River Flow 2020

Proceedings of the 10th Conference on Fluvial Hydraulics (Delft, Netherlands, 7-10 July 2020)
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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.

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1. Wim Uijttewaal, is a professor of experimental hydraulics at Delft University of Technology. He has more than 25 years of experience in research on shallow flow turbulence as well as the more generic hydraulic engineering topics, such as sediment transport and scour, interaction of waves and currents with vegetation, flows in embayments and groyne fields and fluid-structure interaction. He published over a hundred peer-review papers in high-ranked journals, initiated the series of conferences on Shallow flows in 2003 and contributed as co-organiser to a number of IAHR and Euromech conferences. 2. Mário Franca is Professor of Hydraulic Engineering for River Basin Development at IHE Delft Institute for Water Education and at the Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands. Before joining IHE Delft, Mario held academic positions at EPF Lausanne, New University of Lisbon and University of Coimbra. He worked for several years as consultant in hydraulic engineering. His research interests include turbulent processes in open channel flows; fluvial geomorphology and sediment transport; density currents; non-conventional and sustainable hydropower. He is an active member of IAHR and was part of the organizing committees of River Flow 2006 and 2014. He is associate editor of Water Resources Research (AGU) since 2016. 3. Daniel Valero holds a Civil Engineering degree (Master level) from the Universitat Politecnica de Valencia (Spain), from where he also obtained a Master's Degree in Hydraulic Engineering and Environment. He obtained his PhD at the Universite de Liege (Belgium) and worked in Aachen University of Applied Sciences (Germany), where he gained experimental and numerical modelling experience on multiphase flows. His main expertise is related to the fluid mechanics with a special focus on areas such as air-water flows and energy dissipation. His works have also advanced knowledge on multiphase flows instrumentation through the use of robust filtering and computer vision techniques. He has also participated in the organisation of several IAHR events. 4. Victor Chavarrias is an engineer and researcher in Deltares. He obtained his PhD in mathematical modelling of river morphodynamics in the Delft University of Technology 5. Clàudia Ylla Arbós is a PhD candidate at Delft University of Technology. She studied Civil Engineering at the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC BarcelonaTech) and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL), specializing in Hydraulic and Geotechnical engineering. After experimental work on wave-structure interaction at EPFL, as well as consulting work in Switzerland, her current PhD research focuses on the long-term, large-scale morphodynamic response of the lower Rhine River to human intervention and climate change. 6. Ralph Schielen is senior expert on river management, focussing on hydraulic and morphological development of lowland river systems and is working at the Dutch Ministry for Infrastructure and Water Management-Rijkswaterstaat. He is also affiliated with Delft University of Technology. Within Rijkswaterstaat, he is PI of a large research programme Rivers2Morrow, where several universities combine research on hydraulic engineering, morphology and sediment management. Aim is to facilitate and improve Operations and Maintenance at Rijkswaterstaat, and contribute to long term policy development on river management. His own research interests include side channels dynamics, stability of river bifurcations, long term morphological development of lowland river systems and application of Natural and Nature Based Features for flood management. 7. Alessandra Crosato holds the position of associate professor of river morphology and river engineering at IHE Delft Institute for Water Education and is a research associate at the Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands. She has more than 20 years of experience in research and consultancy projects dealing with the morphological response of aquatic systems, for which she studies the effects of the interaction between water, sediment, vegetation and human interventions. Dr. Crosato has produced more than hundred publications in international journals and conference proceedings. She teaches graduate courses on river training, river restoration, river morphodynamics, numerical modelling, river bio-geomorphology and dam effects on rivers.


