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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 ...
Applicability of sediment transport capacity models for nonsteady state erosion from steep slopes
(American Society of Civil Engineers, 2002-05)
The physics-based sediment transport equations are derived from the assumption that the sediment transport rate can be determined by a dominant variable such as flow discharge, flow velocity, slope, shear stress, stream ...
Modelling sediment transport from bare rilled hillslopes by areally averaged transport equations
Treating the dynamics of sediment transport as two-dimensional on interrill-areas and as one-dimensional in rill sections, areally averaged sheet sediment transport equations are developed. The two-dimensional sheet sediment ...
Empirical sediment transport models based on indoor rainfall simulator and erosion flume experimental data
Land degradation processes start with accelerated runoff and sediment delivery. In this study, rainfall-runoff induced sediment transport is investigated using data from an indoor laboratory experimental setup consisting ...