Hydraulic and Environmental Modelling: Estuarine and River Waters
Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Hydraulic and Environmental Modelling of Coastal, Estuarine and River Waters, Vol. 2.
First published in 1992, this is the second of two volumes on recent advances in the field of hydraulic and environmental modelling, with invited and refereed contributions from an international group of engineers, scientists and planners involved in application, research and development. It covers the estuarine and river waters with parts devoted to: flow processes; flow modelling; salinity intrusion modelling; water quality modelling; sediment transport modelling; expert systems. The first volume covers coastal waters.
With the continually increasing interest in the development and application of numerical hydraulic models, their value is especially evident as tools of design and management for flow, pollutant and sediment transport simulation studies in various environments.
The readership includes practising engineers and scientists in the water industry, consulting engineers, water companies and the NRA and other government departments, university and polytechnic libraries, staff and students and all other members of the water engineering profession.
Table of Contents
Part 1. Flow Processes. 1. Boundary Shear in Differentially Roughened Trapezoidal Channels. D.W. Knight, A.A.I. Al-Hamid and K.W.H. Yuen. 2. An Experimental Study for Estimating Hydraulic Roughness of Alluvial Beds. M.B.A. Saad, M.T.K. Gaweesh and M.M. Gasser. 3.Conveyance of Meandering Compound Channels. M.L. Lorena and D.A. Ervine. 4. Estimation of Turbulence Parameters within Intertidal Saltmarsh Channels. J.R. French and N.J. Clifford. 5. The Effect of Interfacial Friction Factor on the Structure of Salt Wedge. M.O. Lee and A. Murota. 6. Longitudinal Dispersion in Rectangular Turbulent Open Channel Flow. K. Fujisaki, H. Ohki and Y. Awaya. Part 2. Flow Modelling. 7. A Backwater Method for Trans-Critical Flows. P.G. Samuels and K.S. Chawdhary. 8. Comparison of Four Simulation Tools Used in River Engineering. J. Wodslon. 9. A Reclamation Study Through Method of Characteristics. L.K. Ghosh and C.B. Singh. 10. An Investigation of the Effect of Different Discretizations in River Models and a Comparison of Non-Conservative and Conservative Formulation of the De St. Venant Equations. C.D. Whitlow and D.W. Knight. 11. Implicit and Explicit TVD Methods for Discontinuous Open Channel Flows. P. Garcia-Navarro and F. Alcrudo. 12. A Numerical Simulation of Open Channel Flows on a Sinusoidal Bed by Using the k-ϵ Turbulence Model. N. Matsunaga, Y. Sugihara and T. Komatsu. 13. Hydrodynamic Simulation of Small-Scale Tidal Wetlands. P. Goodwin, J. Lewandowski and R.J. Sobey. 14. Feasibility Study of a Two-Barrier System in the Dutch Sea Water Defence. I.C.M. Helsloot and J.P.F.M. Janssen. 15. Hydrodynamic Modelling of the Mersey Estuary for a Tidal Power Barrage. E.A. Wilson and J.H. Porter. Part 3. Salinity Intrusion Modelling. 16. An Estuarine Salinity Model. B. Pearce, V. Vivek, H. McIlvaine, E. Simek and P. Sucsy. 17. 3-D Finite Element Simulation of Salt-Water Intrusion in an Estuarine Barrage. T. Kawachi, M. Ban and K. Hiramatsu. 18. Model Study on Combating Salt Water Intrusion for Hangzhou City. Z. Han, Y. Shao and X. Lu. Part 4. Water Quality Modelling. 19. Water Quality Modelling in a Hypertidal, Muddy Estuary. H.G.H. Larsen, K.W. Olesen,A.J. Parfitt and W.R. Parker. 20. Theoretical and Practical Aspects of a Hydrodynamic and Water Quality Study of the Tidal River Axe, Weston-S-Mare. E. Aristodemou, D.V. Smith and C.D. Whitlow. 21. A One-Dimensional Microbiological Pollution Model of the Upper Clyde Estuary. J.M. Crowther, J.M. Bennet, S.G. Wallis, J.C. Curran, D.P. Milne, J.S. Findlay and B.J.B. Wood. 22. Models for Coastal and Estuarine Problems: A Review of ICI’s Approach on Teesside. R.E. Lewis. 23. Estuary Management – Modelling the Impact of Variable Input Loads. K.J. Clark, B.M. Mollowney and B. Harbott. 24. Proposed Integrated Waste Treatment Centre Hull Water Quality Model, River Humber. M.D. McKemey. 25. Effects of Tidal Modulation on River Plume Spreading. K. Nakatsuki, K. Muraoka and S. Aburatani. 26. A Delay-Diffusion Description for Two-Dimensional Contaminant Dispersion. Y.Liu. 27. Finite Element Simulation of Flow and Pollution Transport Applied to a Part of the River Rhine. R. Feldhaus, J. Hottges, T. Brockhaus and G. Rouve. 28. Analysis of the Balance of Point and Diffuse Source Cadmium Loading in the Rhine River Basin. A. Almassy, G. Jolankai, I. Biro, W. van Deursen and J. Kwadijk. 29. Numerical Simulation of Water Flow and Water Quality in Urban River Networks. S.Q. Liu and B. Li. 30. Dispersion in Compound Open Channel Flow. P. Prinos. 31. Prediction of Pollutant Transport in Compound Channel Flows. B. Lin and K. Shiono. 32. Numerical Model of Three-Dimensional Flow Processes and Pollution Transport in the Rivers. A.L. Mironovsky. Part 5. Sediment Transport Modelling. 33. Modelling of the Morphological Processes in Venice Lagoon. R. Warren, O.K. Jensen, J. Johnsen and H.K. Johnson. 34. Interaction Between the River Flow and Bed Forms in the Estuarine Reach of the Vistula River. L. Suszka. 35. Prediction of the Siltation in the Northern Entrance of the Suez Canal for the Second Development Stage. R.M. Hassan, E. El Sadek, L.C. van Rijn and E.W. Bijker. 36. Simulation of Near Bank Aggradation and Degradation for Width Adjustment Models. S.E. Darby and C.R. Thorne. 37. Risk Assessment for Erosion of Sediment Deposits in River Basins Using GIS for Data Management. P. Ruland, U. Arnold and G. Rouve. 38. Computations of Erosion and Deposition Pattern in the Lower Karnafuli River, Bangladesh. L.A. Khan and M.K. Alam. 39. A Study on Problems in Suspended Sediment Transportation. Z. Wang and A. Dittrich. 40. Laboratory and Field Investigation of a New Bed Load Sampler for Rivers. M.T.K. Gaweesh and L.C. van Rijn. Part 6. Expert Systems. 41. A Microcomputer-Based Tool for the Investigation of Coastal Hydrodynamic Systems. D.G. Kleinschmidt and B.R. Pearce. 42. Ecosystem Modelling Utilising Desktop Parallel Computer Technology: The Contributions of Freshwater and Sediment to Habitat Succession in the Wetlands of Lousiana. M.L. White, J.W. Day Jr, T. Maxwell, R. Costanza and F. Sklar. 43. The Uses of Intelligent Systems and Integrated Design Environments in Water Quality and Hydraulic Modelling. T.M. Slow and R.G.S. Matthew.
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