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
3052005
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
2062008
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
1732008
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
1682009
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
1632016
Morphological modelling of rivers with erodible banks
E Mosselman
Hydrological Processes 12 (8), 1357-1370, 1998
1451998
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
1322015
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
772013
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
741998
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
642011
Bifurcation modelling in a meandering gravel–sand bed river
K Sloff, E Mosselman
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 37 (14), 1556-1566, 2012
552012
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
532002
Mathematical modelling of morphological processes in rivers with erodible cohesive banks.
E Mosselman
531993
Detailed simulation of morphodynamics: 1. Hydrodynamic model
M Nabi, HJ De Vriend, E Mosselman, CJ Sloff, Y Shimizu
Water Resources Research 48 (12), 2012
522012
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
512013
Cross-platform users’ experiences toward designing interusable systems
DH Shin
International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction 32 (7), 503-514, 2016
472016
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
442012
Basic equations for sediment transport in CFD for fluvial morphodynamics
E Mosselman
Computational Fluid Dynamics, 71-89, 2005
442005
On the Prediction of Planform Changes in Braided Sand-nd-Ed Rivers
GJ Klaassen, E Mosselman, H Bruehl
Delft Hydraulics, 1993
441993
Alternate bars in a sandy gravel bed river: generation, migration and interactions with superimposed dunes
S Rodrigues, E Mosselman, N Claude, CL Wintenberger, P Juge
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 40 (5), 610-628, 2015
432015
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