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Mixing Processes in Pipes, Sewers and the natural Environment from Theory to Practice

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IAHR-United Kingdom Chapter
Mixing Processes in Pipes, Sewers and the natural Environment from Theory to Practice
18-19 April 2023 | University of Sheffield, United Kingdom

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River TracingThe management of water quality in rivers, urban drainage and water supply networks is essential for ecological and human well-being. Predicting the effects of management strategies requires knowledge of the hydrodynamic processes covering spatial scales of a few millimetres (turbulence) to several hundred kilometres (catchments), with a similarly large range of timescales from milliseconds to weeks.

Predicting underlying water quality processes and their human and ecological impact is complicated, as they are dependent on contaminant concentration. Current water quality modelling methods range from complex three-dimensional computational fluid dynamics (3D CFD) models, for short time and small spatial scales, to one-dimensional (1D) time dependent models, critical for economic, fast, easy-to-use applications within highly complex situations in river catchments, water supply and urban drainage systems.

Mixing effects in channels and pipes of uniform geometry can be represented with some confidence in highly turbulent, steady flows. However, in many water networks, the standard 1D model predictions fall short because of knowledge gaps due to low turbulence, 3D shapes and unsteady flows. This 2-day event will present recent findings from around the world, from laboratory and full-scale field measurements and numerical models, covering aspects from fundamental research to end-user applications.

This free-to-attend meeting provides a unique opportunity for research students, academics, researchers, environmental regulators, engineering consultants and water utilities to hear the latest international research on mixing processes, in an excellent networking opportunity.

*Registration is free but essential for catering purposes.

Venue

The University of Sheffield
Pam Liversidge Building
Lecture Theatre 1 (LT01) (Entrance on the corner of Broad Lane & Newcastle Street)
Sheffield, S1. United Kingdom

Programme (from 9:30 to 16:30 each day)

18 April 2023 | Pipe flow and Urban Drainage

  • Longitudinal Dispersion in Pipes for Steady and Unsteady Flows

    Dr James Hart, Coventry University, UK

  • Quantifying Cross-sectional concentrations in Accelerating Flows

    Dr Zhangjie Peng, University of Sheffield, UK

  • Advection-Diffusion Solver Suitable for Fluid Circulation in Drilling

    Dr Johnny Petersen, formerly IRIS, Norway

  • Modelling Longitudinal Dispersion in Premise Plumbing – is it needed?

    Prof. Steve Buchberger, University of Cincinnati, USA

  • A Novel EPANET Integration for the Diffusive–Dispersive Transport of Contaminants

    Dr Stefania Piazza, University of Kore, Italy

  • Applications to managing distribution networks

    Dr Mirjam Blokker, KWR Water, Netherlands

  • Manhole mixing and modelling

    Dr Fred Sonnenwald, University of Sheffield, UK

  • Sewer modelling for Wastewater-based Epidemiology

    Joe Shuttleworth, Arup, UK

  • Travel times for in-sewer treatment

    Dr Ole Mark, Kruger, Denmark

  • Non-invasive measuring system for the dynamics of FOG deposits

    Prof. Francois Clemens, TUDelft, Netherlands

19 April 2023 | Environmental flows

  • Quantifying the Spatial Variation in On-/Off-shore Mixing in the Surf Zone

    Ms Inez Plugge Porter, Imperial College, UK

  • The spatial routing procedure for estimation of dispersion coefficient

    Dr Inhwan Park, Seoul National University of Science and Technology, South Korea

  • Influence of Vegetation on Pond Residence Times

    Prof. Ian Guymer, University of Sheffield, UK

  • CFD Study of Mixing within Random Cylinder Arrays

    Prof. Virginia Stovin, University of Sheffield, UK

  • Characterization of Hydrodynamics and Mixing Processes in Obstructed Flows

    Dr Leo Corredor Garcia, University of Sheffield, UK

  • In-situ assessment of hydraulic roughness in a vegetated channel

    Prof. Jean Lacoursière, EA-International Ltd, Sweden

  • Longitudinal dispersion affected by willow patches

    Dr Kaisa Västilä, Aalto University, Finland

  • Influence of vegetation coverage on mixing in the reach scale

    Dr Monika Kalinowska, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

  • Integrated monitoring of water quality and water quantity

    Dr Jungsun Oh, Korea Institute of Civil Engineering & Building Technology, South Korea

  • Point Source Contaminant Exposure and Impacts

    Prof. Mick Whelan, University of Leicester, UK

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