|Statement||by William W. Emmett, Robert M. Myrick, and Holly A. Martinson|
|Series||Open-file report -- 85-486, U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 85-486|
|Contributions||Myrick, Robert M, Martinson, Holly A, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
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HYDRAULIC AND SEDIMENT TRANSPORT DATA, EAST FORK RIVER, WYOMING, By William W. Emmett, Robert M. Myrick, and Holly A. Martinson ABSTRACT A bedload trap was operated on the East Fork River in western Wyoming from to The following data for are presented: gage height, discharge, bedload, and suspended by: 7. Buy Hydraulic and sediment-transport data, East Fork River, Wyoming, (Open-file report) by William W Emmett (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on Author: William W Emmett. Hydraulics of Sediment Transport 39 slope S the hydraulic radius R h, and a coefficient which expre sses the boundary roughness. The Chézy equation is usua lly written in the form. W.W Emmett, R.M Myrick, R.H MeadeField data describing the movement and storage of sediment in the East Fork River, Wyoming: Part I. River hydraulics and sediment transport, U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report, (), p. 43Cited by:
This book summarizes and organizes the knowledge of hydraulics of sediment transport into four parts. Part 1: Short History of Sediment Transport; Part 2: Hydrodynamics of Fluid-Particle Systems; Part 3: Sediment Transport in Open Channels; and Part 4: Sediment Transport in Closed Pipes. Each of these parts are as self-contained as possible/5(3). Hydraulic and sediment-transport data, East Fork River, Wyoming, , by W.W. Emmett, R.M. Myrick, and H.A. Martinson. 37 p. Online at 4. Sediment-transport equations for upper Yellowstone River based on sediment and hydraulic data, Yellowstone River at Pine Creek Bridge, Montana. 5. Instantaneous-peak and maximum daily mean discharges used to develop synthetic-flood hydrographs, Yellowstone River near Livingston, Montana. 6. Bedload is moved down the East Fork River in distinct wavelike pulses that have the form of composite dune fields The moving material consists mostly of coarse sand and fine gravel The wavelengths of the pulses are about – m, a distance that is predetermined by the pattern of stoage of bed sediment in the river during low water As the river discharge increases, the bed Cited by: