ABSTRACT

Rivers form one of the lifelines in our society by providing essential services such as availability of fresh water, navigation, energy, ecosystem services, and flood conveyance. Because of this essential role, mankind has interfered continuously in order to benefit most and at the same time avoid adverse consequences such as flood risk and droughts. This has resulted in often highly engineered rivers with a narrow set of functions. In the last decades rivers are increasingly considered in a more holistic manner as a system with a multitude of interdependent processes. River research and engineering has therefore added to the river fundamentals also themes like ecohydraulics, consequences of climate change, and urbanisation.

River Flow 2020 contains the contributions presented at the 10th conference on Fluvial Hydraulics, River Flow 2020, organised under the auspices of the Committee on Fluvial Hydraulics of the International Association for Hydro-Environment Engineering and Research (IAHR). What should have been a lively physical gathering of researchers, students and practitioners, was converted into an online event as the COVID-19 pandemic hindered international travelling and large gatherings of people. Nevertheless, the fluvial hydraulics community showed their interest and to be very much alive with a high number of participations for such event. Since its first edition in 2002, in Louvain-la-Neuve, this series of conferences has found a large and loyal audience in the river research and engineering community while being also attractive to the new researchers and young professionals. This is highlighted by the large number of contributions applying for the Coleman award for young researchers, and also by the number of applications and attendants to the Master Classes which are aimed at young researchers and students.

River Flow 2020 aims to provide an updated overview of the ongoing research in this wide range of topics, and contains five major themes which are focus of research in the fluvial environment: river fundamentals, the digital river, the healthy river, extreme events and rivers under pressure. Other highlights of River Flow 2020 include the substantial number of interdisciplinary subthemes and sessions of special interest. The contributions will therefore be of interest to academics in hydraulics, hydrology and environmental engineering as well as practitioners that would like to be updated about the newest findings and hot themes in river research and engineering.

part |10 pages

Keynote lectures

part |207 pages

Theme: River fundamentals

chapter |9 pages

Modeling turbulent stream flows over rough permeable beds

ByG. Rousseau, I. Pascal, C. Ancey

chapter |6 pages

Secondary currents in smooth-wall open channel flow

ByM. Khanarmuei*, Y. Akutina, V. Dupuis, O. Eiff, M. Trevisson, K. Suara, R.J. Brown

chapter |8 pages

Predicting the vortex shedding frequency at an open-channel lateral cavity

ByC. Perrot-Minot, E. Mignot, N. Riviere, D. Lopez

chapter |10 pages

Apparent shear in compound channels with non-uniform flow

ByK. Devi, B.S. Das, J.R. Khuntia, K.K. Khatua

chapter |9 pages

Flow in river bends: 3D and 2D modelling

ByV. Chavarrias, A. van Dongeren, H. Kernkamp, W. Ottevanger, M.F.M. Yossef

chapter |7 pages

Hydrodynamics of sinuous channel with seepage

ByJ. Taye, B. Kumar, G. Caroppi, P. Gualtieri

chapter |9 pages

Effect of horizontal confinement on developing flow over a rough porous bed

ByP. Williams, V. Roussinova, R. Balachandar, R. Barron

chapter |7 pages

Entrainment in lock-release gravity currents propagating up a slope

ByM.C. De Falco, L. Ottolenghi, C. Adduce

chapter |8 pages

Lagrangian simulation of water chute disaggregation

ByA. Mokos, D. Violeau, T. Fonty, Y. Bercovitz

chapter |7 pages

A first simulation of a model aquatic canopy at high Cauchy number

ByB. Löhrer, D. Doppler, S. Puijalon, N. Rivière, J.J.S. Jerome, J. Fröhlich

chapter |8 pages

Velocity field in a single row canopy made of flexible blades for a static reconfiguration case and a monami case

ByB. Löhrer, J.J.S. Jerome, S. Barsu, N. Rivière, D. Doppler, J. Fröhlich

chapter |7 pages

Turbulence structures in flows over a submerged weir

ByChaewoong Ban, Sung-Uk Choi

chapter |9 pages

Flow structures around laterally and vertically hybrid spur dike

ByA. Tominaga, O. Safie, H. Komura

chapter |6 pages

Temporal variability of bidirectional seiching in an open-channel, lateral cavity

ByL. Engelen, C. Perrot-Minot, E. Mignot, N. Rivière, T. De Mulder

part |199 pages

Sub-theme: Sediment transport

chapter |6 pages

Particle motion and sediment transport over bedforms

ByR.C. Terwisscha van Scheltinga, G. Coco, H. Friedrich

chapter |9 pages

Lagrangian statistics of bed-load particle transport from experiments with a long measurement domain

ByF. Ballio, D. Claut, S.A. Hosseini Sadabadi, A. Marion, A. Radice, S.J. Tait, S. Sarkar, G. Simeone, A.R. Zarrati

chapter |8 pages

Effects of sediment influx on sediment transport characteristics in a river channel

