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標題: 草溝之水理實驗及設計
Hydraulic Experiments and Design in a Vegetated Channel
作者: 林羿丞
Lin, I-Cheng
關鍵字: flume test;渠槽試驗;grassed channel;植生渠道;曼寧粗糙係數
出版社: 水土保持學系所
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In order to protect the ecological system, the proportion of using concrete to construct drainage facilities should be reduced, and some non-major drainage facilities could be replaced with grassed channels. This experiment was executed with two kinds of soil, three kinds of grass and three kinds of channel''s slope to analyze the designs of grassed channel and to seek the best one. The results of this study fit in with the analytical solution of Shiu''s (2003). Relati/onships between the relative height and the mean velocity explain that the effect to slow the velocity down of Centipede grass is the best, that of Bermuda grass is the second, and that of Carpet grass (Broad leaf) is the worst whatever the bottom is yellow loam or red loam.
After the experiment, calculation and comparison, the velocity estimated by Manning''s formula is always larger than that obtained by other methods whatever the slope of channel or the vegetation is. It indicates that the design of drainage facilities by Manning''s formula is often different from the reality. The results of this experiment approach to the analytical solution of Shiu''s (2003). According to the solution of Shiu''s (2003), we plot the relationship between the relative height and the mean velocity for three kinds of grass under different soil and slope, and we provide the designing case to compare with the application of Manning''s formula.
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