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Proceedings of the 40th IAHR World Congress (Vienna, 2023)

  • ISSN Online: L 2521-7119
  • ISSN Print:
  • ISBN: 978-90-833476-1-5
  • Publisher: IAHR
  • Editor(s): Helmut Habersack; Michael Tritthart; Lisa Waldenberger
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The 40th World Congress of IAHR (International Association of Hydro-Environmental Engineering and Research) was held in Vienna, Austria, from August 21 to 25, 2023.

The Organisers of the Congress have been IAHR and the University of Natural Resources, Vienna (BOKU). The Congress was supported by “Spain Water”, the China Institute of Water Resources and Hydropower Research (IWHR), as well as the City of Vienna, other local entities, and more than 10 sponsors.

Thereby the Congress focused on “Rivers - Connecting Mountains and Coasts". The program comprised 148 technical and special sessions, four High-Level Panels (HLPs), four Industry Stream Events, and two master classes. Seven keynote lectures on diverse topics enriched the program ranging from “Large Rivers and Humans” over “Machine learning for earth and climate sciences” to “Climate change impacts on African Hydro-environments”.


The International Scientific Committee (ISC) and the Advisory Board provide counsel and support to the Local Organizing Commmittee for the scientific and technical coordination of the congress.

Revision process

The papers included in this volume were part of the 40th IAHR World Congress which took place in Vienna, Austria, from from August 21 to 25, 2023. Papers were selected and subjected to review by the Editor and the International Scientific Committee and followed a revision process with the following steps: (1) The committees involved in the organisation of the Congress established a set of technical criteria for the committee in charge of the revision. (2) Submitted papers were sent to one or two experts in the field. (3) Authors were asked to include the necessary amendments and follow the reviewers´ comments, and (4) Their work was reviewed until the final version was approved by the Editor.

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The Proceedings of the the 40th IAHR World Congress has been published under the IAHR Publications Ethics and Malpractice Statement.

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Front matter 


Table of contents 

Theme 1: River research and management

Theme 2: Deltas and coastal engineering

Theme 3: Sediment transport and morphodynamics

Theme 4: Integrated management of extremes, climate change

Theme 5: Environment and society

Theme 6: Urban water and water industry

Theme 7: Hydraulic engineering and water management

Theme 8: Computational and experimental methods

Author index


ID Title Authors Year
29384 Providing Defined Velocity Fluctuations in Ecohydraulic Flumes Using Rotatable Fins
Lina Focht; Patrick Heneka
29385 Sediment Load Variation Using Nonoverlapping Time Block Graphical Approach
Urvashi Malani; Sanjaykumar M. Yadav
29386 Pump Erosion Test: A Low Cost Erodimeter for Field Studies
Frederique Larrarte; Christophe Chevalier
29387 Renewable Energy Powered Artificial Mixing of the Reservoirs
Oguz Hazar; Sebnem Elci
29388 Factors Influencing the Cyanobacterial Dominance in Lakes: Analysis of Lakes in Central Germany
Sebnem Elci; Karsten Rinke
29389 Large-Eddy Simulation of Flow Around Leaky Barriers in Linear Configurations
Fawaz Alzabari; Pablo Ouro; Catherine Wilson
29390 Optimal Hydropower Operation by Varying the Effect of Inflows Autocorrelation
Maritza Arganis; Ramon Dominguez; Alejandro Mendoza; Rosa Valencia; Eduardo Juan; Eliseo Carrizosa; Javier Osnaya
29391 Drainage Tunnel Performance Review in Hong Kong: A Case Study
Jim S. S. Chim; Sylvia S. F. Chan; Harry H. C. Lam; Paul C. K. Chu
29392 Evaluation of Runoff Change on Land Use Change to Forest Using a Distributed Hydrological Model
So Kazama; Kota Chiba
29393 Integrating Water Quality Monitoring with Numerical Modelling in Two Mediterranean Remote Basins
Michael Nones; Nena Ioannidou; Achilleas G. Samaras; Dionissis Latinopoulos; Christos S. Akratos; Ifigeneia Kagalou; Panagiotis B. Angelidis

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