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Anish Khanal
Anish Khanal
WEST Consultants, Inc.
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Evaluating a process‐based model for use in streambank stabilization: insights on the Bank Stability and Toe Erosion Model (BSTEM)
K Klavon, G Fox, L Guertault, E Langendoen, H Enlow, R Miller, A Khanal
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 42 (1), 191-213, 2017
782017
Variability of erodibility parameters from laboratory mini jet erosion tests
A Khanal, GA Fox, AT Al-Madhhachi
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 21 (10), 04016030, 2016
512016
Comparison of linear and nonlinear models for cohesive sediment detachment: Rill erosion, hole erosion test, and streambank erosion studies
A Khanal, KR Klavon, GA Fox, ER Daly
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 142 (9), 04016026, 2016
402016
Detachment characteristics of root-permeated soils from laboratory jet erosion tests
A Khanal, GA Fox
Ecological Engineering 100, 335-343, 2017
282017
Assessment of chevron dikes for the enhancement of physical-aquatic habitat within the Middle Mississippi River, USA
JWF Remo, A Khanal, N Pinter
Journal of hydrology 501, 146-162, 2013
242013
Soil moisture impacts linear and nonlinear erodibility parameters from jet erosion tests
A Khanal, GA Fox, L Guertault
Transactions of the ASABE 63 (4), 1123-1131, 2020
72020
Evaluating a process-based model for use in streambank stabilization and stream restoration: insights on the bank stability and toe erosion model (BSTEM)
K Klavon, G Fox, L Guertault, E Langendoen, H Enlow, R Miller, A Khanal
2017
A comparative study of erodibility models and investigation of influential factors in estimation of their parameters from laboratory mini-jets
A Khanal
Oklahoma State University, 2016
2016
Justifying the Use of a Nonlinear Detachment Model for Cohesive Soil Erosion
KR Klavon, A Khanal, GA Fox, ER Daly
2015 ASABE Annual International Meeting, 1, 2015
2015
A two dimensional hydrodynamic numerical simulation study of flow around chevrons
A Khanal
Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, 2012
2012
Nonlinear Detachment Model for Soil Erodibility: Application and Incorporation into a Streambank Erosion and Stability Model
A Khanal, K Klavon, GA Fox, ER Daly
World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2015, 1769-1780, 0
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