Special Issue "Advances in Hydraulics and Hydroinformatics"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (1 March 2019).
Interests: mathematical model; numerical methods; lattice Boltzmann method; sediment transport; mass transport; computational hydrodynamics
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Interests: engineering hydraulics; flood discharge; energy dissipation; model experiments; numerical simulation of turbulence; two-phase flows
Interests: numerical simulation of flows; lattice Boltzmann method; shallow water flow; two-phase flow; droplet impact; cavitation; hydraulics experiment
Interests: environmental fluid mechanics; river basin hydraulics; coastal and offshore processes; sediment transport; water contamination
Great progress has been made in research on hydraulics and hydroinformatics over the past few decades, which include theoretical, experimental and numerical studies, generating new understanding and knowledge. This undoubtedly accelerates the applications of research outcomes in solving challenging problems for optimizing design and improving relevant management of flow problems in engineering. For example, new formulations in the treatment of bed friction in the shallow water model for overland flow due to rainfall, and coupled 1D–2D hydrodynamic inundation model for sewer overflow may shed light on the forecast and mitigation of flooding under climate change. In order to meet the requirements of speedy knowledge transfer to resolving engineering problems, this Special Issue aims to report the on-going research in hydraulics and hydroinformatics as well as their novel applications in practical engineering. All original contributions in the following areas will be considered for publication. This includes new research on hydraulics and hydroinformatics and their latest applications without being limited to the following listed topics, e.g., urban floods, sediment transport dynamics, environmental hydraulics, subsurface flows, hydropower station hydraulics, ecological hydraulics, ice hydraulics, numerical simulation of hydraulics, multiphysics and multiscale methods, new numerical schemes, high-performance computing, remote sensing, geography information systems, global positioning systems.
Dr. JianGuo Zhou
Prof. Dr. Jianmin Zhang
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Yong Peng
Prof. Dr. Alistair Borthwick
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Engineering hydraulics
- Urban floods
- Sediment transport dynamics
- Environmental hydraulics
- Remote sensing
- Geography information systems
- Global positioning systems
- Multiphysics and multiscale methods
- Experiments in hydraulics