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Modeling pollutant transport in overland flow over non-planar and non-homogenous infiltrating surfaces
(Zhejiang University Press, 2013-02)
Pollutant transport in overland flow over surfaces with spatially varying microtopography, roughness, and infiltration was investigated using the diffusion wave equation and transport rate-based equation. The finite volume ...
Numerical model for sediment transport over nonplanar, nonhomogeneous surfaces
(American Society of Civil Engineers, 2004-01)
Sediment transport on surfaces with spatially variable microtopography, roughness, and infiltration was investigated using the diffusion wave equation. An implicit finite-difference scheme together with multivariate Newton's ...
Numerical modeling of transport processes at hillslope scale accounting for local physical features
(Nova Science Publishers, 2011-01-01)
Hillslope is the basic unit of a watershed. Typical hillslopes may have a size of 1000 m long and 500 m wide. For watershed modeling, it is essential to accurately describe the illslope-scale processes of flow, erosion and ...
Modeling two-dimensional erosion process over infiltrating surfaces
(American Society of Civil Engineers, 2001-05)
The physics-based modeling of the rainfall-runoff induced erosion process is accomplished. The existing one-dimensional erosion process equations are extended to two dimensions and kinematic wave approximation is used. The ...