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Spatial structure of a jet flow at a river mouth

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The present work concentrates on the latest data measured in the Jordan river flow in lake Kinneret. Spectral characteristics of fluctuating velocity components have been obtained and processed. The three-dimensional structure of turbulence along the flow has been described. The main features of the jet flow turbulence in the river mouth are: a) The supply of turbulent energy changes due to different mechanisms along the flow. b) The structure of turbulence formed in the river decays rapidly along the flow, and c) In the sand area and beyond it, a significant generation of turbulent energy occurs. Quantitative estimations of the above effects were carried out.

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  1. Shteinman, B., Gutman A., Mechrez E. (1992):Laboratory Study of the Turbulent structure of a Channel Jet Flowing into an Open Basin.Boundary-Layer Meteorology 62, 411–416, 1993 (this volume).

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Shteinman, B., Mechrez, E. & Gutman, A. Spatial structure of a jet flow at a river mouth. Boundary-Layer Meteorol 62, 379–383 (1993). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00705566

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Keywords

  • Velocity Component
  • Spatial Structure
  • Spectral Characteristic
  • Significant Generation
  • Quantitative Estimation