On the crescentic shape of barchan dunes

@inproceedings{Hersen2004OnTC,
  title={On the crescentic shape of barchan dunes},
  author={Pascal Hersen},
  year={2004}
}
Aeolian sand dunes originate from wind flow and sand bed interactions. According to wind properties and sand availability, they can adopt different shapes, ranging from huge motion-less star dunes to small and mobile barchan dunes. The latter are crescentic and emerge under a unidirectional wind, with a low sand supply. Here, a 3d model for barchan based on existing 2d model is proposed. After describing the intrinsic issues of 3d modeling, we show that the deflection of reptating particules… CONTINUE READING
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