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000148700 245__ $$aEffect of inclined jet screen on turbidity current
000148700 269__ $$a2010
000148700 260__ $$c2010
000148700 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000148700 520__ $$aThe sustainable use of reservoirs for irrigation, flood protection, water supply and hydropower may be endangered due to unavoidable reservoir sedimentation. Turbidity currents are the main process for the transport and deposit of sediments in reservoirs, especially in the deepest part near the dam where vital structures such as power intakes and bottom outlets are located. Besides other measures such as solid or permeable obstacles, turbidity currents can be influenced by means of an inclined water jet screen. Physical experiments of a turbidity current flowing through a water jet screen were carried out. Velocity profiles, front velocities, and deposit evolutions were determined. The results indicate that in certain configurations, turbidity currents can be partially stopped by the jet screen. Furthermore, the deposits downstream of the screen may be reduced up to a factor of two as compared with deposits of a free-flowing turbidity current.
000148700 6531_ $$aCrossflow
000148700 6531_ $$adensity turbidity current
000148700 6531_ $$areservoir sedimentation
000148700 6531_ $$asubmerged jet
000148700 700__ $$0240641$$aOehy, Christoph$$g102908
000148700 700__ $$0240404$$aDe Cesare, Giovanni$$g101010
000148700 700__ $$0241228$$aSchleiss, Anton$$g112841
000148700 773__ $$j48$$k1$$q81-90$$tJournal of Hydraulic Research, IAHR
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