ByS. Rabab, M. Gormley, L. Beevers, A. Cuthbertson

chapter |5 pages

The growth process of river dunes

ByS. Naqshband, A.J.F. Hoitink

chapter |4 pages

Sediment transport potential in a channelized floodplain

ByS. Sumaiya, J.T. Schubert, J.A. Czuba

chapter |6 pages

Effect of the shape of a sediment particle on its jump

ByR. Jain, H.T. Korb, S. Tschisgale, J. Fröhlich

chapter |7 pages

A numerical investigation on sediment erosion in confluence channel with erodible and non-erodible banks

ByQingyuan Yang, Mingfu Guan*, Jingjing Zhai, Xiekang Wang

chapter |9 pages

Hydrac, an inversion software for SPM quantification

ByG. Fromant, D. Hurther, N. Le Dantec, A. Lebourges-Dhaussy, F. Jourdin, A. Vergnes, J. Le Coz, S. Fisher, G. Pierrefeu

chapter |6 pages

Experiments to assess the efficacy of sediment flushing in reservoirs

ByS. Guillén-Ludeña, J.A. Toapaxi, J.M. Carrillo, L.G. Castillo

chapter |7 pages

Reservoir sedimentation management with upstream sediment remanipulated

ByTingyu Li, Gregory B. Pasternack

chapter |9 pages

Numerical analysis of bed development during pressure flushing with partial drawdown

ByM. Kunz, K. Mouris, S. Haun, S.K. Karmacharya, N. Rüther

chapter |10 pages

Tracking the mean annual velocity and vertical mixing of bedload tracers

ByA. Cain, M. Iannetta, C. Muirhead, E. Papangelakis, T. Raso, B.J. MacVicar, P. Ashmore

chapter |8 pages

Fluvial erosion of glacial tills and clay deposits: Sampling method

ByL. Gonthier, D. Yeats, S. Gaskin

chapter |7 pages

Bed-material transport over entrance sills at longitudinal training walls

ByW.J. van Os, W.S.J. Uijttewaal, R.J. Labeur, A.L. Osorio, E. Mosselman, L.R. Lokin

chapter |7 pages

Measurement of sand transport with a submerged pump: Presentation of the results of a test campaign carried outon the Isère River in July 2019

ByA. Recking, F. Fontaine, M. Regazzoni, F. Lauters, S. Zanker, L. Brunet, B. Camenen, T. Geay

part |298 pages

Sub-theme: Morphodynamics

chapter |6 pages

A study on multifactorial riverbed degradation

ByC. Ferrer-Boix, J.P. Martín-Vide

chapter |8 pages

Estimating erosion and deposition without morphodynamic models

ByE.G. Pearson, J.L. Carrivick, B. Hankin, R. Lamb

chapter |4 pages

Changes in the equilibrium river profile due to interventions

ByR.P. van Denderen, E. Kater, L.H. Jans, R.M.J. Schielen

chapter |9 pages

Evaluation of geomorphological characteristics in a quasi-equilibrium river channel

ByR.K. Biswas, S. Egashira, D. Harada, H. Ito

chapter |7 pages

The morphological response of an alpine catchment to a large infrequent disturbance

ByG. Pellegrini, A. Cazorzi, R. Rainato, L. Martini, L. Picco, M. Cavalli

chapter |9 pages

Significance of deep-channel dynamics at Lower Jamuna bifurcation

ByS. Giri, G. Donchyts, A. Thompson, E. Mosselman, J. Alam

chapter |5 pages

Effect of tides on stability of bifurcations in river deltas

ByA.P. Iwantoro*, M. van der Vegt, M.G. Kleinhans

chapter |6 pages

Morphodynamics of downstream fining in rivers with unimodal sand-gravel feed

ByC. An, G. Parker, X. Fu, M.P. Lamb, J.G. Venditti

chapter |9 pages

Effect of bank roughness on step-pool systems in steep channels

ByF. Maager, B. Hohermuth, V. Weitbrecht, R.M. Boes

chapter |8 pages

Changes in braided river morphology resulting from a flood sequence

ByR.L. Fernandez, D. Parsons, S. Mclelland, B. Bodewes

chapter |7 pages

Upstream channel degradation triggered by a meander cutoff: Potential replacement for channel dredging

ByK. Naito, L. Guerrero, H. Valverde, Y. Estrada, F. Fuentes, B. Santillan, G. Valvidia, J.D. Abad, T. Iwasaki

chapter |7 pages

Modeling the planform development of confined meandering rivers

ByH. Amini, S. Zen, F. Monegaglia, S. Lanzoni, M. Tubino, G. Zolezzi

chapter |6 pages

2D numerical modeling on meander chute cutoffs

ByZhi Li, Marcelo H. García

chapter |9 pages

Effect of flow unsteadiness on the long-term evolution of alternate bars

ByM. Carlin, M. Redolfi, M. Tubino

chapter |4 pages

Aspects of the formation of dunes in gravel streams

ByK. Lockwood, A.M. Ferreira da Silva

chapter |7 pages

A specific energy diagram for antidunes

ByF. Núñez-González, J.P. Martín-Vide, N.R.B. Olsen

chapter |6 pages

Superimposed bedforms in the Rhine-Meuse delta

ByJ.Y. Poelman, S. Naqshband, A.J.F. Hoitink

chapter |8 pages

Effect of alternate expansion and contraction of width on the river morphology

ByT. Karmaker, D.N. Ratha, H. Singh, J. Singh, J. Mangla, J. Gupta, J. Singh, K. Singh, K. Kaswan, K. Chauhan

chapter |3 pages

Influence of bed forms on stage discharge relations in compound channels

ByT. Branß, J. Aberle, F. Núñez-González

chapter |9 pages

Bed morphology evolution and 3D-flow field characterization at a lateral water intake

