publication . Article . 2018

A Study of Sedimentation at the River Estuary on the Change of Reservoir Storage

null Iskahar; null Suripin; null Isdiyana;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2018 Journal: E3S Web of Conferences (issn: 2267-1242, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: EDP Sciences
<jats:p>Estuary of the river that leads to the reservoir has characteristics include: relatively flat, there is a change in the increase of wet cross-sectional area and backwater. The backwater will cause the flow velocity to be reduced, so that the grains of sediment with a certain diameter carried by the flow will settle in the estuary of the river. The purpose of this research is to know the distribution and sedimentation pattern at the river estuary that leads to the reservoir with the change of water level in the reservoir storage, so the solution can be found to remove / reduce sediment before entering the reservoir. The method used is the experimental, by...
free text keywords: Environmental sciences, GE1-350
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