In the present work a 1-D numerical model is applied to simulate the evolution of scouring process and the variation of the bed shear stress during transients. By the help of the model and by using experimental data collected in a straight flume, the paper also investigates how the presence of flexible vegetation on the bed could limit the evolution of the erosion process.

Termini D. (2018). Simulation of scouring process downstream of a hydraulic structure and analysis of the effect of vegetation. In G. G. La Loggia (a cura di), Proceedings of Hydroinformatics 2018 - HIC2018 (pp. 2059-2066).

Simulation of scouring process downstream of a hydraulic structure and analysis of the effect of vegetation

Termini D.
2018

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In the present work a 1-D numerical model is applied to simulate the evolution of scouring process and the variation of the bed shear stress during transients. By the help of the model and by using experimental data collected in a straight flume, the paper also investigates how the presence of flexible vegetation on the bed could limit the evolution of the erosion process.
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Termini D. (2018). Simulation of scouring process downstream of a hydraulic structure and analysis of the effect of vegetation. In G. G. La Loggia (a cura di), Proceedings of Hydroinformatics 2018 - HIC2018 (pp. 2059-2066).
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