. Physics of the atmospheric boundary layer are presented in the context of laboratory applications. The governing equations of fluid and/or particle motion are discussed and analyzed for applications in laboratory testing. The most… CONTINUE READING

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