ByJ.B. Baltazar, E. Alves, G. Bombar, A.H. Cardoso

chapter |7 pages

An experimental study on the overbank sedimentation in an asymmetrical compound channel

ByC. Juez, C. Schaerer, H. Jenny, A.J. Schleiss, M.J. Franca

chapter |7 pages

Optimal conditions for floodplain sedimentation and land aggradation in river deltas

ByW.J. Gerats, J.H. Nienhuis, H.J. Pierik

chapter |4 pages

Breaching of fluvial dykes: Influence of the dyke geometry

ByVincent Schmitz, Sébastien Erpicum, Ismail Rifai, Kamal El Kadi Abderrezzak, Pierre Archambeau, Michel Pirotton, Benjamin Dewals

chapter |5 pages

On the equilibrium width of rivers with cohesive erodible banks

ByS. Francalanci, L. Solari, S. Lanzoni

chapter |10 pages

Study on riverbed variation management by groin at a river confluence associated with the barrage water

ByY. Okamoto, J. Nishio, K. Kanda, K. Michioku, F. Nakamura, H. Kubo

chapter |4 pages

Quantifying channel-floodplain connectivity in the Trinity River, TX with numerical modeling and field observations

ByP. Passalacqua, S. Rahman, H.J. Hassenruck-Gudipati, D. Mohrig

chapter |5 pages

River bed variation of Chongqing reach in upstream of the Three Gorges Reservoir

ByChunjing Liu, Jing Lu, Fei Liu, Leilei Gu, Xu Geng

chapter |5 pages

Bed level change in the Upper Rhine Delta and Niederrhein

ByC. Ylla Arbos, A. Blom, F. Acevedo Goldaracena, S. van Vuren, R.M.J. Schielen

chapter |10 pages

Channel evolution and bank erosion in the Middle Yangtze River after the TGP operation

ByJ.Q. Xia, M.R. Zhou, S.S. Deng, Q.X. Xu

chapter |7 pages

Comparing 2-D and 1-D/2-D modelling of Agly River bed change during a flood

ByS. Mezbache, A. Paquier, M. Hasbaia

part |70 pages

Special session: Scour at in-stream hydraulic structures

chapter |7 pages

The influence of in-stream bridge structures on free surface turbulence

ByE.D. Johnson, W.D. Miller, J. Bowles, G. Smith

chapter |8 pages

Analyzing the impact of wooden debris on scour and sediment transport

ByT. Johannsen, M. Weber, N. Saenger

chapter |9 pages

Predicting maximum scour in bends of sand-bed rivers

ByD.C. Froehlich, S. Giri

part |57 pages

Sub-theme: Experimental techniques

chapter |8 pages

Quantifying uncertainties in the discharge distribution over the river Rhine branches using expert elicitation

BySander Steenblik, Matthijs R.A. Gensen, Jord J. Warmink, Suzanne J.M.H. Hulscher

chapter |9 pages

Optimal river cross section for both flood control and aquatic habitat in gravel beds

ByYouichi Yasuda, Pietro Beretta Piccoli

chapter |6 pages

Measuring suspended mud flocs in the laboratory: A comparison between two methods

ByEhsan Abolfazli*, Ryan Osborn, Kyle Strom

chapter |3 pages

A simple theory and experiments for onset of flocculation in kaolin clay suspensions

ByN. Rommelfanger, B. Vowinckel, Z. Wang, E. Meiburg, P. Luzzatto-Fegiz

chapter |6 pages

Automated river ice freeze-up monitoring and characterization

ByS. Ansari, C.D. Rennie, S.P. Clark, O. Seidou

chapter |9 pages

Assessment of sediment disaster and feasibility of countermeasures using physical hydraulic model

ByC.C. Wu, H.C. Ni, P.H. Wang, C.H. Li, H.L. Chen, C.Y. Hung

part |113 pages

Special session: Instrumentation in river engineering and monitoring of geomorphic processes, organized by Rui Miguel Ferreira & Manousos Valyrakis

chapter |8 pages

New developments of Fudaa-LSPIV, a user-friendly software to perform river velocity measurements in various flow conditions

ByM. Jodeau, C. Bel, G. Antoine, G. Bodart, J. Le Coz, J.-B. Faure, A. Hauet, F. Leclercq, H. Haddad, C. Legout, B. Marchand

chapter |7 pages

Application of uav system and sfm techniques to develop high-resolution terrain models