Local Organising Committee

International Scientific Committee

IAHR Committee on Fluvial Hydraulics

Keynote lectures

When a tree falls in a river. . . a cascade process begins, V. Ruiz-Villanueva

Future generations' rights and climate change litigation: The colombian case, G. Eslava Bejarano

Rivers dynamics in regions of rapid climate change, I. Overeem

Theme: River fundamentals

Sub-theme: Fluid mechanics

Spatial averaging over a variable volume and its implications for simulation of open channel flows over permeable beds, A. Bello, D. Pokrajac & A. Leonardi

Modeling turbulent stream flows over rough permeable beds, G. Rousseau, I. Pascal & C. Ancey

Double-averaged momentum and energy budgets for open-channel flows over self-affine bed roughness, S.M. Cameron, V.I. Nikora & M.T. Stewart

Three-dimensional flow structures of straight rough-bed channels with different aspect ratios, Y. Takakuwa & S. Fukuoka

Secondary currents in smooth-wall open channel flow, M. Khanarmuei, Y. Akutina, V. Dupuis, O. Eiff, M. Trevisson, K. Suara & R.J. Brown

Effect of free surface perturbation on mean and turbulence characteristics in a smooth open channel flow, S. Das, R. Balachandar, R. Barron & V. Roussinova

Wave and bed-friction effect on instability of shear flow in shallow waters, B. Yu & V.H. Chu

Predicting the vortex shedding frequency at an open-channel lateral cavity, C. Perrot-Minot, E. Mignot, N. Rivière & D. Lopez

Emergence of Kelvin-Helmholtz instabilities in shallow mixing layers: An experimental study, S. Proust, C. Berni & V.I. Nikora

Modelling of the apparent shear stress for predicting zonal discharge in rough and smooth asymmetric compound open channels, P. Singh, X. Tang & H.R. Rahimi

Apparent shear in compound channels with non-uniform flow, K. Devi, B.S. Das, J.R. Khuntia & K.K. Khatua

Flow in river bends: 3D and 2D modelling, V. Chavarrias, A.v. Dongeren, H. Kernkamp, W. Ottevanger & M.F.M. Yossef

Hydrodynamics of sinuous channel with seepage, J. Taye, B. Kumar, G. Caroppi & P. Gualtieri

Effect of horizontal confinement on developing flow over a rough porous bed, P. Williams, V. Roussinova, R. Balachandar & R. Barron

Density driven mixing layer in environmental flows: A high-resolution remote sensing image based, numerical simulation and field measurements aided confluence mixing model, D. Wang & M.H. García

Entrainment in lock-release gravity currents propagating up a slope, M.C. De Falco, L. Ottolenghi & C. Adduce

Lagrangian simulation of water chute disaggregation, A. Mokos, D. Violeau, T. Fonty & Y. Bercovitz

A first simulation of a model aquatic canopy at high Cauchy number, B. Löhrer, D. Doppler, S. Puijalon, N. Rivière, J.J.S. Jerome & J. Fröhlich

Velocity field in a single row canopy made of flexible blades for astatic reconfiguration case and a monami case, B. Löhrer, J.J.S. Jerome, S. Barsu, N. Rivière, D. Doppler & J. Fröhlich

Understanding inertial particle effects on turbulence-particle interactions in dilute suspensions using two-phase flow Large Eddy Simulations, A Mathieu, J. Chauchat, C. Bonamy, G. Balarac & T.-J. Hsu

Separation flow characteristics upstream of finite crest length weir with a downstream ramp, J.Y. Bang, I.W. Seo & B.U. Kim

Turbulence structures in flows over a submerged weir, C. Ban & S.-U. Choi

Flow structures around laterally and vertically hybrid spur dike, A. Tominaga, O. Safie & H. Komura

Experimental analysis of turbulent open channel flow in the near-wake region of a surface-mounted horizontal circular cylinder, K. Devi & P.R. Hanmaiahgari

Flow characteristics around pile-group groynes with different arrangements of piles, O. Safie & A. Tominaga

Temporal variability of bidirectional seiching in an open-channel, lateral cavity, L. Engelen, C. Perrot-Minot, E. Mignot, N. Rivière & T. De Mulder

Sub-theme: Sediment transport

Particle motion and sediment transport over bedforms, R.C. Terwisscha van Scheltinga, G. Coco & H. Friedrich

