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Special Issue "Intelligent Approaches in Predicting Hydrodynamics and Sediment Transport"
A special issue of Applied Sciences (ISSN 2076-3417). This special issue belongs to the section "Earth Sciences and Geography".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 September 2022) | Viewed by 6648
Special Issue Editor
Interests: modeling of storm surge, hurricane waves, and sediment transport and morphological developments in coastal and estuarine areas
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Special Issue Information
The objective of this Special Issue is to introduce intelligent and innovative approaches in predicting hydrodynamics and sediment transport in riverine, coastal, and estuarine areas. These approaches may cover, but are not limited to, aspects of data collection, model development/improvement, process parametrization, numerical experiment design, and results analysis. We encourage studies of stage/water level, streamflow/current, storm surge, waves, salinity, temperature, sediment transport, short- and long-term morphological changes in rivers, lakes, bays, deltas, and coasts. We are also interested in the impacts of extreme events (e.g., flood, cold fronts, and tropical storm), land subsidence, sea level rise and human activities (e.g., deep waterway projects, sediment diversion projects, navigation channel dredging, and hydraulic structures). The applications of new techniques/methodologies in modeling, such as data assimilation, remote sensing, neutral network, machine learning, and high-performance computing, are especially welcome.
Prof. Dr. Kelin Hu
- sediment transport
- morphological change
- estuaries and coasts
- storm surge
- human impacts