ByM. La Salandra, D. Capolongo, V. Pennella, S. Nicotri, G. Donvito

chapter |10 pages

The effect of surface gravity waves on the measurement of river surface velocity

ByG. Dolcetti, B. Hortobágyi, M. Perks, S.J. Tait

chapter |8 pages

Monitoring the potential for bridge protections destabilization, using instrumented particles

ByY. Xu, K. AlObaidi, P. Michalis, M. Valyrakis

chapter |5 pages

Smart bridge: Towards robust monitoring of environmental hazards

ByE. Koursari, S.J. Wallace, Y. Xu, P. Michalis, M. Valyrakis

chapter |10 pages

Comparison of PIV and optical flow for river flow applications

ByL.P.N. Mendes, A.M.C. Ricardo, A.J.M. Bernardino, R.M.L. Ferreira

chapter |9 pages

Integration of low-cost technological solutions for flow rate and bedload transport monitoring in the Caldone river, Italy

ByV.I. Ivanov, B. Zanchi, M. Papini, A. Radice, L. Barazzetti, L. Zanzi, L. Longoni

chapter |9 pages

Evaluation of the deposit dynamics on a gravel bar after different hydrologic events

ByJ. Deng, B. Camenen, T. Drevet, L. Pnard

chapter |9 pages

Flow patterns and bed changes due to traditional river training structures “Seigyu”

ByS.A. Kantoush, M.M. Al Mamari, Y. Takemon, M. Saber, O. Habiba, T. Sumi, S. Kobayashi, M. Tazumi

chapter |4 pages

Breaking of internal solitary waves generated by intrusions

ByG. La Forgia, L. Ottolenghi, C. Adduce

chapter |9 pages

Dam breach hydraulics and morphodynamics in overtopped earth dams with chimney filter

ByT. Alvarez, S. Valente, S. Amaral, T. Viseu, R.M.L. Ferreira

part |43 pages

Special session: Advances in large-scale hydraulic experiments

chapter |6 pages

Large-scale experiments for vegetated flows with different types of vegetation patch layouts

ByU. Ji, I. Bae, J. Järvelä, K. Västilä, H. Kim, C. Lee

chapter |9 pages

Estimation of transverse mixing coefficients in shallow, gravel-bedded rivers

ByL. Gond, E. Mignot, J. Le Coz, L. Kateb

part |84 pages

Theme: The digital river Sub-theme: Monitoring

chapter |9 pages

Detecting and quantifying morphological change in tropical rivers using Google Earth Engine and image analysis techniques

ByR.J. Boothroyd, R.D. Williams, B. Barrett, T.B. Hoey, P.L.M. Tolentino, J.E. Perez, E. Guardian, C.P. David, X. Yang

chapter |5 pages

Thirty-year analysis of a changing river system using Bayesian rating curves

ByK.D. Berends, M.R.A. Gensen, J.J. Warmink, S.J.M.H. Hulscher

chapter |8 pages

Video-based hydrometry: A Bayesian camera calibration method for uncertainty analysis

ByJ. Le Coz, B. Renard, V. Vansuyt, A. Hauet, M. Jodeau

chapter |7 pages

Monocular 3D reconstruction for image-based velocity estimation

ByL. Pénard, M. Khalid, E. Mémin

chapter |8 pages

Empirical vs. analytical methods for modelling the uncertainty of ADCP discharge measurements

ByA. Despax, J. Le Coz, D.S. Mueller, G. Naudet, G. Pierrefeu, K. Delamarre, S.A. Moore, E.C. Jamieson

chapter |5 pages

Flow measurement in step-pool mountain streams

ByS.T. Kalathil, V. Chandra

chapter |6 pages

Unified framework for drought monitoring and assessmentin a transboundary river basin

ByR.J. Araneda, J. Puertas, R. Maia, M. Bermúdez

part |190 pages

Sub-theme: Numerical modelling

chapter |8 pages

New approaches to solving the Saint-Venant equations

ByB.R. Hodges, C.-W. Yu, F. Liu

chapter |7 pages

Simulation of resonant gravity waves in shallow water flows using a depth-averaged URANS model

ByA. Navas-Montilla, C. Juez, M.J. Franca, J. Murillo

chapter |8 pages

Discontinuous Galerkin method for 1D river flows

ByInsaf Draoui, Jonathan Lambrechts, Vicent Legat, Sandra Soares-Frazao, Ton Hoitink, Eric Deleersnijder

chapter |8 pages

Control theory-based update of water levels in 1D hydrodynamic models

ByM. Milašinović, D. Prodanović, B. Zindović, N. Rosić, N. Milivojević

chapter |9 pages

Flood simulation in urban areas obtained by GPU-accelerated 2D shallow water model with internal boundary conditions

ByS. Dazzi, R. Vacondio, A. Ferrari, M. D’Oria, P. Mignosa

chapter |9 pages

Improved floodplain vegetation roughness for 1D hydraulic models

ByA. Crosato, J. Zulfan, A. Vargas-Luna

chapter |7 pages

Numerical modelling of flow dynamics in the Tonle Sap by means of a discontinuous Galerkin finite-element model

