Turbulence characteristics of flow in a spiral corrugated culvert fitted with baffles and implications for fish passage

@inproceedings{Morrisona2009TurbulenceCO,
  title={Turbulence characteristics of flow in a spiral corrugated culvert fitted with baffles and implications for fish passage},
  author={Ryan R. Morrisona and Rollin H. Hotchkissb and Mark Stonec and David Thurmand and Alex R. Horner-Devinee},
  year={2009}
}
  • Ryan R. Morrisona, Rollin H. Hotchkissb, +2 authors Alex R. Horner-Devinee
  • Published 2009
Baffles are often used to retrofit culverts to aid in fish passage. The objective of this experimental investigation was to compare the turbulent flow structure inside a full-scale spiral corrugated culvert fitted with slopedand slotted-weir baffles to available turbulence descriptions for non-baffled culverts. In addition, the turbulent flow structure inside a full-scale culvert was compared to fish passage preferences. Velocity measurements were taken in a 1.83 m-diameter, 12.2 m-long… CONTINUE READING

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