Modeling of Kampar River Discharge as a Solitary Wave
Keywords:Bono wave, Kampar River, KdV equations, soliton theory, tidal bore.
The propagation of tidal bore in Kampar River is investigated through a soliton theory. For far field region, the Bono wave can be treated as a solitary wave propagates on the open channel flow. The wave propagation in term of the Korteweg-de Vries (KdV) equations will be described. A single soliton solution and environmental effect will be obtained. The result shows that the amplitude of tidal bore is about 5m it will have the velocity 11.6 m/s and its wavelength 30m. We found that the river discharge will decrease the tidal bore velocity and decay the amplitude.
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