ByHoang Anh Le, Jonathan Lambrechts, Eric Deleersnijder, Sandra Soares-Frazao, Nicolas Gratiot, Sigrun Ortleb, Eric Deleersnijder

chapter |8 pages

Depth averaged numerical simulation of non-cohesive river dike breaching due to overtopping flows

ByL. Kheloui, K. El Kadi Abderrazzak, R. Ata, I. Rifai, B. Dewals

chapter |8 pages

A 2D shallow water model with depth-dependant porosity applied to the Severn River

ByVita Ayoub, Carole Delenne, Patrick Matgen, Pascal Finaud-Guyot, Renaud Hostache

chapter |9 pages

Simulation of hydro-sedimentary processes during a dam flushing event using three 1D numerical software

ByE. Corrales Lalinde, V. Dugué, T. Fretaud, M. Sécher, E. Valette, J.-B. Faure, B. Camenen

chapter |9 pages

Large Eddy Simulation for flows through emerged or slightly submerged square obstacles

ByM. Oukacine, R. Rtimi, N. Goutal, F. Larrarte, V. Loizeau, S. Benhamadouche, S. Proust, F. Larrarte

chapter |9 pages

Mesh orientation and cell size sensitivity in 2D SWE solvers

ByD.R. Kitts, W.J. Syme, S. Gao, G. Collecutt, P.A. Ryan

chapter |9 pages

Automated quantification of river morphodynamics from satellite imagery for large multithreaded rivers

ByJ. Rawee, F. Huthoff, D.C.M. Augustijn, F. Huthoff, M. van Hoek

chapter |8 pages

Assessment of river embankments security: A case study

ByCristiana Di Cristo, Giuseppe Del Giudice, Massimo Greco, Francesco Granata, Michele Iervolino, Angelo Leopardi, Nicola Cifù, Annalaura Gabriele, Stefano Sarracini, Giovanni de Marinis

chapter |9 pages

Numerical modelling approaches for flow near groynes - comparison with experiments

ByL.R. Ambagts, F.W. Platzek, M. Baron, M.F.M. Yossef

part |80 pages

Special session: Advanced methods in turbulence modelling of fluvial systems

chapter |7 pages

Eddy-resolving simulation of flows over macro-roughness

ByF. Zabaleta, F.A. Bombardelli

chapter |5 pages

Hydrodynamic modelling of leaky barriers with OpenFOAM

ByS. Leakey, C.J.M. Hewett, V. Glenis, P.F. Quinn

chapter |9 pages

Boat induced sediment resuspension and water clarity in shallow flows

ByS.A. Valvuena Mateus, F.A. Bombardelli, S.G. Schladow

chapter |9 pages

Mesh-size insensitive turbulence modelling for the 2d shallow water equations

ByG.R. Collecutt, S. Gao, W.J. Syme

chapter |6 pages

The lateral mixing by waves in steep river channel

ByShooka Karimpour, Vincent H. Chu

part |84 pages

Special session: The future of river modelling

chapter |9 pages

Automating flood-safe ecological river modelling and design

BySebastian Schwindt, Gregory B. Pasternack

chapter |5 pages

Exploring contributions of citizens’ data to improvements in modelling of an urbanized catchment: A case study in Kifissos catchment

ByT.H. Assumpção, I. Popescu, A. Jonoski, D.P. Solomatine, D.P. Solomatine

chapter |8 pages

High performance computing in river modelling:A novel two-dimensional software for river hydro- and morphodynamic simulations

ByD.F. Vetsch, D. Vanzo, M. Bürgler, P. Bacigaluppi, D. Conde, R.M. Boes, S.J. Peter, L. Vonwiller, A. Siviglia

chapter |6 pages

Flood risk analysis and communication using digital twins of urban areas

ByT. Heyer, H. Hammoudi, R. Zimmermann, L. Backhaus, J. Stamm, A. Schilling, St. Trometer

chapter |9 pages

Inundation hazard analysis using open data from the web: Application to the Rio Muaguide in Mozambique

ByD. Biotto, G. Cancelliere, B. Corti, A. Giovannini, A. Radice, S. Rrokaj

chapter |9 pages

Physical and numerical model studies of the Martigny bend as part of 3rd correction of the Rhone River

ByA. Amini, J.-N. Saugy, G. De Cesare, S. André, K. Essyad, T. Arborino

part |51 pages

Special session: Monitoring in ecohydraulic research: new developments in facing the challenges of scales

chapter |8 pages

How to address colmation best? – Field and laboratory investigations at different scales

ByM. Noack, L. Seitz, M.A. Mayar, S. Haun, S. Wieprecht

chapter |9 pages

An estimation of the sand suspension in alpine rivers during a dam flushing event

ByB. Camenen, F. Thollet, R. de Angelis, A. Buffet, G. Dramais, E. Valette, S. Zanker

chapter |7 pages

Bedload transport measurement in a Japanese gravel river using synchronized hydrodynamic and hydroacoustic pressure sensing

