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Research on Plane 2-D Sediment Model of a Watercourse on Yangtze River

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To provide basis for sand excavation of hydraulic fill and land forming in Daohukou region in a watercourse (Wuhan reach) on Yangtze River, a 2-D water-sand mathematic model of this river reach is established. The variation of water levels of this reach and the back silting of watercourse after sand excavation are calculated. The rationality of the results calculated by this model and the measured data are validated and analyzed. The results show that, this model is reasonable and reliable.

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Y. FAN, "Research on Plane 2-D Sediment Model of a Watercourse on Yangtze River," Journal of Water Resource and Protection, Vol. 1 No. 4, 2009, pp. 265-270. doi: 10.4236/jwarp.2009.14032.


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