Alluvial streams, Civil Engineering

Alluvial Streams:

In alluvial streams, the regime width of a river is calculated from the Lacey's formula :

W = 4.8 Q½

where  W = Regime width in m, and

Q = Discharge in cu m per sec.

The waterway is kept equal to the regime width.

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