ByR. Tsubaki, J.F. Fuentes-Pérez, S. Kawamura, J.A. Tuhtan, K. Sumitomo

chapter |9 pages

Multiscale change detection in a supraglacial stream using surface drifters

ByJ.A. Tuhtan, M. Kruusmaa, A. Alexander, J.F. Fuentes-Pérez

part |113 pages

Sub-theme: Vegetated flows

chapter |7 pages

On the effects of vegetated bars on river hydrodynamics

ByG. Artini, G. Calvani, S. Francalanci, L. Solari

chapter |4 pages

Hydrodynamics of heterogeneous vegetation patches

ByV. Chembolu, S. Dutta

chapter |6 pages

Flow structure and mean residence time in floodplain river landscapes

ByT. Serra, E. Font, M. Soler, J. Colomer

chapter |7 pages

Wind effect on surface exchange flows in lake-wetland interfaces

ByAna M. Ricardo, Moisés Brito, João Nascimento, Nelson Abrantes, Joana Pereira, Fernando Gonçalves, Rui M.L. Ferreira

chapter |7 pages

Sinuous rivers in peat

ByX-Y Guo, D. Chen, Z. Li, M.H. Garcia, G. Parker, G. Tanaka

chapter |7 pages

Sediment transport through submerged vegetation

ByJ.A. Bonilla Porras, A. Armanini, A. Crosato

chapter |6 pages

The impact of vegetation on sedimentation on alluvial bars along the Carampangue River, Chile

ByJ. Aliaga, E. Flores, O. Link, F. Hellwig, F. Jeldres, A. Laborde

part |123 pages

Special session: Instream wood: restoration opportunities, flood-related hazards, and management practices

chapter |7 pages

Flume experiments on the geomorphic effects of large wood in gravel-bed rivers

ByD. Ravazzolo, G. Spreitzer, H. Friedrich, J. Tunnicliffe

chapter |6 pages

Effect of wood accumulation on sediment continuity at permeable sediment traps

ByI. Schalko, V. Ruiz-Villanueva, V. Weitbrecht

chapter |4 pages

Flume experiments on wood transport in river bends

ByL. Innocenti, L. Solari, E. Paris, J. Aberle

chapter |9 pages

Flume study on driftwood jam and flood damage to house around a bridge

ByT. Okamoto, T. Someya, M. Sanjou

chapter |8 pages

Scour profiles downstream of wood structures in vegetated channels

ByS. Pagliara, M. Palermo, D. Roy

chapter |6 pages

An extraordinary event changed the (morphological) appearance of a famous Alpine stream

ByL. Picco, R. Rainato, G. Pellegrini, L. Martini, M.A. Lenzi, L. Mao

chapter |10 pages

A numerical method for simulating 3-D accumulation of woody debris at bridge piers

ByK. Osada, Y. Shimizu, R. Ettema, E. Enkhtur

chapter |9 pages

A numerical study of retention facilities for accumulating woody debris in rivers

ByY. Shimizu, K. Osada, S. Iwami, R. Ettema

chapter |7 pages

Large wood and the concept of ecosystem services

ByZuzana Poledniková, Tomáš Galia

chapter |7 pages

How to deal with large wood recruitment after wildfires? Analysis, aspects and considerations for improving post-fire management

ByL. Picco, C. Scalari, L. Martini, G. Pellegrini, L. Faes, D. Sanhueza, B. Mazzorana, A. Iroumé

chapter |6 pages

Retention and mobility of large wood in a Central European meandering river

ByT. Galia, V. Škarpich, R. Tichavský

part |51 pages

Special session: Basin-scale sediment fluxes observations

chapter |8 pages

Long-term modeling of soil loss and fluvial transport processes in a mountainous semi-arid basin, southern Spain

ByA. Millares, J. Herrero, M. Bermúdez, J.F. Leiva, M. Cantalejo

chapter |8 pages

Contribution on understanding sediment alteration in an Alpine catchment; lithology matters!

ByA. Cattapan, P. Paron, M.E. McClain, H. Piégay, M.J. Franca

chapter |7 pages

Four years of bedload transport measurements in the Swiss mountain river Albula

ByDieter Rickenmann, Tobias Nicollier, Stefan Boss, Alexandre Badoux

chapter |8 pages

Sediment supplies in Walloon waterways: Basin-scale monitoring and fluxes analysis

ByC. Swartenbroekx, G. Zorzan, F.-X. Salembier, D. Bousmar

chapter |10 pages

The sediment challenge of Swiss river corridors interrupted by man-made reservoirs

ByC. Mörtl, S.L. Vorlet, P. Manso, G. De Cesare

chapter |8 pages

Investigating the geomorphic change in the Rio Cordon basin (Italy) after Vaia Storm

ByL. Martini, L. Picco, R. Rainato, G. Pellegrini, M.A. Lenzi, M. Cavalli

part |69 pages

Sub-theme: Solutions for impacted environments

chapter |8 pages

A way forward for Building with Nature in river areas

ByM. Barciela-Rial, F. den Heijer, J. Rijke

chapter |5 pages

A geomorphic approach to evaluate river recovery potential for regulated river basin

