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Experimental Analysis on the Behavior of Alternate Bars in a Channel with a Spur Dike
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  • Journal title : Ecology and Resilient Infrastructure
  • Volume 3, Issue 1,  2016, pp.8-13
  • Publisher : Korean Society of Ecology and Infrastructure Engineering
  • DOI : 10.17820/eri.2016.3.1.008
 Title & Authors
Experimental Analysis on the Behavior of Alternate Bars in a Channel with a Spur Dike
Jang, Chang-Lae; Song, Youngjin;
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 Abstract
This study investigated the effects of a spur dike on the development processes, the migration, and the wave length of alternate bars with laboratory experiments. The bar wave length was shown to be shorter as the spur dikes got longer. The forcing effects of a long spur dike on the behavior of alternate bars were stronger than those of a shorter one. However, the bar height was not affected by the variation of the length of a spur dike. The bar migration speed was in inverse proportion to the bar wave length.
 Keywords
Alternate bar;Bar height;Bar migration speed;Spur dike;
 Language
Korean
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