3D CFD Modeling of Local Scouring, Bed Armoring and Sediment Deposition
Abstract3D numerical models are increasingly used to simulate flow, sediment transport and morphological changes of rivers. For the simulation of bedload transport, the numerical flow model is generally coupled with an empirical sediment transport model. The application range of the most widely used empirical models is, however, often limited in terms of hydraulic and sedimentological features and therefore the numerical model can hardly be applied to complex situations where different kinds of morphological processes take place at the same time, such as local scouring, bed armoring and aggradation of finer particles. As a possible solution method for this issue, we present the combined application of two bedload transport formulas that widens the application range and thus gives more appropriate simulation results. An example of this technique is presented in the paper by combining two bedload transport formulas. For model validation, the results of a laboratory experiment, where bed armoring, local scouring and local sediment deposition processes occurred, were used. The results showed that the combined application method can improve the reliability of the numerical simulations. View Full-Text
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Török, G.T.; Baranya, S.; Rüther, N. 3D CFD Modeling of Local Scouring, Bed Armoring and Sediment Deposition. Water 2017, 9, 56.
Török GT, Baranya S, Rüther N. 3D CFD Modeling of Local Scouring, Bed Armoring and Sediment Deposition. Water. 2017; 9(1):56.Chicago/Turabian Style
Török, Gergely T.; Baranya, Sándor; Rüther, Nils. 2017. "3D CFD Modeling of Local Scouring, Bed Armoring and Sediment Deposition." Water 9, no. 1: 56.
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