Turbulent sediment transport processes in energetic sediment-laden open-channel flows, H. Guta, D. Hurther & J. Chauchat

Using instrumented particles to assess the dynamics of sediment transport for above threshold of motion turbulent flows, Z. Alhusban & M. Valyrakis

Lagrangian statistics of bed-load particle transport from experiments with a long measurement domain, F. Ballio, D. Claut, S.A. Hosseini Sadabadi, A. Marion, A. Radice, S.J. Tait, S. Sarkar, G. Simeone & A.R. Zarrati

Experimental investigation of the morpho- and hydrodynamics of fine sediment erosion over a fixed coarse-grain bed,M. Trevisson, O. Eiff & Y. Akutina

Effects of sediment influx on sediment transport characteristics in a river channel,S. Rabab, M. Gormley, L. Beevers & A. Cuthbertson

The growth process of river dunes, S. Naqshband & A.J.F. Hoitink

A new 2D bedload transport model based on non-capacity approach to overcome the problems associated to finite-depth sediment layers, S.Martínez-Aranda, J. Murillo & P. García-Navarro

Modelling of massive bedload deposition in a debris basin: Cross comparison between numerical and small scale modelling, M.G. de Linares, V. Mano, G. Piton & A. Recking

Sediment transport potential in a channelized floodplain, S. Sumaiya, J.T. Schubert & J.A. Czuba

Effects of irregular particle shapes on the sediment movement and transport rate in gravelbed channels, T. Atsumi & S. Fukuoka

Effect of the shape of a sediment particle on its jump, R. Jain, H.T. Korb, S. Tschisgale & J. Fröhlich

Combined load in open channel: Modelling of transport layer at high bed shear, V. MatouSek & s. Zrostlík

A numerical investigation on sediment erosion in confluence channel with erodible and nonerodible banks, Q. Yang, M. Guan, J. Zhai & X. Wang

Anchor-ice rafting, an important mechanism for bed-sediment transport in cold-regions rivers, E.W. Kempema, R. Ettema & K. Bunte

Numerical modeling of flow and sediment transport in a real shallow reservoir: Comparison between 2D and 3D simulation, N. Claude, M. Secher, J. Deng, E. Valette & M. Duclercq

Hydrac, an inversion software for SPM quantification, G. Fromant, D. Hurther, N.L. Dantec, A. Lebourges-Dhaussy, F. Jourdin, A. Vergnes, J. Le Coz, S. Fisher & G. Pierrefeu

Experiments to assess the efficacy of sediment flushing in reservoirs, S. Guillén-Ludeña, J.A. Toapaxi, J.M. Carrillo & L.G. Castillo

Reservoir sedimentation management with upstream sediment remanipulated, T. Li & G.B. Pasternack

Numerical analysis of bed development during pressure flushing with partial drawdown, M. Kunz, K. Mouris, S. Haun, S.K. Karmacharya & N. Rüther

Tracking the mean annual velocity and vertical mixing of bedload tracers, A. Cain, M. Iannetta, C. Muirhead, E. Papangelakis, T. Raso, B.J. MacVicar & P. Ashmore

Fluvial erosion of glacial tills and clay deposits: Sampling method, L. Gonthier, D. Yeats & S. Gaskin

Bed-material transport over entrance sills at longitudinal training walls, W.J. van Os, W.S.J. Uijttewaal, R.J. Labeur, A.L. Osorio, E. Mosselman & L.R. Lokin

Numerical modelling of sediment deposition in Lake Mills, USA, N.R.B. Olsen

Measurement of sand transport with a submerged pump: Presentation of the results of a test campaign carried outon the Isère River in July 2019, A. Recking, F. Fontaine, M. Regazzoni, F. Lauters, S. Zanker, L. Brunet, B. Camenen & T. Geay

Incipient motion of gravel-boulder sediment particles in rivers of Costa Rica, L. Alvarez & R.E. Murillo-Muñoz

Sub-theme: Morphodynamics

A study on multifactorial riverbed degradation, C. Ferrer-Boix & J.P. Martín-Vide

