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Determination of the Hydrodynamic Resistance Coefficient for Bodies Installed on the Bottom of Turbulent Flow

  • I. A. BryanskiiEmail author
  • V. S. Borovkov
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A method for calculating the hydrodynamic resistance coefficient of bodies of various form installed at the bottom of turbulent flow is examined. Using a power series velocity profile and the proposed calculation plan, which relates the resistance of a freely streamlined body and the object on the screen, a relation was derived between the appropriate coefficients of resistance of these bodies, taking account of the resistance of the screen. The materials in this paper are of timely nature, in connection with hydraulic engineering construction of various structures that interact with water flows, including pipeline systems for different purposes.

Keywords

river flow flow past bottom obstacles velocity profile hydrodynamic resistance coefficient of an obstacle 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Moscow State University of Civil EngineeringMoscowRussia

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