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Juan José Rebollo published an article in March 2019.
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Luis Garrote

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Department of Civil Engineering: Hydraulics, Energy and Environment, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, 28040 Madrid, Spain

David López

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Hydraulic Laboratory of the Hydrographical Study Center, CEDEX, Ministry of Public Works and Transport, 28005 Madrid, Spain

Tamara Ramos

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Hydraulic Laboratory of the Hydrographical Study Center, CEDEX, Ministry of Public Works and Transport, 28005 Madrid, Spain

Ricardo Herrero

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Hydraulic Laboratory of the Hydrographical Study Center, CEDEX, Ministry of Public Works and Transport, 28005 Madrid, Spain

Rubén Díaz

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Department of Infrastructures Planning, Ministry of Public Works and Transport, 28071 Madrid, Spain

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Article 0 Reads 0 Citations Experimental Analysis of the Influence of Aeration in the Energy Dissipation of Supercritical Channel Flows Juan José Rebollo, David López, Luis Garrote, Tamara Ramos, ... Published: 20 March 2019
Water, doi: 10.3390/w11030576
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Energy dissipation structures play an important role in flood risk management. Many variables need to be considered for the design of these structures. Aeration has been one of the more studied phenomena over the last years, due to its influence in the performance of hydraulic structures. The purpose of the work presented in this article is to experimentally characterize the effects of aeration on boundary friction in supercritical and fully turbulent flows. The physical model used to analyze the aeration effects consists of a spillway chute 6.5 m high and a stilling basin of 10 m length and 2 m high. A pump and compressor supply the water-air mixture and are controlled at the entrance by valves and flowmeters. The ensuing channel is monitored to determine the velocity profile and air concentration of the flow into the stilling basin. The average values of both variables and Manning’s coefficient along the channel are used to determine the relation between air concentration and energy dissipation by friction. A velocity increase with greater air entrainment has been found in all scenarios since friction is the main energy dissipation mechanism in open channels flow. Finally, an equation is proposed to characterize this evolution based on the results obtained.
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