Estimating erosion and deposition without morphodynamic models, E.G. Pearson, J.L. Carrivick, B. Hankin & R. Lamb

Changes in the equilibrium river profile due to interventions, R.P. van Denderen, E. Kater, L.H. Jans & R.M.J. Schielen

Evaluation of geomorphological characteristics in a quasi-equilibrium river channel, R.K. Biswas, S. Egashira, D. Harada & H. Ito

The morphological response of an alpine catchment to a large infrequent disturbance, G. Pellegrini, A. Cazorzi, R. Rainato, L. Martini, L. Picco & M. Cavalli

Significance of deep-channel dynamics at Lower Jamuna bifurcation, S. Giri, G. Donchyts, A. Thompson, E. Mosselman & J. Alam

Effect of tides on stability of bifurcations in river deltas, A.P. Iwantoro, M. van der Vegt & M.G. Kleinhans

Modelling amplification effects of cascading failures of landside dams, M. Guan & Q. Yang

Morphodynamics of downstream fining in rivers with unimodal sand-gravel feed, C. An, G. Parker, X. Fu, M.P. Lamb & J.G. Venditti

Effect of bank roughness on step-pool systems in steep channels, F. Maager, B. Hohermuth, V. Weitbrecht & R.M. Boes

Field investigation of bedforms and flow resistance in a large sand river, L. Schippa

Changes in braided river morphology resulting from a flood sequence, R.L. Fernandez, D. Parsons, S. Mclelland & B. Bodewes

Upstream channel degradation triggered by a meander cutoff: Potential replacement for channel dredging, K. Naito, L. Guerrero, H. Valverde, Y. Estrada, F. Fuentes, B. Santillan, G. Valvidia,J.D. Abad & T. Iwasaki

Modeling the planform development of confined meandering rivers, H. Amini, S. Zen, F. Monegaglia, S. Lanzoni, M. Tubino & G. Zolezzi

2D numerical modeling on meander chute cutoffs, Z. Li & M.H. García

Numerical simulation study of a bend-cut resolution to flood control at Fu River tail, Poyang Lake of China, H. Ge & L. Zhu

Effect of flow unsteadiness on the long-term evolution of alternate bars, M. Carlin, M. Redolfi & M. Tubino

Aspects of the formation of dunes in gravel streams, K. Lockwood & A.M.F. da Silva

A specific energy diagram for antidunes, F. Núñez-González, J.P. Martín-Vide & N.R.B. Olsen

Superimposed bedforms in the Rhine-Meuse delta, J.Y. Poelman, S. Naqshband & A.J.F. Hoitink

Numerical simulation of dune movements during a flood event in River Elbe, Germany, R. Kopmann

Effect of alternate expansion and contraction of width on the river morphology, T. Karmaker, D.N. Ratha, H. Singh, J. Singh, J. Mangla, J. Gupta, J. Singh, K. Singh, K. Kaswan & K. Chauhan

Influence of bed forms on stage discharge relations in compound channels, T. Branß, J. Aberle & F. Núñez-González

Bed morphology evolution and 3D-flow field characterization at a lateral water intake, J.B. Baltazar, E. Alves, G. Bombar & A.H. Cardoso

An experimental study on the overbank sedimentation in an asymmetrical compound channel, C. Juez, C. Schaerer, H. Jenny, A.J. Schleiss & M.J. Franca

Channel-floodplain response to changes in sediment supply and floodplain width, E. Viparelli & E.C. Eke

Optimal conditions for floodplain sedimentation and land aggradation in river deltas, W.J. Gerats, J.H. Nienhuis & H.J. Pierik

Breaching of fluvial dykes: Influence of the dyke geometry, V. Schmitz, S. Erpicum, I. Rifai, K.E.K. Abderrezzak, P. Archambeau, M. Pirotton & B. Dewals

On the equilibrium width of rivers with cohesive erodible banks, S. Francalanci, L. Solari & S. Lanzoni

