TU Berlin

Chair of Water Resources Management and Modeling of Hydrosystems2D sediment transport simulations in catchments

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2D sediment transport simulations in catchments

Project Head
Prof. Dr.-Ing. R. Hinkelmann
Scientific assistant
Jiaheng Zhao, M.Sc.
Project period
14.10.2013 - 13.10.2017
Scholarship from the Chinese Scholarship Council (CSC)


Sediment transport in rivers is a problem of considerable scientific and public concern. During heavy rain events significant masses of sediment can be mobilized and transported downstream. The consequences of this include reservoir siltation, blocking of channels which can cause flooding, loss of aquatic habitat and river bank instabilities, water pollution caused by contaminated sediment etc. Due to the socio-economic relevance of sediment transport processes, for their potential of water induced natural hazards, accurate simulation and forecasting tools are demanded. The objective of the project is to develop an appropriate numerical model to simulate sediment transport in catchments base on the system of HMS. This model is able to simulate sediment transport processes in an efficient, accurate and robust way.



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