Special Issue "Fluvial Hydraulics and Applications"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (14 May 2021) | Viewed by 12757
Interests: two-phase models for fast geomorphic flows; non-Newtonian fluids over impermeable and permeable bottom; surface instability of open-channel flows; flood prediction for clear-water and debris flows
Fluvial hydraulics concerns the flow of water in rivers and channels, along with the active interaction with erodible beds, the sediment transport, and the consequent morphodynamical changes. These problems are studied at different scales, through theoretical, numerical, and experimental modeling. Research advances are taking place in all the fluvial hydraulics aspects, and technical applications are gaining a novel vision, being more and more oriented towards ecological-friendly river management and sustainable engineering design.
For this Special Issue, original contributions dealing with problems of fluvial hydraulics and relative applications are invited. Papers based on field studies, numerical simulations, and laboratory experiments are suitable. The objective is to showcase and share the state-of-the-art scientific knowledge in research and applications in the field of fluvial hydraulics. The issue will also publish a selection of papers from the Special Session “River Hydraulics and Applications” of the IAHR Congress Europe 2020 in Warsaw.
All the papers considered for publication in the Special Issue will be subject to the review process according to the journal requirements.
A non-exhasustive list of pertaining topics comprises: hydrodynamics of river flow in unsteady condition and/or in channel with complex geometries; relationship between flow and turbulence structures and sediment transport; flow interaction with structures also in the presence of erodible bed; river morphodynamic evolution; and the impact of floods and effects of failure of hydraulic structure, such as levees or dams.
Prof. Dr. Michele Iervolino
Prof. Dr. Cristiana Di Cristo
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- extreme floods
- river management
- morphodynamics and sediment transport
- experimental techniques
- climate change
- risk management