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Vision and State of the Art papers 2015-2022 collection from Journal of Hydraulic Research

The Journal of Hydraulic Research (JHR) publishes research papers in theoretical, experimental and computational hydraulics and fluid mechanics, relating to rivers, lakes, estuaries, coasts, constructed waterways, and some internal flows such as pipe flows. To reflect current trends in water research, articles that explore outcomes of interdisciplinary hydro-environment studies with a strong fluid mechanical component are especially welcome. Although preference is given to fundamental issues, papers focusing on important unconventional or emerging applications of broad interest are also appreciated.

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JHR: 2015-2022

 Vision papers                                                                                                        

 Modelling marine turbine arrays in tidal flows                                                                                   

 Peter K. Stansby and Pablo Ouro1658824216929684.jpg

 Pages: 187-204 

 Time reversal of waves in hydraulics: experimental and theoretical proof with applications

 Georgios GrigoropoulosMohamed S. GhidaouiMoez Louati and Saber Nasraoui1658824216929684.jpg Pages: 1-24

 Challenging hydraulic structures of the twenty-first century – from bubbles, transient turbulence to fish passage

 Hubert ChansonXinqian Leng and Hang Wang

 Pages: 21-35

 Bedload transport: a walk between randomness and determinism. Part 2. Challenges and prospects

 Christophe Ancey1658824216929684.jpg Pages: 18-33

 Non-hysteretic functional form of capillary pressure in porous media                                                           

 William G. Gray (Adjunct Professor) , Kelsey Bruning (PhD Student) and Cass T. Miller (Professor)

 Pages: 747-759

 Hydraulics in the era of exponentially growing computing power

 Fotis Sotiropoulos

 Pages: 547-560

 Smoothed particle hydrodynamics (SPH) for free-surface flows: past, present and future

 Damien Violeau and Benedict D. Rogers

 Pages: 1-26


 Opinion

 Reservoir sedimentation                                                                                                      

 Anton J. SchleissMário J. FrancaCarmelo Juez and Giovanni De Cesare                                                                                                                          

 Pages: 595-614

 Opinion

 Hydraulics: science, knowledge, and culture

 John D. Fenton

 Pages: 485-501


 State-of-the-art papers                                                                                                                 

 Free-surface behaviour of shallow turbulent flows

 Fabio MuraroGiulio DolcettiAndrew NicholsSimon J. Tait and Kirill V. Horoshenkov1658824216929684.jpg Pages: 1-20

 Revisiting hysteresis of flow variables in monitoring unsteady streamflows

 Marian MusteKyutae LeeDongsu KimCiprian BacotiuMarcela Rojas OliverosZhengyang Cheng and Felipe Quintero1658824216929684.jpg Pages: 867-887

 Bedload transport: a walk between randomness and determinism. Part 1. The state of the art

 Christophe Ancey1658824216929684.jpg Pages: 1-17 



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