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Water - Connecting the World

The International Association for Hydro-Environment Engineering and Research (IAHR) World Congress 2019

IAHR World Congress comprises of a central theme: Water - Connecting the World. Each day of the conference has a theme too; Hydraulic Structures; Ports and Coastal Engineering; Hydro-Environment; Water Management and Hydro-informatics; River and Sediment Management; Climate Change and Extreme Events.

To celebrate, we've collated articles from the Association's journals which showcase the discipline of hydro-environment engineering and research relating to these themes and are free to access from this page.

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Journal of Hydraulic Research

Numerical study of a symmetric submerged spatial hydraulic jump
Vimaldoss Jesudhas, Ram Balachandar & Tirupati BolisettiTBCTBC
Wave transformation and hydrodynamic characteristics of wave-breaking models coupled with Boussinesq equationsMohsin Siddique, Tarek Merabtene & Yoshimitsu Tajima556
Analytical and field verification of a 3D hydrodynamic and water quality numerical scheme based on the 2D formulation in CE-QUAL-W2Hussein A. M. Al-Zubaidi & Scott A. WellsTBCTBC
Steady-flow experiments in urban areas and anisotropic porosity modelMirjana Velickovic, Yves Zech & Sandra Soares-Frazão551
Extended Engelund–Hansen type sediment transport relation for mixtures based on the sand-silt-bed Lower Yellow River, ChinaKensuke Naito, Hongbo Ma, Jeffrey A. Nittrouer, et al.TBCTBC
Effect of building overtopping on induced loads during extreme hydrodynamic eventsDavide Wüthrich, Michael Pfister, Ioan Nistor et al.TBCTBC

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