A discussion of Bagnold's (1956) bedload transport theory in relation to recent developments in bedload modelling

A discussion of Bagnold's (1956) bedload transport theory in relation to recent developments in... Department of Geological Sciences, State University of New York, Binghamton, New Y r 13901. U.S.A. ok Received 31 January 1980 Revised 1 April 1980 KEY WORDS Bedload theory Bagnold Since Bagnold’s (1956) classic paper on the bedload stresses set up during transport of cohesionless grains in fluids, many authors have quoted his work but only recently have his assumptions been examined critically (e.g. Allen (1972); Pratt (1973); Luque and Van Beek (1976); Engelund and Fredsoe (1976); Leeder (1977, 1979a, b); Allen and Leeder (1980)). In particular, a recent sediment transport model by Engelund and Fredsoe (1976), which is both simple and apparently accurate, uses many of Bagnold’s concepts, and results in a very similar bedload function. This note is intended to show how some of Bagnold’s earlier and latest ideas are confirmed and modified by this recent work, and to tentatively suggest further improvement. The following bedload transport theory is taken largely from Engelund and Fredsoe (1976) but with some modifications. Consider the average drag force, F, acting on a single sphere moving over a plane bed. For steady , average motion o the grain the applied fluid force must be resisted by a frictional force resulting from http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Earth Surface Processes and Landforms Wiley

A discussion of Bagnold's (1956) bedload transport theory in relation to recent developments in bedload modelling

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Wiley
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Copyright © 1981 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd
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0197-9337
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1096-9837
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10.1002/esp.3290060213
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Department of Geological Sciences, State University of New York, Binghamton, New Y r 13901. U.S.A. ok Received 31 January 1980 Revised 1 April 1980 KEY WORDS Bedload theory Bagnold Since Bagnold’s (1956) classic paper on the bedload stresses set up during transport of cohesionless grains in fluids, many authors have quoted his work but only recently have his assumptions been examined critically (e.g. Allen (1972); Pratt (1973); Luque and Van Beek (1976); Engelund and Fredsoe (1976); Leeder (1977, 1979a, b); Allen and Leeder (1980)). In particular, a recent sediment transport model by Engelund and Fredsoe (1976), which is both simple and apparently accurate, uses many of Bagnold’s concepts, and results in a very similar bedload function. This note is intended to show how some of Bagnold’s earlier and latest ideas are confirmed and modified by this recent work, and to tentatively suggest further improvement. The following bedload transport theory is taken largely from Engelund and Fredsoe (1976) but with some modifications. Consider the average drag force, F, acting on a single sphere moving over a plane bed. For steady , average motion o the grain the applied fluid force must be resisted by a frictional force resulting from

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Earth Surface Processes and LandformsWiley

Published: Mar 1, 1981

References

  • Criteria for the instability of upper‐stage plane beds
    Allen, Allen; Leeder, Leeder

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