Assessing the effect of groynes orientation on near-bank flow and morphology in a natural meander bend using 2D numerical simulation, S. Karki, H. Nakagawa, K. Kawaike, M. Hashimoto & Y. Hasegawa

The effect of micro groins on riverbed structures - Comparison of the velocity distribution in experiments with fixed and mobile bed, A. Müller, F. Seidel & F. Nestmann

Hydro-morphological response to the change in groynes position and angle in sine-generated meandering channels of different sinuosity, S. Karki, H. Nakagawa, K. Kawaike & E.J. Langendoen

Study on riverbed variation management by groin at a river confluence associated with the barrage water, Y. Okamoto, J. Nishio, K. Kanda, K. Michioku, F. Nakamura & H. Kubo

Quantifying channel-floodplain connectivity in the Trinity River, TX with numerical modeling and field observations, P. Passalacqua, S. Rahman, H.J. Hassenruck-Gudipati & D. Mohrig

Two-dimensional modelling of bank erosion process in the lower Jingjiang reach of the middle Yangtze River, S.S. Deng, J.Q. Xia & M.R. Zhou

River bed variation of Chongqing reach in upstream of the three gorges reservoir, L. Chunjing, L. jing, L. Fei, G. Leilei & G. Xu

Bed level change in the Upper Rhine Delta and Niederrhein, C.Y. Arbos, A. Blom, F.A. Goldaracena, S. van Vuren & R.M.J. Schielen

Effective discharge calculations: Comparison of classic methods with a morphodynamic model on a reach of the Po River (Italy), S. Borhani, H. Hosseiny & K. Strom

Channel evolution and bank erosion in the Middle Yangtze River after the TGP operation, J.Q. Xia, M.R. Zhou, S.S. Deng & Q.X. Xu

Comparing 2-D and 1-D/2-D modelling of Agly River bed change during a flood, S. Mezbache, A. Paquier & M. Hasbaia

Special session: Scour at in-stream hydraulic structures, organized by Brian M. Crookston & Michele Palermo

Morphometric relation of obstacle marks at boulder-like obstructions in time, O. Schlömer

The influence of in-stream bridge structures on free surface turbulence, E.D. Johnson, W.D. Miller, J. Bowles & G. Smith

Bedload sediment transport induced by channel-spanning instream structures, E.M. Follett & C.A.M.E. Wilson

Analyzing the impact of wooden debris on scour and sediment transport, T. Johannsen, M. Weber & N. Saenger

Predicting maximum scour in bends of sand-bed rivers, D.C. Froehlich & S. Giri

Permeable groundsills in flow alternation and scour control for headwater streams, Y.D. Chen & C.C. Wu

Flow hydrodynamics and scour around bridge pier during tsunami propagation in coastal rivers, A. Wuppukondur & T.E. Baldock

Innovative approach to the design of stilling basin: Improvement of fish migration and scour utilization for energy dissipation, M. Zukal, P. FoSumpaur, T. KaSpar & M. Králík

Sub-theme: Experimental techniques

A methodology to measure the threshold of the incipient motion of sediment load directly in rivers, L. Alvarez & R.E. Murillo-Muñoz

Quantifying uncertainties in the discharge distribution over the river Rhine branches using expert elicitation, S. Steenblik, M.R.A. Gensen, J.J. Warmink & S.J.M.H. Hulscher

Optimal river cross section for both flood control and aquatic habitat in gravel beds, Y. Yasuda & P.B. Piccoli

Measuring suspended mud flocs in the laboratory: A comparison between two methods, E. Abolfazli, R. Osborn & K. Strom

A simple theory and experiments for onset of flocculation in kaolin clay suspensions, N. Rommelfanger, B. Vowinckel, Z. Wang, E. Meiburg & P. Luzzatto-Fegiz

Automated river ice freeze-up monitoring and characterization, S. Ansari, C.D. Rennie, S.P. Clark & O. Seidou

