VELOCITY PROFILES WITH SUSPENDED SEDIMENT

@inproceedings{Coleman1981VELOCITYPW,
  title={VELOCITY PROFILES WITH SUSPENDED SEDIMENT},
  author={Neil L. Coleman},
  year={1981}
}
  • Neil L. Coleman
  • Published 1981
  • Mathematics
  • Analysis of velocity profiles plotted in defect form indicates that the Karman coefficient is independent of the amount of suspended sediment in an open channel flow. Contrary findings, based on earlier data by other workers, are due to error induced by ignoring the existence of the wake flow region. The wake strength coefficient is a function of the gross flow Richardson number. 

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