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Title: EFFECT OF SPUR-DIKE INCLINATION ON SCOUR CHARACTERISTICS
Authors: Sastry, C. Lakshminarayana
Keywords: CIVIL ENGINEERING;SPUR-DIKE INCLINATION;SCOUR CHARACTERISTICS;HYDRAULICS
Issue Date: 1962
Abstract: The results of the investigation on the effect of spur-dike inclinations on scour characteristics are reported herein. Garde and $ubramanya(8)* have carried out investigations to analyse the problem of scour around spur- dikes and this study is a continuation thereof, Dimensional analysis has been carried out to determine the important parameters governing the phenomenon and to derive a functional relationship between them. This relationship has been verified with the help of experimental data collected in a 10 m. a(33 ft.) long and 1 m.(39,4 in.) wide rectangular flume, in the Hydraulics Laboratory. It has been found that the ma4 mum depth of scour increases with spur dike inclination continuously. Relationship between inclination 0 and factor "1 A, (representing the effect of spur-dike angle) has been proposed. It has been suggested that P'roude number of flow is a better criterion compared to discharge inten-sity to represent the flow characteristics.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/8033
Other Identifiers: M.Tech
metadata.dc.type: M.Tech Dessertation
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