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Morris, Mark
Courivaud, Jean-Robert
Moran, Rafael
Toledo, Miguel Á.
Picault, Christophe
2021-07-12T12:01:18Z
2021-07-12T12:01:18Z
2021
http://hdl.handle.net/10890/15544
Predicting breach erosion processes is essential for the effective risk management of both dams and levees. In recent years, a variety of research efforts have improved our knowledge of erosion processes, and in particular validation of the work on headcut erosion through cohesive soils performed at USDA-HERU. A similar level of analysis and validation is required for coarser grained and mixed materials to provide a clearer overview of when breach erosion processes change from headcut through surface erosion to slumping of rockfill. This paper presents an update on progress with a programme of research being implemented by EDF which investigates (i) how macro erosion processes change in relation to soil type and state, (ii) the validity of soil erosion relationships used for coarser and mixed grained erosion and (iii) the performance of breach models in predicting the breaching processes through an integrated programme of large-scale field and medium-scale laboratory tests.
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Industry Research into Dam and Levee Breach Erosion Through Coarser Grained Materials
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Full or partial reprint or use of the papers is encouraged, subject to due acknowledgement of the authors and its publication in these proceedings. The copyright of the research resides with the authors of the paper, with the FLOODrisk consortium.
2021.06.22-2021.06.24
Online
10.3311/FloodRisk2020.17.14
2021
Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Online
Science and practice for an uncertain future
breach
soil erosion
field test facilities
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FLOODrisk 2020 - 4th European Conference on Flood Risk Management


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