Assessment of sediment disaster and feasibility of countermeasures using physical hydraulic model, C.C. Wu, H.C. Ni, P.H. Wang, C.H. Li, H.L. Chen & C.Y. Hung

On the development and calibration of a miniaturised instrumented particle for geomorphic hazards monitoring, K. Alobaidi & M. Valyrakis

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

New developments of FUDAA-LSPIV, a user-friendly software to perform river velocity measurements in various flow conditions, M. Jodeau, C. Bel, G. Antoine, G. Bodart, J.L. Coz, J.-B. Faure, A. Hauet, F. Leclercq, H. Haddad, C. Legout & B. Marchand

Application of uav system and sfm techniques to develop high-resolution terrain models, M.L. Salandra, D. Capolongo, V. Pennella, S. Nicotri & G. Donvito

The effect of surface gravity waves on the measurement of river surface velocity, G. Dolcetti, S.J. Tait, B. Hortobágyi & M. Perks

Current practices and future directions of monitoring systems for the assessment of geomorphological conditions at bridge infrastructure, P. Michalis, Y. Xu & M. Valyrakis

Monitoring the potential for bridge protections destabilization, using instrumented particles, Y. Xu, K. AlObaidi, P. Michalis & M. Valyrakis

Smart bridge: Towards robust monitoring of environmental hazards, E. Koursari, S.J. Wallace, Y. Xu, P. Michalis & M. Valyrakis

Comparison of PIV and optical flow for river flow applications, L.P.N. Mendes, A.M.C. Ricardo, A.J.M. Bernardino & R.M.L. Ferreira

Calibration of the Swiss plate geophone system at the Zinal field site with direct bedload samples and results from controlled flume experiments, T. Nicollier, D. Rickenmann, S. Boss, E. Travaglini & A. Hartlieb

Integration of low-cost technological solutions for flow rate and bedload transport monitoring in the Caldone river, Italy, V.I. Ivanov, B. Zanchi, M. Papini, A. Radice, L. Barazzetti, L. Zanzi & L. Longoni

Sampling suspended sand in rivers using instantaneous horizontal bottle samplers: A comparison against other techniques, G. Dramais, J. Le Coz, B. Camenen & G. Pierrefeu

Flow patterns and bed changes due to traditional river training structures "Seigyu", S.A. Kantoush, M.M. A. Mamari, Y. Takemon, M. Saber, O. Habiba, T. Sumi, S. Kobayashi & M. Tazumi

Breaking of internal solitary waves generated by intrusions, G.L. Forgia, L. Ottolenghi & C. Adduce

Dam breach hydraulics and morphodynamics in overtopped earth dams with chimney filter, T. Alvarez, S. Valente, S. Amaral, T. Viseu & R.M.L. Ferreira

Special session: Advances in large-scale hydraulic experiments organized by Hong-Koo Yeo & Ellis Penning

A laboratory and numerical study of transverse momentum exchange in vegetated channels, S.H. Truong, U. Ji & W.S.J. Uijttewaal

Large-scale experiments for vegetated flows with different types of vegetation patch layouts, U. Ji, I. Bae, J. Järvelä, K. Västilä, H. Kim & C. Lee

Estimation of transverse mixing coefficients in shallow, gravel-bedded rivers, L. Gond, E. Mignot, J.L. Coz & L. Kateb

Incipient motion of sand under combined flow and full-scale waves, J. Ewers

River training works research to improve navigation conditions on the Elbe River close to the Czech/Germany border, T. KaSpar, P. FoSumpaur, M. Králík & M. Zukal

Theme: The digital river

Sub-theme: Monitoring

GIS and remote sensing for tracking morphological changes and vegetation coverage at the reach scale: The Po River case study, M. Nones & M. Guerrero

Detecting and quantifying morphological change in tropical rivers using google earth engine and image analysis techniques, R.J. Boothroyd, R.D. Williams, B. Barrett, T.B. Hoey, P.L.M. Tolentino, J.E. Perez,E. Guardian, C.P. David & X. Yang

