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Pierre Y. This text offers a thorough analysis of erosion, transport and sedimentation of soil and solid particles by surface waters. The author has aimed for simplicity of presentation, stressing physical understanding based on Newtonian mechanics. He explains fundamental concepts pertaining to the hydrodynamic forces exerted on solid particles, with a lucid treatment of potential flow, viscous flow, turbulent flow, and boundary layers. The text presents detailed methods and procedures commonly used in engineering practice.
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The structure shapes and retains a corresponding hydraulic geometry form. Therefore, the most stable flow structure is the probable natural river plane formation. Natural coordinate transformation and perturbation methods were adapted to deform the governing equations of sine-generated river basic flow and disturbance flow independently.
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The stability and retention of perturbation waves were analyzed in our model to explain why meandering rivers followed a certain type of flow path. Computation results showed that all types of perturbation waves in meandering rivers were most stable when the meandering wave number was about 0.
We believe that this type of stable flow structure shaped a certain meandering river. The statistical average length-width ratios of Yalin, Habib and da Silva and Leopold and Wolman somewhat confirmed our most stable river meandering wave number.
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In some ways, meandering rivers always tend to diminish internal turbulence intensity. Unable to display preview.
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Download preview PDF. Skip to main content. Advertisement Hide. A type of dynamic mechanism of river hydraulic geometry. Article First Online: 06 April