Using a Modified Lane’s Relation in Local Bed Scouring Studies in the Laboratory Channel
AbstractNumerous approaches to local scour forming studies have been developed. This paper presents different scientific approaches to the scour phenomenon using Lane’s relation  in its modified form during laboratory studies. The original Lane’s relation is applicable in dynamic balance conditions in alluvial rivers context, and it is not an equation, but a qualitative expression which cannot be directly used to estimate the influence of a change in one parameter on the magnitude of others. Lane's relation, despite its qualitative and simplified character, serves well to describe the nature of the process of forming alluvial stream channels, while modified relation allows transforming it into an equation for laboratory studies of local scour forming in prearranged clear-water equilibrium conditions and gives a new opportunity for this principle application. View Full-Text
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Kiraga, M.; Popek, Z. Using a Modified Lane’s Relation in Local Bed Scouring Studies in the Laboratory Channel. Water 2016, 8, 16.
Kiraga M, Popek Z. Using a Modified Lane’s Relation in Local Bed Scouring Studies in the Laboratory Channel. Water. 2016; 8(1):16.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kiraga, Marta; Popek, Zbigniew. 2016. "Using a Modified Lane’s Relation in Local Bed Scouring Studies in the Laboratory Channel." Water 8, no. 1: 16.
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