Turbidity currents of modern methods and its correlation with the concentration of suspended particles per unit volume of the example reservoir Des (Iran)

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The problems of turbidity flow with suspended solids analyzer using photometric principle determining the light absorption and scattering in the layer of the analyte, provided that the light source and the detector is located on the same axis or at an angle 90° (nephelometer). However, to determine the rate of siltation of reservoirs, we need to know the weight of suspended particles per unit volume (concentration). Based on research conducted at the reservoir Des obtained correlations between measurements obtained with the nephelometer and the concentration of suspended solids (TSS).

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V I Elfimov

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Email: elfimov370@rambler.ru
Department of hydraulics and hydraulic structures Engineering faculty

- Khasad Khamid

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Department of hydraulics and hydraulic structures Engineering faculty

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