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 Rutuja Chavan,Anurag Sharma,Bimlesh Kumar.Effect of Downward Seepage on Turbulent Flow Characteristics and Bed Morphology around Bridge Piers[J].Journal of Marine Science and Application,2017,(1):60-72.[doi:10.1007/s11804-017-1394-x]
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Effect of Downward Seepage on Turbulent Flow Characteristics and Bed Morphology around Bridge Piers

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Title:
Effect of Downward Seepage on Turbulent Flow Characteristics and Bed Morphology around Bridge Piers
Author(s):
Rutuja Chavan Anurag Sharma Bimlesh Kumar
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Author(s):
Rutuja Chavan Anurag Sharma Bimlesh Kumar
Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, India-781039
Keywords:
bridge pierdownward seepagequadrant analysisReynolds stressscourvelocityturbulent flow
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DOI:
10.1007/s11804-017-1394-x
Abstract:
In this work, experimental investigations have been pursued to analyse the influence of downward seepage on the turbulent characteristics of flow and corresponding changes in vortex structure around circular bridge pier in alluvial channel. Experiments were conducted in sand bed channel with circular piers of different sizes for no seepage, 10% seepage and 20% seepage cases. The measurement of turbulent flow statistics such as velocity and Reynolds stresses is found to be negative within the scour hole at upstream of the pier whereas application of downward seepage retards the reversal of the flow causing a decrement in the velocity and Reynolds stresses. Higher Reynolds shear stress prevails at the downstream side because of the production of wake vortices. Contribution of all bursting events to the total Reynolds shear stress production has been observed to increase with downward seepage. The analysis of integral scale suggest that size of eddies increases with seepage, which is responsible for increase in particle mobility. Initially rate of scouring is more which abatements gradually with expanding time as well as with the increased of downward seepage. Presence of downward seepage reduces the depth and length of vortex and shifts towards downstream side of the pier.

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Received date:2016-05-25;Accepted date:2016-09-21。
Corresponding author:Rutuja Chavan,Email:r.chavan@iitg.ac.in
Last Update: 2017-03-25