Our work in hydrodynamics and hydraulics falls within four main areas:
We make use of analytical calculations, numerical methods, experimentation and remotely sensed data to study a variety of phenomena.
The academic staff working in this area are
|Graham Sander||Huili Chen||Chris Keylock|
|Qiuhua Liang||Tim Marjoribanks||Xilin Xia|
We have long-standing collaborations with a number of universities in the U.K. and further afield including Cornell and EPFL.
A selection of recent research publications includes:
- CHEN, H., LIANG, Q., LIANG, Z., LIU, Y., XIE, S. 2019. Remote-sensing disturbance detection index to identify spatio-temporal varying flood impact on crop production, Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 269-270, pp. 180-191
- KEYLOCK, C.J. 2019. Turbulence at the Lee bound: maximally non-normal vortex filaments and the decay of a local dissipation rate, Journal of Fluid Mechanics 881, 283-312.
LISLE, I.G., SANDER, G.C., PARLANGE, J.-Y., ROSE, C.W., HOGARTH, W.L., BRADDOCK, R.D., STAGNITTI, F., LOCKINGTON, D.A., JOMAA, S., CHERAGHI, M., and BARRY, D.A. 2017. Transport time scales in soil erosion modeling, Vadose Zone Journal 16, 12.
- MARJORIBANKS, T.I., LAGUE, D., HARDY, R.J., BOOTHROYD, R.J, LEROUX, J., MONY, C. and PUIJALON, S. 2019. Flexural Rigidity and Shoot Reconfiguration Determine Wake Length Behind Saltmarsh Vegetation Patches, Journal of Geophysical Research124, 8, 2176-2196.
- XIA, X., LIANG, Q. and MING, X. 2019. A full-scale fluvial flood modelling framework based on a high-performance integrated hydrodynamic modelling system (HiPIMS), Advances in Water Resources 132, art. no. 103392.