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<ul><li><p> ISBN: 978-1-62993-814-1 </p><p>35th IAHR World Congress 2013 The Wise Find Pleasure in Water: Meandering Through Water Science and Engineering </p><p>Chengdu, China 8-13 September 2013 </p><p>Volume 1 of 12 </p></li><li><p>Printed from e-media with permission by: </p><p>Curran Associates, Inc. 57 Morehouse Lane </p><p>Red Hook, NY 12571 </p><p>Some format issues inherent in the e-media version may also appear in this print version. Copyright (2013) by the International Association for Hydro-Environment Engineering &amp; Research All rights reserved. Printed by Curran Associates, Inc. (2014) For permission requests, please contact the International Association for Hydro-Environment Engineering &amp; Research at the address below. International Association for Hydro-Environment Engineering &amp; Research Paseo Bajo Virgen del Puerto, 3 28005 Madrid Spain Phone: +34 91 335 7986 Fax: +34 91 335 7935 iahr@iahr.org Additional copies of this publication are available from: Curran Associates, Inc. 57 Morehouse Lane Red Hook, NY 12571 USA Phone: 845-758-0400 Fax: 845-758-2634 Email: curran@proceedings.com Web: www.proceedings.com </p></li><li><p>TABLE OF CONTENTS </p><p>VOLUME 1 EUPALINOS AND THE TUNNEL OF SAMOS ................................................................................................................ 1</p><p>Gerardo Ruiz </p><p>EVALUATION OF BUFFER ZONE IN HARAZ RIVER IN IRAN .............................................................................. 10Nasser Rostam </p><p>APPLICATION OF TELEMAC-2D IN DAM-BREAK FLOOD SIMULATION FOR WUXIKOU PROJECT ............................................................................................................................................................................ 21</p><p>Shi Sha </p><p>CFD STUDY OF FLOW AND TRANSPORT CHARACTERISTICS IN A SCALED DISINFECTION TANK ..................................................................................................................................................... 30</p><p>Athanasios Angeloudis </p><p>APPLICATION OF REMOTE SENSING TO CLASSIFICATION FOR DIKE SYSTEM......................................... 38Dongju Wu </p><p>REVIEW OF HISTORIC FLOODS CAUSED BY EARTHQUAKE BARRIER LAKES IN SICHUAN PROVINCE, CHINA ....................................................................................................................................... 49</p><p>Shuyou Cao </p><p>FROM UNIT HYDROGRAPH TO INSTANTANEOUS UNIT HYDROGRAPH: PROFESSOR W.-L. HUANGS CONTRIBUTIONS TO WATERSHED HYDROLOGY ......................................................................... 55</p><p>Clark Liu </p><p>ASSESSING HYDRO-ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF RAINWATER HARVESTING UNDER DRY AND WET CONDITIONS IN RAINFED AGRICULTURE........................................................................................... 62</p><p>Pramod K Pandey </p><p>SPATIAL-STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS OF WOODY RIPARIAN VEGETATION FOR HYDRAULIC CONSIDERATIONS.................................................................................................................................. 74</p><p>Clemens Weissteiner </p><p>A STUDY ON FACTORS RELATED TO LONG-TERM ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGES IN LAKE JUSAN .................................................................................................................................................................................. 85</p><p>Shuntaro Matsune </p><p>A HYDRAULIC ROUGHNESS MODEL FOR SUBMERGED FLEXIBLE VEGETATION..................................... 91Chi Wai Li </p><p>A LABORATORY STUDY OF OIL CONTAMINANT(MTBE) TRANSPORT IN SOIL......................................... 103Kumars Ebrahimi </p><p>A NUMERICAL STUDY OF SHALLOW MIXING DEVELOPMENT OVER DUNES........................................... 