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Flow patterns in an open channel confluence with a small ratio of main channel to tributary discharge

Laurent Schindfessel (UGent) , Stéphan Creëlle (UGent) , Thomas Boelens (UGent) and Tom De Mulder (UGent)
(2014) RIVER FLOW 2014. p.989-996
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In this paper, time-averaged flow patterns in a 90° open channel confluence with concordant and non-movable bed are studied, for the case of a tributary discharge largely exceeding the main channel discharge. By means of LSSPIV and profiling ADV, velocity data are gathered in laboratory experiments. A moderate and a small ratio of upstream main channel discharge to downstream channel discharge are studied. Intercomparison of the experimental results shows some distinct changes in the flow features.
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SEPARATION ZONE, JUNCTION FLOW, BED DISCORDANCE

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Schindfessel, Laurent, Stéphan Creëlle, Thomas Boelens, et al. “Flow Patterns in an Open Channel Confluence with a Small Ratio of Main Channel to Tributary Discharge.” RIVER FLOW 2014. Ed. Anton Schleiss et al. London, UK: Taylor & Francis Group, 2014. 989–996. Print.
APA
Schindfessel, L., Creëlle, S., Boelens, T., & De Mulder, T. (2014). Flow patterns in an open channel confluence with a small ratio of main channel to tributary discharge. In A. Schleiss, G. De Cesare, M. Franca, & M. Pfister (Eds.), RIVER FLOW 2014 (pp. 989–996). Presented at the 7th International Conference on Fluvial Hydraulics (River Flow), London, UK: Taylor & Francis Group.
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Schindfessel, Laurent, Stéphan Creëlle, Thomas Boelens, and Tom De Mulder. 2014. “Flow Patterns in an Open Channel Confluence with a Small Ratio of Main Channel to Tributary Discharge.” In RIVER FLOW 2014, ed. Anton Schleiss, Giovanni De Cesare, Mario Franca, and Michael Pfister, 989–996. London, UK: Taylor & Francis Group.
Chicago author-date (all authors)
Schindfessel, Laurent, Stéphan Creëlle, Thomas Boelens, and Tom De Mulder. 2014. “Flow Patterns in an Open Channel Confluence with a Small Ratio of Main Channel to Tributary Discharge.” In RIVER FLOW 2014, ed. Anton Schleiss, Giovanni De Cesare, Mario Franca, and Michael Pfister, 989–996. London, UK: Taylor & Francis Group.
Vancouver
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Schindfessel L, Creëlle S, Boelens T, De Mulder T. Flow patterns in an open channel confluence with a small ratio of main channel to tributary discharge. In: Schleiss A, De Cesare G, Franca M, Pfister M, editors. RIVER FLOW 2014. London, UK: Taylor & Francis Group; 2014. p. 989–96.
IEEE
[1]
L. Schindfessel, S. Creëlle, T. Boelens, and T. De Mulder, “Flow patterns in an open channel confluence with a small ratio of main channel to tributary discharge,” in RIVER FLOW 2014, Lausanne, Switserland, 2014, pp. 989–996.
@inproceedings{5698187,
  abstract     = {In this paper, time-averaged flow patterns in a 90° open channel confluence with concordant and non-movable bed are studied, for the case of a tributary discharge largely exceeding the main channel discharge. By means of LSSPIV and profiling ADV, velocity data are gathered in laboratory experiments. A moderate and a small ratio of upstream main channel discharge to downstream channel discharge are studied. Intercomparison of the experimental results shows some distinct changes in the flow features.},
  author       = {Schindfessel, Laurent and Creëlle, Stéphan and Boelens, Thomas and De Mulder, Tom},
  booktitle    = {RIVER FLOW 2014},
  editor       = {Schleiss, Anton and De Cesare, Giovanni and Franca, Mario and Pfister, Michael},
  isbn         = {9781138026742},
  keywords     = {SEPARATION ZONE,JUNCTION FLOW,BED DISCORDANCE},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Lausanne, Switserland},
  pages        = {989--996},
  publisher    = {Taylor & Francis Group},
  title        = {Flow patterns in an open channel confluence with a small ratio of main channel to tributary discharge},
  year         = {2014},
}

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