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A method is presented which enables the computation of the bed-load transport as the product of the saltation height, the particle velocity and the bed-load concentration. Bed-material load is that part of the total load that is composed of particle sizes present in appreciable quantities in the shifting portions of the streambed (ASTM 0000156820 00000 n 0000003724 00000 n 0000161924 00000 n The science of sediment transport deals with the interrelationship between flowing water and sediment particles and therefore understanding of the physical properties of water and sediment is essential to our study of sediment transport. 0000161531 00000 n View Sediment Transport Lab Experiment.pdf from GEOLOGY 123 at Universitas Padjadjaran. 358 0 obj <> endobj 0000162900 00000 n 1. 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