Model:GravelSandTransition

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GravelSandTransition




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Model type Tool
Model part of larger framework
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Spatial dimensions 1D
Spatial extent Watershed-Scale
Model domain Terrestrial, Hydrology
One-line model description E-book: Calculator for evolution of long profile of river with a migrating gravel-sand transition and subject to subsidence or base level rise.
Extended model description This model calculates the long profile of a river with a gravel-sand transition. The model uses two grain sizes: size Dg for gravel and size Ds for sand. The river is assumed to be in flood for the fraction of time Ifg for the gravel-bed reach and fraction Ifs for the sand-bed reach. All sediment transport is assumed to take place when the river is in flood.

Gravel transport is computed using the Parker (1979) approximation of the Einstein (1950) bedload transport relation. Sand transport is computed using the total bed material transport relation of Engelund and Hansen (1967).

In this simple model the gravel is not allowed to abrade. Both the gravel-bed and sand-bed reaches carry the same flood discharge Qbf.

Gravel is transported as bed material in, and deposits only in the gravel-bed reach. A small residual of gravel load is incorporated into the sand at the gravel-sand transition. Sand is transported as washload in the gravel-bed reach, and as bed material load in the sand-bed reach.

The model allows for depositional widths Bdgrav and Bdsand that are wider than the corresponding bankfull channel widths Bgrav and Bsand of the gravel-bed and sand-bed channels. As the channel aggrades, it is assumed to migrate and avulse to deposit sediment across the entire depositional width. For each unit of gravel deposited in the gravel-bed reach, it is assumed that Lamsg units of sand are deposited. For each unit of sand deposited on the sand-bed reach, it is assumed that Lamms units of mud are deposited.

The gravel-bed reach has sinuosity Omegag and the sand-bed reach has sinuosity Omegas.

Bed resistance is computed through the use of two specified constant Chezy resistance coefficients; Czg for the gravel-bed reach and Czs for the sand-bed reach.

Keywords:

bed evolution, subside, fluvial morphodynamics,


First name Gary
Last name Parker
Type of contact Model developer
Institute / Organization University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Postal address 1 205 North Mathews Ave
Postal address 2
Town / City Urbana
Postal code 61801
State Illinois
Country United States
Email address parkerg@illinois.edu
Phone 217 244-5159
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Supported platforms Linux, Mac OS, Windows
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Programming language C
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Code optimized Single Processor
Multiple processors implemented
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Start year development 1990
Does model development still take place? No
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Code development status As is, no updates are provided
When did you indicate the 'code development status'? 2020
Model availability As code
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Source csdms web address https://github.com/csdms-contrib/stm
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Is there a manual available? No
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Model website if any http://hydrolab.illinois.edu/people/parkerg/morphodynamics_e-book.htm
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OpenMI compliant No but possible
BMI compliant Yes
WMT component No but possible
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DOI model 10.1594/IEDA/100133
For model version 1.0
Year version submitted 2011
Link to file https://csdms.colorado.edu/pub/models/doi-source-code/stm-10.1594.IEDA.100182-1.0.tar.gz
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Featured publication(s)YearModel describedType of ReferenceCitations
Parker, G.; 2011. GravelSandTransition, version 1.0.. , , https://csdms.colorado.edu/pub/models/doi-source-code/stm-10.1594.IEDA.100182-1.0.tar.gz. 10.1594/IEDA/100133
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