Thirty-year analysis of a changing river system using Bayesian rating curves, K.D. Berends, M.R.A. Gensen, J.J. Warmink & S.J.M.H. Hulscher

Application of convolutional neural network method to measure free surface velocity in open channel flow, T.Y. Chen & H.H-C. Ho

Remote gauging of open channel flow: Estimation of depth averaged velocity from surface velocity and turbulence, G.M. Smart & H.J. Biggs

Determining image-based grain size distribution with suboptimal conditioned photos,M. Detert & V. Weitbrecht

Video-based hydrometry: A Bayesian camera calibration method for uncertainty analysis, J. Le Coz, B. Renard, V. Vansuyt, A. Hauet & M. Jodeau

Monocular 3D reconstruction for image-based velocity estimation, L. Pénard, M. Khalid & E. Mémin

Empirical vs. analytical methods for modelling the uncertainty of ADCP discharge measurements, A. Despax, J.L. Coz, D.S. Mueller, G. Naudet, G. Pierrefeu, K. Delamarre, S.A. Moore & E.C. Jamieson

Flow measurement in step-pool mountain streams, S.T. Kalathil & V. Chandra

Unified framework for drought monitoring and assessmentin a transboundary river basin, R.J. Araneda, J. Puertas, R. Maia & M. Bermúdez

Sub-theme: Numerical modelling

New approaches to solving the Saint-Venant equations, B.R. Hodges, C.-W. Yu & F. Liu

Simulation of resonant gravity waves in shallow water flows using a depth-averaged URANS model, A. Navas-Montilla, C. Juez, M.J. Franca & J. Murillo

A high-order augmented Riemann solver for the treatment of bottom steps and porosity discontinuities in the shallow water equations with porosity, A. Ferrari, R. Vacondio & P. Mignosa

Discontinuous Galerkin method for 1D river flows, I. Draoui, J. Lambrechts, V. Legat, S. Soares-Frazão, T. Hoitink & E. Deleersnijder

Control theory-based update of water levels in 1D hydrodynamic models, M. MilaSinovic, D. Prodanovic, B. Zindovic, N. Rosic & N. Milivojevic

Flood simulation in urban areas obtained by GPU-accelerated 2D shallow water model with internal boundary conditions, S. Dazzi, R. Vacondio, A. Ferrari, M. D'Oria & P. Mignosa

Improved floodplain vegetation roughness for 1D hydraulic models, A. Crosato, J. Zulfan & A. Vargas-Luna

Numerical modelling of flow dynamics in the Tonle Sap by means of a discontinuous Galerkin finite-element model, H.A. Le, J. Lambrechts, E. Deleersnijder, S. Soares-Frazao, H.A. Le, N. Gratiot, S. Ortleb, N. Gratiot & E. Deleersnijder

Depth averaged numerical simulation of non-cohesive river dike breaching due to overtopping flows, L. Kheloui, K. E.K. Abderrazzak, R. Ata, I. Rifai & B. Dewals

Fine sediment deposits in gravel bed rivers: Sensitivity analysis to particle properties using a 2D hydrodynamic and sediment model, H. Haddad, M. Jodeau, G. Antoine, N. Claude & C. Legout

A 2D Shallow water model with depth-dependant porosity applied to the Severn River, V. Ayoub, C. Delenne, P. Matgen, Pascal & R. Hostache

Simulation of hydro-sedimentary processes during a dam flushing event using three 1D numerical software, E.C. Lalinde, V. Dugué, T. Fretaud, M. Sécher, E. Valette, J.-B. Faure & B. Camenen

Large Eddy Simulation for flows through emerged or slightly submerged square obstacles, M. Oukacine, R. Rtimi, N. Goutal, F. Larrarte, R. Rtimi, N. Goutal, V. Loizeau,S. Benhamadouche & S. Proust

Mesh orientation and cell size sensitivity in 2D SWE solvers, D.R. Kitts, W.J. Syme, S. Gao, G. Collecutt & P.A. Ryan

