This paper investigates the utility of digital imaging technique for performing surface velocity measurements of hyper-concentrated flows. The analysis is conducted with the aid of data collected in a scale laboratory flume constructed at the Hydraulic laboratory of the Department of Civil, Environmental, Aerospatial and of Materials Engineering (DICAM) – University of Palermo (Italy). In particular the present paper describes the setup of a laboratory test and the applicability of a fully digital imaging approach.

Termini, D., Di Leonardo, A. (2015). Hyper-concentrated flow and surface velocity estimation by digital imaging technique: a study case. In Advances in Environmental and Geological Science and Engineering (pp.63-67).

Hyper-concentrated flow and surface velocity estimation by digital imaging technique: a study case

TERMINI, Donatella;Di Leonardo, Alice
2015-01-01

Abstract

This paper investigates the utility of digital imaging technique for performing surface velocity measurements of hyper-concentrated flows. The analysis is conducted with the aid of data collected in a scale laboratory flume constructed at the Hydraulic laboratory of the Department of Civil, Environmental, Aerospatial and of Materials Engineering (DICAM) – University of Palermo (Italy). In particular the present paper describes the setup of a laboratory test and the applicability of a fully digital imaging approach.
Settore ICAR/01 - Idraulica
27-ago-2015
International conference WSEAS 2015
Salerno, Italy
June 27-29, 2015
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Termini, D., Di Leonardo, A. (2015). Hyper-concentrated flow and surface velocity estimation by digital imaging technique: a study case. In Advances in Environmental and Geological Science and Engineering (pp.63-67).
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Termini, D; Di Leonardo, A.
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