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Record nummer 2204322
Titel artikel Stone stability under stationary non-uniform flows
Auteur(s) Steenstra, R. ; Hofland, B. ; Smale, A. ; Paarlberg, A. ; Huthoff, F. ; Uijttewaal, W.
Tijdschrifttitel Journal of hydraulic engineering
Deel(Jaar)Nummer 142(2016)12
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Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) A stability parameter for rock in bed protections under nonuniform stationary flow is derived. The influence of the mean flow velocity, turbulence, and mean acceleration of the flow are included explicitly in the parameter. The relatively new notion of explicitly incorporating the mean acceleration of the flow significantly improves the description of stone stability. The new stability parameter can be used in the design of granular bed protections using a numerical model for a large variety of flows. The coefficients in the stability parameter are determined by regarding the measured low-mobility entrainment rate of rock as a function of the stability parameter. Measurements of flow characteristics and stone entrainment of four different previous studies and many configurations (uniform flow, expansion, contraction, and sill) are used. These configurations have different relative contributions of mean flow, turbulence, and stationary acceleration. The coefficients in the parameter are fit to all data to obtain a formulation that is applicable to many configurations with nonuniform flow.
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