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Research on the Sediment Characteristics in Change Structural Shape of Agricultural Irrigation
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Research on the Sediment Characteristics in Change Structural Shape of Agricultural Irrigation
Park, Jung Koo; Kim, Myeong Hwan; Song, Chang Seob;
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The objective of this study was to evaluate the performance of selected sediment reduction methods to reduce sediment discharges from drain and irrigation of different types (concrete canals, soil canals). This study was carried out to analysis for the suspended sediment concentration and sediment of drain and irrigation by velocity of flow. The results of study were analysised and summerized as follow. Sedimentation characteristics and size of soil sediment from the concrete and soil canals of downstream smaller than upstream. Suspended sediment concentration and flow times from the suggestion canals bigger than open canal. Structural shape of the canal decreases the velocity of flow also affects the suspended sediment concentration and flow times.
Concrete canal;Soil canal;Sediment;Suspended load;
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