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Special Issue on Estuarine Hydrodynamics and Morphodynamics

By Coastal Engineering Journal

This special issue collection on: Estuarine Hydrodynamics and Morphodynamics, is made up of the state-of-art research on estuarine hydrodynamics and morphodynamics from various viewpoints, with a range of practical applications including flood control, navigation channel maintenance and environmental issues.

The special feature covers topics such as:

  • X-band radar observation of morphological changes due to flood events at the mouth of Tenryu River, Japan
  • Field and numerical investigations of the morpho-hydrodynamic processes of the tidal inlet at Shippagan Gully, New Brunswick, Canada
  • CFD modeling of tidal bores: development and validation challenges
  • Temporal changes in the ebb-tidal delta bathymetry of Imagire-guchi inlet in Japan
  • Decelerating bores in channels and estuaries
  • Numerical investigation of a sandbar formation and evolution in a tide-dominated estuary using a hydro-morphodynamic model
  • Tidal bore hydrodynamics and sediment processes: 2010–2016 field observations in France
  • Modeling of nitrogen and phosphorus profiles in sediment of Osaka Bay, Japan with parameter optimization using the polynomial chaos expansion
  • Numerical experiments on effect of river mouth morphology on tsunami behavior in rivers
  • Collapse and recovery process of the sand spit at the Tenryu River mouth on the Pacific Coast of Japan
  • Analysis of shoreline change in Cua Dai beach by using Empirical Orthogonal Function

You can enjoy free access to these articles, exclusively via this page, until the end of July, 2019

ArticleAuthor
Estuarine hydrodynamics and morphodynamics: a perspectiveHitoshi Tanaka & Hubert Chanson
X-band radar observation of morphological changes due to flood events at the mouth of Tenryu River, JapanSatoshi Takewaka & Tomoyuki Ono
Field and numerical investigations of the morpho-hydrodynamic processes of the tidal inlet at Shippagan Gully, New Brunswick, CanadaMitchel Provan, Seth Logan, Ioan Nistor, Andrew Cornett & Alain Drouin
CFD modeling of tidal bores: development and validation challengesXinqian Leng, Bruno Simon, Nazanin Khezri, Pierre Lubin & Hubert Chanson
Temporal changes in the ebb-tidal delta bathymetry of Imagire-guchi inlet in JapanTakumi Okabe & Shigeru Kato
Decelerating bores in channels and estuariesYoukai Li & Hubert Chanson
Numerical investigation of a sandbar formation and evolution in a tide-dominated estuary using a hydro-morphodynamic modelPeng Hu, Jianjian Han, Wei Li, Zhilin Sun & Zhiguo He
Tidal bore hydrodynamics and sediment processes: 2010–2016 field observations in FranceDavid Reungoat, Pierre Lubin, Xinqian Leng & Hubert Chanson
Modeling of nitrogen and phosphorus profiles in sediment of Osaka Bay, Japan with parameter optimization using the polynomial chaos expansionMasayasu Irie, Fumiaki Hirose, Teruhisa Okada, Jann Paul Mattern & Katja Fennel
Numerical experiments on effect of river mouth morphology on tsunami behavior in riversYuta Mitobe, Hitoshi Tanaka, Kazuya Watanabe, Neetu Tiwari & Yasunori Watanabe
Collapse and recovery process of the sand spit at the Tenryu River mouth on the Pacific Coast of JapanYoshimitsu Tajima, Tomohiro Takagawa, Shinji Sato & Satoshi Takewaka
Analysis of shoreline change in Cua Dai beach by using Empirical Orthogonal FunctionTsuyoshi Nagasawa, Mai Thi Thu Thuy, Nguyen Trung Viet & Hitoshi Tanaka

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