Sean J. Bennett mainly focuses on Sediment transport, Turbulence, Mechanics, Bedform and Geotechnical engineering. Sean J. Bennett has included themes like Flow separation and Flume in his Sediment transport study. His Bedform research incorporates themes from Bed load, Open-channel flow and Mean flow.
Sean J. Bennett has researched Mean flow in several fields, including Flow velocity and Geomorphology. His Geotechnical engineering study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Magnitude and Sediment. His work carried out in the field of Sediment brings together such families of science as Flow, Surface runoff and Erosion.
His primary areas of investigation include Hydrology, Sediment, Sediment transport, Erosion and Turbulence. His Sediment research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Soil science, Watershed, Drainage basin and Flow, Flume. His Sediment transport research focuses on Bedform in particular.
His Erosion study combines topics in areas such as Ephemeral key, Drainage and Soil retrogression and degradation. His Turbulence research is within the category of Mechanics. His Mechanics study typically links adjacent topics like Geotechnical engineering.
Sean J. Bennett spends much of his time researching Hydrology, Flow, Turbulence, Sediment and Geotechnical engineering. Many of his studies on Hydrology involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Mussel. His study with Turbulence involves better knowledge in Mechanics.
His work on Particle image velocimetry and Secondary flow as part of general Mechanics study is frequently connected to Closure, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His Sediment research focuses on Hydrology and how it connects with Flow resistance. His work deals with themes such as Drag, Drag coefficient, Shear stress, Jet and Erosion, which intersect with Geotechnical engineering.
Sean J. Bennett mostly deals with Hydrology, Rill, STREAMS, Turbulence kinetic energy and Turbulence. His work in the fields of Hydrogeology, Stream order and Watershed overlaps with other areas such as Soil functions. Sean J. Bennett combines subjects such as Bed load and Sediment transport with his study of STREAMS.
His Turbulence kinetic energy study incorporates themes from Magnitude and Flume. His Turbulence study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Drag, Drag coefficient, River restoration and Channel bank. Flow is the subject of his research, which falls under Mechanics.
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Mean flow and turbulence structure over fixed, two-dimensional dunes: implications for sediment transport and bedform stability
S. J. Bennett;J. L. Best.
A MODEL FOR THE ENTRAINMENT AND TRANSPORT OF SEDIMENT GRAINS OF MIXED SIZES, SHAPES, AND DENSITIES
John S. Bridge;Sean J. Bennett.
Water Resources Research (1992)
Velocity structure, turbulence and fluid stresses in experimental gravity currents
Benjamin C. Kneller;Sean J. Bennett;William D. McCaffrey.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1999)
TURBULENCE MODULATION AND PARTICLE VELOCITIES OVER FLAT SAND BEDS AT LOW TRANSPORT RATES
James Leonard Best;Sean Bennett;John Bridge;Mike Leeder.
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering (1997)
Using simulated emergent vegetation to alter stream flow direction within a straight experimental channel
Sean J Bennett;Taner Pirim;Brian D Barkdoll.
A depth‐averaged two‐dimensional model for flow, sediment transport, and bed topography in curved channels with riparian vegetation
Weiming Wu;F. Douglas Shields;Sean J. Bennett;Sam S. Y. Wang.
Water Resources Research (2005)
Spectral analysis of turbulent flow and suspended sediment transport over fixed dunes
Jeremy G. Venditti;Sean J. Bennett.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2000)
Experiments on headcut growth and migration in concentrated flows typical of upland areas
Sean J. Bennett;Carlos V. Alonso;Shyam N. Prasad;Mathias J. M. Römkens.
Water Resources Research (2000)
Fluid and sediment dynamics of upper stage plane beds
Sean J. Bennett;Sean J. Bennett;John S. Bridge;James L. Best.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1998)
Bed form initiation from a flat sand bed
Jeremy G. Venditti;Jeremy G. Venditti;Michael A. Church;Sean J. Bennett.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2005)
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