Erik Mosselman
Erik Mosselman
Specialist, Deltares & Researcher, Delft University of Technology
Verified email at deltares.nl
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A review of techniques available for delimiting the erodible river corridor: a sustainable approach to managing bank erosion
H Piégay, SE Darby, E Mosselman, N Surian
River research and applications 21 (7), 773-789, 2005
2682005
Bifurcation dynamics and avulsion duration in meandering rivers by one‐dimensional and three‐dimensional models
MG Kleinhans, HRA Jagers, E Mosselman, CJ Sloff
Water resources research 44 (8), 2008
1782008
Numerical simulation of hydrodynamics and bank erosion in a river bend
M Rinaldi, B Mengoni, L Luppi, SE Darby, E Mosselman
Water Resources Research 44 (9), 2008
1592008
Simple physics‐based predictor for the number of river bars and the transition between meandering and braiding
A Crosato, E Mosselman
Water resources research 45 (3), 2009
1562009
Morphological modelling of rivers with erodible banks
E Mosselman
Hydrological Processes 12 (8), 1357-1370, 1998
1361998
A multi-scale hierarchical framework for developing understanding of river behaviour to support river management
AM Gurnell, M Rinaldi, B Belletti, S Bizzi, B Blamauer, G Braca, AD Buijse, ...
Aquatic Sciences 78 (1), 1-16, 2016
1292016
A review of assessment methods for river hydromorphology
B Belletti, M Rinaldi, AD Buijse, AM Gurnell, E Mosselman
Environmental Earth Sciences 73 (5), 2079-2100, 2015
1122015
Detailed simulation of morphodynamics: 3. Ripples and dunes
M Nabi, HJ De Vriend, E Mosselman, CJ Sloff, Y Shimizu
Water resources research 49 (9), 5930-5943, 2013
672013
River width adjustment. I: Processes and mechanisms
ASCE Task Committee on Hydraul., Bank Mech., and Model. of River Width Adjust.
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 124 (9), 881-902, 1998
671998
Experimental and numerical evidence for intrinsic nonmigrating bars in alluvial channels
A Crosato, E Mosselman, F Beidmariam Desta, WSJ Uijttewaal
Water Resources Research 47 (3), 2011
602011
Hydraulic geometry of straight alluvial channels and the principle of least action
HQ Huang, GC Nanson, SD Fagan
Journal of Hydraulic Research 40 (2), 153-160, 2002
522002
Mathematical modelling of morphological processes in rivers with erodible cohesive banks.
E Mosselman
521993
Bifurcation modelling in a meandering gravel–sand bed river
K Sloff, E Mosselman
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 37 (14), 1556-1566, 2012
502012
Detailed simulation of morphodynamics: 1. Hydrodynamic model
M Nabi, HJ De Vriend, E Mosselman, CJ Sloff, Y Shimizu
Water Resources Research 48 (12), 2012
472012
Detailed simulation of morphodynamics: 2. Sediment pickup, transport, and deposition
M Nabi, HJ De Vriend, E Mosselman, CJ Sloff, Y Shimizu
Water resources research 49 (8), 4775-4791, 2013
462013
Upstream and downstream controls of recent avulsions on the Taquari megafan, Pantanal, south‐western Brazil
B Makaske, BHP Maathuis, CR Padovani, C Stolker, E Mosselman, ...
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 37 (12), 1313-1326, 2012
422012
Basic equations for sediment transport in CFD for fluvial morphodynamics
E Mosselman
Computational Fluid Dynamics, 71-89, 2005
422005
On the Prediction of Planform Changes in Braided Sand-nd-Ed Rivers
GJ Klaassen, E Mosselman, H Bruehl
Delft Hydraulics, 1993
401993
A review of mathematical models of river planform changes
E Mosselman
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 20 (7), 661-670, 1995
381995
Cross-platform users’ experiences toward designing interusable systems
DH Shin
International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction 32 (7), 503-514, 2016
362016
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