3 edition of Equilibrium geomorphological conditions for high gradient bed steams [sic] found in the catalog.
Equilibrium geomorphological conditions for high gradient bed steams [sic]
by Washington State Dept. of Transportation, Available through the National Technical Information Service in [Olympia, Wash.], [Springfield, VA
Written in English
|Other titles||Equilibrium geomorphological conditions for high gradient bed streams., Streambed simulation in culverts.|
|Statement||by A.N. Thanos Papanicolaou, Adam R. Maxwell.|
|Contributions||Maxwell, Adam Richard, 1976-, Washington (State). Dept. of Transportation. Research Office., Washington State Transportation Center., Washington State University. Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 63 p. :|
|Number of Pages||63|
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Equilibrium Geomorphologic Conditions for High Gradient Bed Streams January 3(5),1* 25*$1,=$7,21 &2' hydraulics characteristics for high gradients bed streams No restrictions.
This document is geomorphologic characteristics of streams with steep gradient (i.e., streams with slope greater than 3%) and identify the. The focus of this study was on streams with slopes greater than 3%, as clear design requirements for bed geomorphologic stability are lacking for these cases, and they are of particular interest in the design and retrofit of culverts for both anadromous and resident migratory fish passage.
Equilibrium is defined as a single‐valued, temporally invariant functional relationship between the values of an output variable and the values of the input variable(s) in a geomorphic system. Disequilibrium occurs if the output deviates from the functional relationship by more than a consensual by: The extension of the geomorphological equilibrium it is concerned with the origins of the pulsating nature of bedload transport under steady external conditions in relation to bed macro-forms.
2. Terminological considerations Equilibrium Literally, "equilibrium" means "equal weight". In physical terms, weight is a force.
The term equilibrium F. Ahnert/ Geomorphology 11 () identifies, therefore, in its primary meaning an equality of forces that, like equal weights on a pair of scales, compensate each by: Equilibrium Geomorphological Conditions for High Gradient Bed Steams whereas domain 3 corresponds to a high bed load transport rate over a flat bed with a constant bed roughness ks = D.
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This temperature gradient is exceeded in some granites because of the local heat generated by the decay of radioactive elements. [~] DENSITY GRADIENT SEI)IMENTATION EQUILIBRIUM  Density Gradient Sedimentation Equilibrium By JOHN E.
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Five Al2O3-CeO2-based washcoat slurries, differing from each other in the Al2O3/CeO2 ratio (nominal ratio equal to ∞,) were prepared, dried and calcined; the resulting powders were loaded with nickel as an active metal. Grant G.E., Swanson F.J. and Wolman M.G., Pattern and origin of stepped-bed morphology in high gradient streams, Western Cascades, Oregon.
Geological Survey of America Bulletin,– Google Scholar. the equilibrium slope is defined and calculated using two methods: 1) the slope that transports the incoming sediment supply without any scour or fill on the channel bed, and 2) the slope required for the initiation of incipient motion of the current bed material.
Equilibrium Slope and Width Analysis Historical Slopes. The main objects here are equilibrium problems of monotone type. Examples include convex minimization, convex-concave saddle problems, monotone. Where these channel structures are falling into disrepair, the geomorphological implications for their removal and/or modification or upkeep needs careful consideration.
Their failure could promote a destabilizing morphological reaction as the channel seeks to establish a new equilibrium condition with changing gradient.
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This paper concentrates on the river continuum concept, a set of correlations that attempt to describe ecologic settings along the length of a river or stream based upon stream order, morphology, organic.deposition of coarse bedload during high flows (Anthony and Harvey ).
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