ByC. Pradhan, Suresh Modalavalasa, S. Dutta, Rishikesh Bharti

chapter |6 pages

River widening to mitigate river training induced bed erosion: A 1D model approach

ByR.M.J. Schielen, H.J. Barneveld, M. van den Bergh, A. Spruyt

chapter |6 pages

Remediation design to improve culvert passage for small-bodied fish

ByM. Knapp, H. Friedrich, P. Franklin, C. Baker, J. Montgomery

chapter |6 pages

Characterizing low velocity zones around a spoiler baffle for improving fish passage performance

ByD. Magaju, H. Friedrich, P. Franklin, C. Baker, J. Montgomery

chapter |9 pages

Effects of macro bed roughness elements in a fish pass: Scale model investigation

ByD. Bousmar, A. Bodarwe, T. Cabo, X. Rollin

part |76 pages

Theme: Extreme events

chapter |9 pages

An application of ‘Big Data’ in flood risk management

ByD. Morrison, G. Aitken, L. Beevers, G. Wright

chapter |8 pages

Historic flood reconstructions for a safer future: The use of three types of surrogate models

ByA. Bomers, S.J.M.H. Hulscher, B. van der Meulen, R.M.J. Schielen

chapter |9 pages

Numerical analysis of river flood defences

ByP.J.M. Moreta, D. Karugaba, S.O. Badji, M. Elliman, R. Honeychurch

chapter |9 pages

Effects of a river intervention on water levels in a bifurcating river system

ByM.R.A. Gensen, J.J. Warmink, S.J.M.H. Hulscher, F. Huthoff

chapter |9 pages

Experimental investigation of flow in a compound channel with symmetric diverging floodplains

ByB.S. Das, K. Devi, J.R. Khuntia, K.K. Khatua

part |65 pages

Sub-theme: Urban flooding

chapter |9 pages

Citizen science-based urban flood monitoring in Hanumante River, Nepal

ByR.R. Prajapati, S. Upadhyay, P. Silwal, R. Talchabhadel, J.C. Davids, A. Khanal

chapter |8 pages

A 1D-2D hydrodynamic model for sewer-overland coupled flow using GPU technology

ByJ. Fernández-Pato, R. García, P. García-Navarro

chapter |7 pages

Influence of model geometric distortion in laboratory scale modelling of urban flooding

ByX. Li, S. Erpicum, P. Archambeau, M. Pirotton, B. Dewals, E. Mignot, N. Rivière, A. Poupardin

chapter |5 pages

Experimental analysis of urban flood intrusion into buildings

ByE. Mignot, L. Camusson, N. Riviere

chapter |7 pages

Influence of a porous urban block on urban flood flow patterns

ByM.A. Mejía-Morales, A. Paquier, S. Proust, E. Mignot

part |40 pages

Special session: Recent advances in characterization and modelling of floods from multiple sources,

chapter |9 pages

A new framework for defining a priori grids in 2D runoff modelsat basin scale

ByDomenico Ferraro, Pierfranco Costabile, Carmelina Costanzo, Gabriella Petaccia, Francesco Macchione

chapter |7 pages

Inundation modelling for fluvial and pluvial flooding during typhoons – a case study in Shanghai city

ByQ. Ke, J. Bricker, Q. Ye, F.A. Goldaracena, T. Hohmann, A. Kallioras

chapter |10 pages

Wave propagation in porous structures based on ISPH method

ByM. Ramos-Ortega, A. Beaudoin, S. Huberson

part |49 pages

Sub-theme: Climate adaptation

chapter |6 pages

Impacts of climate change and land use on riverine sediment inputs into coastal ecosystems

ByEliana Jorquera, Angelo Breda, José F. Rodríguez, Patricia M. Saco

chapter |8 pages

Analyzing future extreme floods for the Mississippi River Basin

ByS.E. Lytle, A.A. Tavakoly, E. Yeates, J. Lewis

chapter |8 pages

Applying adaptive design for the replacement of a weir in the Meuse River – a case study

ByR.S.J. Frijns, H.G. Tuin, H.G. Voortman, J.D. Bricker

part |83 pages

Theme: Rivers under pressure

chapter |8 pages

Impact of streamflow regulation on two fish species through 2D simulations

ByL. Servanzi, A. Fenocchi, P. Espa, G. Petaccia, S. Sibilla

chapter |9 pages

Impact of dam operations on the habitat suitability of Plecoglossus altivelis downstream of the Funagira dam, Japan

ByM. van Oorschot, V. Harezlak, M. Jeuken, A. Omer, Y. Kitamura, S. Giri, K. Sloff, T. Buijse

chapter |9 pages

Insights from river metabolism assisted by hydrodynamics and a high frequency monitoring system of water quality for Kanawha River, West Virginia

ByF. Rojano, David H. Huber, Ifeoma R. Ugwuanyi, Vadesse Lhilhi Noundou, Andrielle L. Kemajou Tchamba, Jesus E. Chavarria-Palma

chapter |6 pages

Predicting flow and vegetation status in floodplain wetlands during drought

ByS.G. Sandi, J.F. Rodriguez, P.M. Saco, G. Kuczera, K.R. McDonough, L. Wen, N. Saintilan, G. Riccardi

chapter |4 pages

Can stream and river restoration solve the excess nitrogen problem?

