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The limits of movement and quantification of bedload amount for gravel-bed rivers
Roušar, Ladislav ; Matoušek, Václav (referee) ; Tůma, Antonín (referee) ; Veselý, Jaroslav (advisor)
Doctoral thesis in detail and comprehensively deals with mechanic of incipient bedload motion for gravel-bed rivers. This study based on theoretical knowledge, experimental researches, numerical models and field survey extends present knowledge concerning with incipient bedload motion and sediment transport at small relative height and hydraulically rough surface bed for turbulent unaerated free surface flow. Incipient bedload motion and sediment transport have been determined for homogeneous and inhomogeneous bed materials. For homogeneous bed material the velocity profiles have been described by different methods in near the bed. Further, hydraulic flow resistance has been evaluated. In the case of inhomogeneous bed material, static armouring and influence of surface layer sorting on hydraulic roughness have been investigated. The correctness of obtained knowledge has been confirmed on the object of nature-inspired river widening. Results shown, among others, that incipient bedload motion does not depend on relative height or final armouring of surface layer to what extend hydraulic roughness is influenced.
Experimental validation of granular flow kinetic theory under turbulent flow conditions
Haidl, Jan ; Chára, Zdeněk ; Matoušek, Václav
The mixed classical and extended kinetic theory of granular ows is used for modeling the characteristics of particles-water turbulent sheet ow. The open-source solver sedFoam v3.1 is used for the 1-D and 2-D ow simulations. The simulation results are compared to the experimental data measured in the open channel. After that, the simulation parameters are optimized to achieve the best possible agreement between the simulation and the experimental results. The unsatisfactory performance of the KT models and the observed simulation instabilities are discussed.
Analysis of the flow of a bimodal suspension at the pipe wall
Chára, Zdeněk ; Matoušek, Václav ; Novotný, Jakub ; Konfršt, Jiří
In the paper, the attention is focused on the flow of bimodal suspensions, where the coarse fraction is combined with the fine fraction with the resulting effect of reducing the total pressure losses. Using the PIV and PTV methods, the flow at the bottom of the pipe is analyzed. Using this approach, the velocities of both the bimodal mixture and the individual particle velocities of the coarse fraction were obtained. The velocities of the coarse particles were higher than the velocities of the fine fraction.

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