Breakthrough-curve analysis for identification of contaminant source characteristics using machine learning, S.Y. Kwon, I.W. Seo & H. Noh

Automated quantification of river morphodynamics from satellite imagery for large multithreaded rivers, J. Rawee, F. Huthoff, D.C.M. Augustijn & M. van Hoek

Reconstructing the Aznalcóllar mine accident 20 year later. Numerical modelling of the flood, M. Sanz-Ramos, E. Bladé & J. Dolz

Current trends in the optimization of hydraulic flood simulations in ungauged steep rivers, A. Moraru, N. Rüther & O. Bruland

A quantitative assessment of hydrodynamic impacts due to variable discharges on the backwater deposits of Durgapur Barrage over River Damodar in India using MIKE 11, S. Nandy, R.B. Sahu, M.K. Das & B.C. Barman

A new strategy for the estimation of friction parameters in hydrodynamic modelling: Implementation to an ephemeral river, V. Bellos, I. Nalbantis & G. Tsakiris

Bank erosion in regulated navigable rivers: Towards a process-based model of bank retreat, G. Duró, A. Crosato & W.S.J. Uijttewaal

Assessment of river embankments security: A case study, C.D. Cristo, G.D. Giudice, M. Greco, F. Granata, M. Iervolino, A. Leopardi, Nicola Cifù, A. Gabriele, S. Sarracini & G.d. Marinis

Numerical modelling approaches for flow near groynes - comparison with experiments, L.R. Ambagts, F.W. Platzek, M. Baron & M.F.M. Yossef

Special session: Advanced methods in turbulence modelling of fluvial systems, organized by Fabian Bombardelli, Carlo Gualtieri & Daniel Valero

Effect of active filtering on flow around a partially submerged freshwater mussel, H. Wu, J. Zeng & G. Constantinescu

Mass and momentum exchange in lateral bank cavities with increasing aspect ratio using large-eddy simulation, P. Ouro, C. Juez & Mário J. Franca

Eddy-resolving simulation of flows over macro-roughness, F. Zabaleta & F.A. Bombardelli

Large-eddy simulation of turbulent free surface flows past a surface-piercing circular cylinder, Z. Xie, T. Stoesser & J. Xia

Investigation of water surface treatments in DES simulations and their effects on outer bank cell production in river bends, H.K. Schreiner, C.D. Rennie & A. Mohammadian

High-fidelity three-phase flow simulation of flash and riverine floods in real-life waterways, A. Khosronejad, K. Flora & S. Kang

Hydrodynamic modelling of leaky barriers with OpenFOAM, S. Leakey, C.J.M. Hewett, V. Glenis & P.F. Quinn

Numerical study of the flow and passive scalar transport in an open-channel confluence with a flat and a degraded fixed bed, T. Jin, P.X. Ramos, L. Schindfessel & T. De Mulder

Boat induced sediment resuspension and water clarity in shallow flows, S.A.V. Mateus, F.A. Bombardelli & S.G. Schladow

Mesh-size insensitive turbulence modelling for the 2D shallow water equations, G.R. Collecutt, S. Gao & W.J. Syme

The lateral mixing by waves in steep river channel, S. Karimpour & V.H. Chu

Special session: The future of river modelling, organized by Irina Overeem, Mohamed Yossef & Erik Mosselman

Automating flood-safe ecological river modelling and design, S. Schwindt & G.B. Pasternack

Combination of machine-learning method and sediment transport model to forecast sediment budget in watershed, S.-H. Chang & H.H-C. Ho

Two-dimensional modelling of hydro-morphodynamic processes in a gravel-bed river: New insights from in situ measurement progress and interoperability applications, C. Bel, M. Jodeau, N. Claude & P. Tassi

Numerical simulation of non-uniform bed-load transport using a Lagrangian method and probabilistic Exner equation, K. Ota & T. Sato

Exploring contributions of citizens' data to improvements in modelling of an urbanized catchment: A case study in Kifissos catchment, T.H. Assumpção, I. Popescu, A.

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