Seepage from unlined earth channels.

Ezer, Guven


Seepage from detention basins to groundwater table.
Korkmaz, Serdar; Önder, Halil; Department of Civil Engineering (2002)
Seepage from a rectangular ditch to the groundwater table
Korkmaz, Serdar; Onder, Halil (American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), 2006-05-01)
This study presents both a numerical and an experimental solution to seepage from a rectangular ditch or elongated pond to a groundwater table of infinite horizontal extent. Because of the unknown location of the free surface, the flow domain is transformed into the complex potential plane using the inverse formulation method. where the free surface becomes a straight line. The method of finite differences was used to solve the boundary value problem. The problem was also investigated experimentally using a...
Seepage characteristics in embankments subject to variable water storages on both sides
Yanmaz, Ali Melih ( CRC Press, 2016-07-01)
Seepage Characteristics in Embankments Subject to Variable Water Storages on Both Sides
Çalamak, Melih; Yanmaz, Ali Melih (null; 2016-07-29)
Long embankments are constructed on plains to support highways and railways. Depending on the magnitude of the flood volume, topographical characteristics of the plain and surface coverage of the flood over the plain, embankments may be subject to high water levels on both sides.With the construction of series of culverts through the embankment, accumulated water on one side may transmit to the other side. In this study, effects of unsteadiness of water levels in both sides of a sample embankment are invest...
Seepage Analysis Through Earth-Fill Dams Having Random Fields
Çalamak, Melih; Yanmaz, Ali Melih; Kentel Erdoğan, Elçin (2012-10-17)
Characteristics of seepage flow through earth-fill dam bodies have been investigated intensively since this phenomenon adversely affects dam stability. In conventional approaches, seepage analyses are commonly carried out in a deterministic manner in which hydraulic and soil characteristics were accepted to be constant. However, possible variations in material characteristics may alter the flow and hydraulic head distribution in the dam body substantially. The aim of this paper is to in...
Citation Formats
G. Ezer, “Seepage from unlined earth channels.,” Middle East Technical University, 1979.