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Modeling of solid sediment transport in mountain rivers
Kuban State Agrarian University named after I.T. Trubilina, 13, Kalinina str, 350044, Krasnodar, Russia
2 Don State Technical University, 1, Gagarin sq., 344000, Rostov-on-Don, Russia
3 National Higher Hydraulic School, Water Engineering and Environment Laboratory, Blida, Algeria
4 University Hassib Benbouali of Chlef, Laboratory of Chemistry Vegetable-Water-Energy, Algeria
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In Algeria, the problems of erosion and sediment transport are critical, since they have the most dramatic consequences of the degradation of agricultural soils on the one hand and the siltation of the dam on the other .The sediment transport in the Algerian basins is very important especially during the periods of floods, It is in this sense that this study, which consists of estimating the sediment transport in suspension and determining the models of relation linking the liquid discharge and the sediment discharge in order to estimate the solid transport in the absence of suspended sediments concentration data at the Sidi Akkacha station at the outlet of the basin of Oued Allala which is subject to a high water erosion, it degrades from one year to the other under the effect of this phenomenon especially during the floods which drain high amounts of fine particles exceeding in general, the concentration of 150 g/l, the results obtained from the application of the models are very encouraging since the correlation between liquid and solid discharge exceeds 80 %.
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