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Special volume 56 (3): Rough-bed Flows in Geophysical, Environmental, and Engineering Systems: Double Averaging Approach and its Applications; Guest Editors: Vladimir I. Nikora and Paweł M. Rowiński


Nikora, V.I., Rowiński, P.M.

Rough-bed flows in geophysical, environmental, and engineering systems: Double-Averaging Approach and its applications. Preface to the special issue

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Finnigan, J., Shaw, R.H.

Double-averaging methodology and its application to turbulent flow in and above vegetation canopies

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De Lemos, M.

Analysis of turbulent flows in fixed and moving permeable media

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Aberle, J., Koll, K., Dittrich, A.

Form induced stresses over rough gravel-beds

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Mignot, E., Barthélemy, E., Hurther, D.

Turbulent kinetic energy budget in a gravel-bed channel flow

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Cooper, J.R., Tait, S.J.

The spatial organisation of time-averaged streamwise velocity and its correlation with the surface topography of water-worked gravel beds

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Cameron, S.M., Nikora, V.I., Coleman, S.E.

Double-averaged velocity and stress distributions for hydraulically-smooth and transitionally-rough turbulent flows

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Radice, A., Ballio, F.

Double-average characteristics of sediment motion in one-dimensional bed load

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McLean, S.R., Nikora, V.I., Coleman, S.E.

Double-averaged velocity profiles over fixed dune shapes

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Coleman, S.E., Nikora, V.I., Schlicke, T.

Spatially-averaged oscillatory flow over a rough bed

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Lanzoni, S.

Mathematical modelling of bedload transport over partially dry areas

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Nepf, H., Ghisalberti, M.

Flow and transport in channels with submerged vegetation

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Poggi, D., Katul, G.G.

Micro- and macro-dispersive fluxes in canopy flows

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Righetti, M.

Flow analysis in a channel with flexible vegetation using double-averaging method

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Pokrajac, D., Manes, C.

Interface between turbulent flows above and within rough porous walls

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Manes, C., Pokrajac, D., Coceal, O., McEwan, I.  

On the significance of form-induced stress in rough wall turbulent boundary layers

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Coceal, O., Thomas, T.G., Belcher, S.E.

Spatially-averaged flow statistics within a canopy of large bluff bodies: Results from direct numerical simulations

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Stoesser, T., Nikora, V.I.

Flow structure over square bars at intermediate submergence: Large Eddy Simulation study of bar spacing effect

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Souliotis, D., Prinos, P.

Turbulence in vegetated flows: Volume-average analysis and modelling aspects

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Walters, R.A., Plew, D.R.

Numerical modeling of environmental flows using DAM: Some preliminary results

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Special volume 56 (3): Rough-bed Flows in Geophysical, Environmental, and Engineering Systems: Double Averaging Approach and its Applications; Guest Editors: Vladimir I. Nikora and Paweł M. Rowiński


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