FLUVIAL HYDRAULICS
Stampa
Anno immatricolazione
2016/2017
Anno offerta
2017/2018
Normativa
DM270
SSD
ICAR/01 (IDRAULICA)
Dipartimento
DIPARTIMENTO DI INGEGNERIA CIVILE E ARCHITETTURA
Corso di studio
INGEGNERIA CIVILE
Curriculum
Idraulico
Anno di corso
Periodo didattico
Primo Semestre (02/10/2017 - 19/01/2018)
Crediti
6
Ore
51 ore di attività frontale
Lingua insegnamento
English
Tipo esame
SCRITTO E ORALE CONGIUNTI
Docente
GHILARDI PAOLO (titolare) - 6 CFU
Prerequisiti
Basic knowledge of hydraulics or fluid mechanics
Obiettivi formativi
The course will focus on hydraulics of natural streams, solid transport mechanics, and related hydrodynamic processes.
The student wll learn to compute free surface profiles in river flows and basic applications of sediment transport dynamics
Programma e contenuti
1. Basics of Natural Streams Hydrodynamics – Momentum and Energy equations, Turbulence and Velocity Distribution in Natural Streams Flows, Secondary Currents and Dip Phenomenon, Velocity and Bed Shear Stress Distribution in Curved Channels, Shear Stress for Unsteady-Nonuniform Flow.
2. Solid Transport Threshold – Hydrodynamic Drag and Lift on a Solid Grain, Threshold Velocity, Threshold Bed Shear Stress, Probabilistic Concept of Entrainment, Threshold of Nonuniform Sediment Motion.
3. Bed-Load Transport – Empirical Relationships Involving Bed Shear Stress, Discharge or Velocity; Probabilistic Concepts: Einstein’s Model, Engelund and Fredsøe’s Model; Deterministic Concepts: Bagnold’s Model, Fractional Bed Load of Nonuniform Sediments; Sediment Sorting and Streambed Armoring.
4. Suspended-Load Transport – Diffusion Concept: Generalized Advection–Diffusion Equation of Suspended Sediment Motion, Equation for Vertical Distribution of Sediment Concentration, Stratification Effects, Nonequilibrium Sediment Concentration Distribution, Suspended Load. Threshold Condition for Sediment Suspension. Wash Load.
5. Total-Load Transport – Einstein’s Model, Bagnold Model, Chang Model. Engelund and Hansen’s Model. Ackers and White’s Model. Total-Load Transport of Nonuniform Sediments.
6. Bedforms – Ripples, Dunes, Antidunes, Chutes and Pools, Bars. Models for Prediction of Bedforms. Resistance to Flow Due to Bedforms: Einstein’s Method, Engelund and Hansen method, van Rijn’s Method.
7. Meandering and Braiding – Meander Planform Characteristics, Mathematical Modeling of Meandering Rivers (Ikeda and Nishimura’s, Odgaard’s). Braided Rivers.
8. Scour: General Scour, Scour Within Channel Contractions, Scour Near Structures. Scour at Bridge Piers and Abutments. Kinematic Model of Horseshoe Vortex. Scour Depth Prediction and Countermeasures.
Metodi didattici
Lectures with slides and multimedia projection; numerical exercises in computer room
Testi di riferimento
• Dey, S., Fluvial Hydrodynamics: Hydrodynamic and Sediment Transport Phenomena, Springer-Verlag, 2014
• Garcia, M., (ed.), Sedimentation Engineering: Processes, Measurements, Modeling, and Practice, Asce Manual and Reports on Engineering Practice No. 110
• Course notes, scientific papers and other material will be provided during the course.
Modalità verifica apprendimento
Oral exam
Altre informazioni
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