1 edition of Effect of initial step height on headcut development in upland concentrated flows found in the catalog.
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Channel & Watershed Processes Research Unit, National Sedimentation Laboratory in Oxford, Miss
Written in English
|Statement||Javier Casali and Sean J. Bennett|
|Series||Research report -- no. 19, National Sedimentation Laboratory research report -- no. 19.|
|Contributions||Bennett, Sean J., 1962-, National Sedimentation Laboratory (U.S.). Channel & Watershed Processes Research Unit|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||169 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||169|
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Experiments were conducted to examine the effect of initial step height on growth, development, and upstream migration of headcuts in concentrated flows typical of rills, crop furrows, and ephemeral gullies.
In a laboratory channel, packed soil beds were constructed with preformed headcuts ranging in height from 5 to 50 by: Effect of Initial Step Height on Headcut Development in Upland Concentrated Flows Javier Casalí and Sean J.
Bennett Research Report No. 19 January United States Department of Agriculture Time to steady state (s) Initial headcut height (m) Distance to steady state (m) 1 D=(HH. Effect of initial step height on headcut development in upland concentrated flows Sean J.
Bennett National Sedimentation Laboratory, Agricultural Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture Oxford, Mississippi Javier Casali Department of Projects and Rural Engineering, Public University of Navarra, Pamplona, Navarra, Spain Abstract.
Effect of initial step height on headcut development in upland concentrated flows Article (PDF Available) May with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
growth and development given a bed slope of 1% and initial headcut height of 25 mm. As of Julythis chapter has been reviewed, revised, and resubmitted to Water Resources Research with the title “An experimental study of headcut growth and migration in upland concentrated flows.
These experiments provided the insight as well as the conceptual framework for a complete analytical solution for predicting headcut migration rate, equilibrium scour depth, and total sediment flux in upland concentrated flows.
Without such experiments, the formative processes of headcut erosion in soils would remain speculative at best. Effect of initial step height on headcut development in upland concentrated flows.
Water Resources Research, 37, – /WR, [Web of Science ®], [Google Scholar]). In our study, the rapid growth in the scour depth and width occurred during the min initial scouring period, and then the scour pool dimensions.
To examine the effect of initial step height on headcut erosion processes, three headcuts were constructed ranging in height from to m on an active bank gully head, and a series of.
Initial headcut advancing rate, to some extent, is a determining factor in rill bed incision process. Based on the discussion above, three main factors showed significant impacts on initial headcut advancing process: soil property, flow energy and headcut height.
Values used to fit the advancing equation are provided in Table 2. Rill flow. Bennett SJ, Casali J () Effect of initial step height on headcut development in upland concentrated flows. Water Resour Res – Article; Google Scholar; Bennett SJ, Casali J, Robinson KM, Kadavy KC () Characteristics of actively eroding ephemeral gullies in an experimental channel.
Trans ASAE – R.R. Wells, C.V. Alonso, S.J. BennettMorphodynamics of headcut development and soil erosion in upland concentrated flows Soil Science Society of America Journal, 73 (2) (), pp. Google Scholar. Morphodynamics of headcut development and soil erosion in upland concentrated Sci.
Soc. J., 73 (2): – Wells R.R., Bennett S.J. & Alonso C.V., b. Effect of soil texture, tailwater height, and pore-water pressure on the morphodynamics of migrating headcuts in upland concentrated flows.
Groundwater loading effects of agricultural management systems model. Effect of initial step height on headcut development in upland concentrated flows. Water Resource Research, 37, – and pore-water pressure on the morphodynamics of migrating headcuts in upland concentrated flows.
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. Bennett, S. J., and J. Casalí (), Effect of initial step height on headcut development in upland concentrated flows, Water Resour. Res., 37 (5), – Wiley Online Library | Web of Science® Times Cited: Most authorities concede sediment from soil erosion to be the largest single stream pollutant.
Physical damage from sediment includes reservoir storage loss, navigation channel filling, stream channel morphology alterations, ecological impacts, and clogging of drainage pathways.
Ultimately, soil erosion is a very expensive problem. In the United States, accelerated soil erosion has been an.
To quantify the changes in flow energy, sediment yield and surface landform impacted by headcut height during bank gully erosion, five experimental platforms were constructed with different headcut heights ranging from 25 to cm within an in situ active bank gully head.
A series of scouring experiments were conducted under concentrated flow. Overall, we could not detect obvious effects on landscape development from rainfall cessation and recommencement.
Hillslope failures were easier to detect than surface runoff erosion and appeared as abrupt shifts in ridge crest location and as concave hillslopes with a slump at the hillslope toe (Fig. Morphodynamics of Headcut Development and Soil Erosion in Upland Concentrated Flows In agricultural regions, gully erosion is now recognized as a dominant source of soil loss, and the development and upstream migration of headcuts is critical to the initiation, incision, and dissection of these upland areas.
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