110Gokhan Kirkil </p><p>A NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF WIND-DRIVEN WATER CURRENT IN TAIHU LAKE WITH TWO-PHASE FLOW MODEL........................................................................................................................................ 117</p><p>Chao Li </p><p>ACUTE TOXICITY OF NAPCP ON CARASSIUS AURATUS UNDER UNSTEADY EXPORSURE II: WITH SUSPENDED PARTICLES ............................................................................................................................ 124</p><p>Yizhen Wang </p><p>ACUTE TOXICITY OF SODIUM PENTACHLOROPHENOL ON CARASSIUS AURATUS UNDER UNSTEADY EXPOSURE I: WITHOUT SUSPENDED PARTICLES ......................................................... 136</p><p>Yizhen Wang </p><p>WAVE EROSION CHARACTERISTICS OF THE NO VEGETATION SEEDED SANDBAG STRUCTURES .................................................................................................................................................................. 146</p><p>Wenxue Chen </p><p>A MULTI-MECHANISM MODEL FOR THE VELOCITY PROFILE IN VEGETATED OPEN-CHANNEL FLOWS .......................................................................................................................................................... 153</p><p>Nina Nikora </p><p>ADAPTATION-TO-CAPACITY LENGTH FOR FLUVIAL SEDIMENT TRANSPORT ........................................ 163Zhijing Li </p><p>3D NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS OF LOCAL SCOURING AROUND BRIDGE PIERS UNDER NON-UNIFORM SEDIMENT CONDITIONS ............................................................................................................... 173</p><p>Yafei Jia </p></li><li><p>ADOPTING AN ACOUSTIC VIBRATION TUBE TO MONITOR THE BED-LOAD TRANSPORT.................... 185Yui-Ting Lee </p><p>3D-ADVP MEASUREMENTS OF BEDLOAD TRANSPORT..................................................................................... 193Colin Rennie </p><p>EFFECT OF FLOW DEPTH ON THE FORMATION SCOUR HOLE AROUND THE BRIDGE ABUTMENT - COLLAR PLATE ARRANGEMENT ................................................................................................... 206</p><p>Serife Yurdagul Kumcu </p><p>A COUPLED HYDROLOGICAL AND HYDRAULIC MODELING SYSTEM FOR URBAN FLOOD SIMULATIONS.................................................................................................................................................. 213</p><p>Hongbin Zhang </p><p>A NEW ALGORITHM FOR UNSTRUCTURED GRIDS AND BANK-FAILURE MECHANISMS IN MORPHODYNAMIC MODELS ..................................................................................................................................... 220</p><p>Massimo Greco </p><p>2D DAM-BREAK FLOWS OVER ERODIBLE FLOODPLAIN. COMPARISON OF TWO SHALLOW-WATER MODELS AGAINST LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS: A SAINT-VENANT EXNER CLASSICAL APPROACH AND A TWO LAYER DESCRIPTION .......................................................... 229</p><p>Catherine Swartenbroekx </p><p>3D NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF FLOW AND LOCAL SCOUR AROUND A SPUR DIKE ............................ 239Guodong Li </p><p>A DES STUDY OF THE ROLE OF CONTRACTION RATIO CAUSED BY TWO SPILL THROUGH ABUTMENTS .............................................................................................................................................. 248</p><p>Mete Koken </p><p>NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF MORPHOLOGICAL CHANGES ON RIVER CONFLUENCE USING DEPTH-AVERAGED 2D MODEL .................................................................................................................... 255</p><p>Mohammad Rostani </p><p>A COUNTERMEASURE FOR PREVENTION OF RESERVOIR FLOATING DEBRIS FOLLOWING EXTREME FLOODS ............................................................................................................................. 264</p><p>James Yang </p><p>A FUNDAMENTAL STUDY OF THE INCEPTION OF MOTION OF COARSE SEDIMENTS ............................ 