Nadjadji Anwar, Basuki Widodo : Dividing Streamline Formation Channel Confluences by Physical Modelling

Prof. Dr. Ir. Nadjadji Anwar M.Sc.
Prof. Dr. Basuki Widodo M.Sc.



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Confluence channels are often found in open channel network system and is the most important element. The incoming flow from the branch channel to the main cause various forms and cause vortex flow. Phenomenon can cause erosion of the side wall of the channel, the bed channel scour and sedimentation in the downstream confluence channel. To control these problems needed research into the current width of the branch channel. The incoming flow from the branch channel to the main channel flow bounded by a line distributors (dividing streamline). In this paper, the wide dividing streamline observed in the laboratory using a physical model of two open channels, a square that formed an angle of 30ยบ. Observations were made with a variety of flow coming from each channel. The results obtained in the laboratory observation that the width of dividing streamline flow is influenced by the discharge ratio between the channel branch with the main channel. While the results of a comparison with previous studies showing that the observation in the laboratory is smaller than the results of previous research.