Cohesive Sediments in Open Channels: Erosion, Transport and Deposition
Control the impact of cohesive sediments on open channels by managing the effects of silt, clay and other sediments in harbors, estuaries and reservoirs. Cohesive Sediments in Open Channels provides you with a practical framework for understanding how cohesive sediments are transported, deposited and eroded. One of the first books to approach the subject from an engineering’s perspective, this book supplies insight into applying hydraulic design as well as understanding the behavior of cohesive sediments in a flow field.
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Chapter 3 Forces between Clay Particles and the Process of Flocculation
Chapter 4 The Hydrodynamic Transport Processes of Cohesive Sediments and Governing Equations
Chapter 5 Rheological Properties of Cohesive Sediment Suspensions
Chapter 6 Erosion of Cohesive Soils
Chapter 7 Deposition and Resuspension of Cohesive Soils
Chapter 8 Engineering Applications of Cohesive Sediment Dynamics
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