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: IIT, Kharagpur (2010)
: Kyoto University, Japan (2013)
: Computational hydraulics with free surface, Turbulent fluid flow, Sediment transport
Depth-averaged model including velocity deformation for unsteady open channel flows.
Langhi M., Hosoda T., and Dey S. (2012). Journal of hydraulic Engineering (JSCE), Vol. 68(4), pp I_67-I_72.
Hydraulic analysis of water surface profile in hydraulic jump by means of simple depth averaged flow model.
Hosoda T., and Langhi M. (2013). Journal of hydraulic Engineering (JSCE), Vol. 69(4), pp I_883-I_888. (in Japanese).
An analytical solution of k-epsilon model for uniform and non-uniform flows.
Langhi M., Hosoda T., and Dey S. (2013). Journal of hydraulic Engineering (JSCE), Vol. 69(4), pp I_67-I_72.
Velocity deformation model for unsteady open channel flows over smooth and rough beds.
Langhi M., Hosoda T., and Dey S. (2013). Journal of Hydraulic Engineering (ASCE), Vol. 139(4), pp 433-443
Numerical analysis of sand dunes in a closed conduit by means of a depth-averaged model.
Hosoda T., Kimura T. and Langhi M. (2011). 7th River, Coastal and Estuarine Morphodynamics (RCEM) Symposium, Beijing, China.
One dimensional depth-averaged velocity deformation model for unsteady open channel flows.
Langhi M., Hosoda T. and Dey S. (2011). 13th International Summer Symposium, JSCE, Kyoto, Japan.
Simple 1-D model for dune development in a closed conduit under the previous experimental conditions.
Hosoda T., Langhi M. and Kimura T. (2013). 12th International Symposium on River Sedimentation. Kyoto, Japan