274S. Erpicum </p><p>3-D FLOW MEASUREMENTS OF A SWIRLING JET INDUCED BY A PROPELLER BY USING PIV ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 281</p><p>Yee-Meng Chiew </p><p>A STUDY ON THE PROPERTIES OF MANGROVE PROP ROOTS AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON CURRENT FLOW ..................................................................................................................................................... 291</p><p>Xiaofeng Zhang </p><p>A NEW METHOD TO IMMOBILIZE SAND IN LABORATORY CHANNELS: METHOD DEVELOPMENT AND RECENT APPLICATIONS .................................................................................................... 301</p><p>Ana Maria Ferreira Da Silva </p><p>BED LOAD INFLUENCE ON SCOUR AT SUBMERGED WEIRS ........................................................................... 309Dawei Guan </p><p>A METHOD FOR ASSESSING THE FEASIBILITY OF AIR-BUBBLE SCREENS TO REDUCE MORPHOLOGICAL GRADIENTS IN OPEN-CHANNEL BENDS ........................................................................... 318</p><p>Violaine Dugu </p><p>ARMOUR LAYER DEVELOPMENT AND DESTRUCTION - AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE EFFECTIVENESS OF BEACH RAKING...................................................................................................................... 329</p><p>Heide Friedrich </p><p>A SIMULATION ON WATER FLOW OF THE BA-GUA-ZHOU BRAIDING CHANNELS IN NANJING OF YANGTZE RIVER .................................................................................................................................. 339</p><p>Wen-Hong Dai </p><p>A COMPARISON OF EXTREME WAVE CLIMATE MODELLING METHODS: A CASE STUDY FOR THE NETHERLANDS ............................................................................................................................................ 349</p><p>Fan Li </p><p>CHALLENGES ON FIELD TESTING A TIDAL POWER PLANT TO ACHIEVE IEC CONFORMITY - SIHWA TIDAL IN SOUTH KOREA ............................................................................................... 361</p><p>Maria Collins </p><p>A NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF SWASH FLOW GENERATED BY BORE COLLAPSE ON ROUGH SLOPES.............................................................................................................................................................. 373</p><p>Maria Tsakiri </p><p>APPEARANCE CHARACTERISTICS OF COLD WATER IN THE SOUTHEASTERN SEA OF KOREA .............................................................................................................................................................................. 384</p><p>Moonock Lee </p></li><li><p>APPLICATION OF OCEAN-ATMOSPHERE COUPLING THROUGH NON-TIDAL BAROTROPIC NUMERICAL MODELLING TO SIMULATE SEA LEVEL ANOMALIES (SLA) EVENTS IN SINGAPORE REGIONAL WATER......................................................................................................... 396</p><p>Serene Tay </p><p>A QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF DIFFERENT COASTAL REVETMENTS CONFIGURATIONS THROUGH PHYSICAL MODELLING ......................................................................................................................... 405</p><p>Francisco Taveira-Pinto </p><p>CAUSES AND FAILURE MECHANICS OF SEAWALL IN CUA TUNG BEACH, VIETNAM ............................. 415Nguyen Viet Thanh </p><p>EFFICIENT ALGORITHM FOR WATERSHED OVERLAND FLOW SIMULATIONS ....................................... 424Pin-Chun Huang </p><p>A PROPOSED GLOBAL-LOCAL METHODOLOGY FOR UNIT COMMITMENT OPTIMIZATION .............................................................................................................................................................. 430</p><p>Ieda G. Hidalgo </p><p>A VERTICAL TWO-DIMENSIONAL HYDRODYNAMIC MODEL AND ANALYSIS OF HYDRODYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS FOR THREE GORGES RESERVOIR. ................................................ 