Dispersion and blockage effects in the flow over a sill
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The problem of a homogeneous heavy liquid flow over a local obstacle is considered in the long-wave approximation. The steady and unsteady waves in the vicinity of the obstacle are described by second-order models of the shallow-water theory and their hyperbolic approximations. The flow in the vicinity of the leading and trailing edges of bluff bodies (sills and steps) is studied. The solution of the problem of the blocked zone upstream of the step is constructed.
Key wordshomogeneous liquid equations of the shallow-water theory dispersion effects flow over a sill
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