Publication: Research - peer-review › Journal article – Annual report year: 2006
The cyclic behavior of breaking antidunes (growth, breaking of surface wave, obliteration) is investigated by use of a numerical model. The model includes the transition between supercritical and transcritical flow. As the antidune grows the flow becomes transcritical and a hydraulic jump is formed upstream of the antidune crest. The relation between growth of the antidune and supercritical flow and between decay and transcritical flow is shown, and the significance of hysteresis in the flow conditions is investigated.
|Journal||Journal of Hydraulic Engineering-asce|
|State||Published - 2006|
- alluvial streams, numerical models, sediment transport, transcritical flow, fluvial hydraulics, suspended load, bedforms