438</p><p>Ye Yao </p><p>ANALYSIS OF AVAILABLE WATER DURING DROUGHT BASED ON TOPMODEL - A CASE STUDY ............................................................................................................................................................................... 446</p><p>Meng-Chiu Hung </p><p>AN EXPLORATORY ANALYSIS OF WATER QUALITY IN THE NEPEAN RIVER, AUSTRALIA .................. 457Ataur Rahman </p><p>DETERMINATION OF HOMOGENEOUS REGIONS IN VENEZUELA RAINFALL USING THE METHOD L-MOMENTS AND WARD AGGLOMERATIVE CLUSTER ANALYSIS ............................................ 463</p><p>Freddy La Cruz </p><p>DAM-BREAK FLOOD RISK ASSESSMENT ON LAIYANG CITY .......................................................................... 470Changzhi Li </p><p>APPLICATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL INDICES ON THE PREDICTION OF LANDSLIDE SUSCEPTIBILITY FOR ALISHAN FOREST RAILWAY .......................................................................................... 480</p><p>Chia-Chi Chang </p><p>DISASTER RISK MITIGATION UNDER CHAOTIC CONDITION OF MT. MERAPI DISASTER AS REVEALED BY COMMUNITY-BASED CAPACITY BUILDING ...................................................................... 488</p><p>Suharyanto Suharyanto </p><p>ANALYSIS OF TRENDS AND VARIABILITY IN TIME SERIES OF EXTREME DAILY RAINFALL IN TAPI BASIN, INDIA.............................................................................................................................. 496</p><p>Nishi Bhuvandas </p><p>PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF CONSTRUCTED WETLAND IN MALAYSIA FOR WATER SECURITY ENHANCEMENT (CASE STUDY: UNIVERSITI SAINS MALAYSIA) .............................................. 505</p><p>Syafiq Shaharuddin </p><p>THE INNOVATIVE STRUCTURE SOLUTION FOR PREVENTING SALT INTRUSION AND RETAINING FRESHWATER IN MEKONG DELTA VIETNAM.............................................................................. 512</p><p>Truong Hong Son </p><p>SEDIMENT DISTRIBUTION PATTERN AT CONVEX CHANNEL BIFURCATION FOR WATER INTAKES ........................................................................................................................................................................... 520</p><p>N. L. Obasi </p><p>STUDY ON HYDRAULIC OSCILLATION IN STEPPED LOW-PRESSURE WATER-SUPPLY SYSTEM WITH SHORT OPEN CHANNEL ................................................................................................................. 528</p><p>Xu Jinchao </p><p>SUSTAINABLE IRRIGATION PRACTICES IN AL-ANDALUS ............................................................................... 539Jos Roldn-Caas </p><p>IDENTIFYING CONTRIBUTION OF PADDY IRRIGATION TO GROUNDWATER RECHARGE: A NUMERICAL EXPERIMENT FOR UNCONFINED AQUIFER OF DOGO PLAIN, EHIME PREFECTURE, JAPAN ................................................................................................................................................... 551</p><p>Masayuki Fujihara </p><p>DAM BREAK GENERATED FLOW BEHAVIOUR IN STORM DRAINS ............................................................... 563Xiangyu Sun </p><p>THE DEVELOPMENT OF WATER MANAGEMENT IN NINGBO, ZHEJIANG, CHINA. .................................. 573Jim Griffiths </p><p>OVERALL LAYOUT AND HYDRAULIC CHARACTERISTICS OF HYDRO-FLOATING SHIP LIFT WITH LIFTING HEIGHT OF 150M.................................................................................................................... 582</p><p>Ya'An Hu </p></li><li><p>CFD AND PBM COUPLED MODEL OF BUBBLE JET IN STAGNANT WATER ................................................. 591Zegao Yin </p><p>APPLICATION OF A CONFORMING PETROV-GALERKIN FINITE ELEMENT SCHEME TO ANALYSIS OF LONGITUDINAL DISPERSION PHENOMENA IN OPEN CHANNEL NETWORKS...................................................................................................................................................................... 598</p><p>Hidekazu Yoshioka </p><p>APPLICATIONS AND DEVELOPMENT OF SOIL EROSION MODELS FOR LESOTHO.................................. 610Liphapang Khaba </p><p>B...</p></li></ul>

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