ByE.T. Hester, D.T. Scott, D.L. Azinheira, K.E. Brooks, M. Calfe, C. Guth, B. Hammond, A.Y. Lin, C.W. Tsai

chapter |9 pages

Capture method of floating garbage by using riverside concavity zone

ByA. Tominaga, Z. Tang, T. Zhou

chapter |5 pages

Plastic delivery from river to sea: Experiments on transport processes

ByS. Francalanci, A. Menci, E. Paris, F. Ruggero, L. Solari

part |151 pages

Sub-theme: Engineered rivers

chapter |8 pages

Water balance in the Dutch river Rhine and rating curve uncertainty

ByJ.J. Twijnstra, M.R.A. Gensen, J.J. Warmink, S.J.M.H. Hulscher, F. Huthoff, G. Horn

chapter |8 pages

Response of flood discharge capacity to the channel boundary and upstream conditions in a braided reach

ByYifei Cheng, Junqiang Xia*, Shanshan Deng, Meirong Zhou

chapter |7 pages

Flow patterns at the side channel entrance of a longitudinal training dam

ByT.V. de Ruijsscher, B. Vermeulen, A.J.F. Hoitink

chapter |8 pages

Flow resistance in smooth-bed open-channel flows with streamwise bed ridges

ByW. Patella, S.M. Cameron, V.I. Nikora

chapter |9 pages

Evaluating the performance of geobag revetments in rivers

ByL. Khajenoori, G. Wright, M. Crapper

chapter |8 pages

Exploring stability analysis of the groundsill

ByF.H. Yang, H.P. Huang

chapter |9 pages

Dam-induced riverbed incision and saltwater intrusion in the Mekong Delta

ByD.V. Binh, S. Kantoush, T. Sumi, N.P. Mai, L.V. Trung

chapter |8 pages

Back to pristine levels? Decreasing suspended sediment transport in German waterways

ByT.O. Hoffmann, Y. Baulig, S. Vollmer, J. Blöthe

chapter |9 pages

How to maintain sediment continuity at the intake of a flood diversion tunnel

ByA. Wyss, F. Hinkelammert-Zens, I. Röber, V. Weitbrecht

chapter |7 pages

Watershed scale impacts of upstream sediment supply on the mainstem of a river network

ByMuneer Ahammad, Jonathan A. Czuba, Allison Pfeiffer, Brendan P. Murphy, Patrick Belmont

chapter |9 pages

Integrating field measurements and modelling for optimal operation of cascade dams in Tenryuu River

ByY. Kitamura, A.Y.A. Omer, S. Giri, M.F.M. Yossef, I. Niesten, M. Van Oorschot, K. Sloff

chapter |6 pages

Impact of dredging on the Nile River downstream Isna Barrage

ByA.M. Gaweesh, M.N. El-Bahlol, M.A. Abdul-Muttalib

chapter |8 pages

The effects of dredging activities on the multi-channel network of the Western Scheldt

ByW.M. van Dijk, J.R.F.W. Leuven, M.G. Kleinhans, J. Cleveringa, M. Taal

part |37 pages

Sub-theme: Navigation

chapter |6 pages

Measurement of boat generated waves in navigable rivers

ByY. Ozeren, L. Rébillout

chapter |9 pages

Operational 2D water depth prediction using echo sounder data of inland ships

ByCaroline F. van der Mark, Matthijs Lemans

chapter |5 pages

Numerical study of ship induced bed shear stress

ByMalasani Gopichand, Tapas Kumar Pradhan, K Murali, Venu Chandra

chapter |7 pages

Functionality of artificial gravel islands in a large gravel-bed river

ByM. Tritthart, M. Glas, K. Glock, M. Liedermann, H. Habersack, C. Hauer

part |51 pages

Sub-theme: Hydropower and dams

chapter |6 pages

Investigating damping properties in a bypass river

ByA.J. Burman, A.G. Andersson, J.G.I. Hellström

chapter |5 pages

Warning waves to protect human beings in bypassed river reaches of hydropower schemes

ByBenjamin Dewals, Frédéric Stilmant, Sébastien Erpicum, Pierre Archambeau, Michel Pirotton

chapter |9 pages

Hydrodynamic and ethohydraulic analysis of a water vortex power plant for assessment of fish passability

ByJ. Stamm, N. Müller, Ch. Jähnel, F. Wagner, P. Warth

chapter |7 pages

Hydropower generation considering the environmental flow in Myitnge river basin, Myanmar

BySu Su Hlaing, Win Win Zin, Cho Cho Thin Kyi, Zin Mar Lar Tin San

chapter |7 pages

Experimental analysis of hydraulic jump on Levane Dam physical model

ByL. Lotti, S. Morozzi, F. Castelli, E. Paris