Publications

 

Peer-reviewed scientific articles

  1.  Akutina Y., Eiff O., Moulin F. and Rouzes M. (2018), “Lateral  bed-roughness  variation
    in  shallow open-channel flow with very low submergence”, Submitted to  Environmental Fluid
    Mechanics
  2. Chetibi, M., S. Proust and S. Benmamar (2018). “Transverse waves in uniform and non-uniform flows through submerged and emergent macro-roughnesses.” Submitted to Journal of Hydraulic Research.
  3. Rouzès M., Moulin F.Y., Florens E. and Eiff O. (2018), « Low relative-submergence effects
    in a rough-bed open-channel flow ». Accepted for Journal of Hydraulic Research.
  4. Dupuis, V., S. Proust, C. Berni and A. Paquier (2017b). Compound channel flow with a longitudinal transition in hydraulic roughness over the floodplains. Environmental Fluid Mechanics,  vol. 17, n° 5, p. 903-928,  DOI:10.1007/s10652-017-9525-0 PostPrint_DupuisEtAl_2017_EFM
  5. Proust, S., J. N. Fernandes, J. B. Leal, N. Rivière and Y. Peltier (2017). Mixing layer and coherent structures in compound channel flows: effects of transverse flow, velocity ratio and vertical confinement. Water Resources Research, 53(4): 3387–3406. DOI:10.1002/2016WR019873 PostPrint2016WR019873RR_Proust_et_al
  6. Dupuis, V., S. Proust, C. Berni and A. Paquier (2017a). Mixing layer development in compound channel flows with submerged and emergent rigid vegetation over the floodplains. Experiments in Fluids, 58: 30. DOI:10.1007/s00348-017-2319-9. http://rdcu.be/JiuC
  7. Dupuis, V., S. Proust, C. Berni, and A. Paquier (2016). Combined effects of bed friction and emergent cylinder drag in open channel flow, Environmental Fluid Mechanics, vol. 16, n° 6, p. 1173-1193, DOI: 10.1007/s10652-016-9471-2.  dupuis_et_al_2016_efm_postprint,

 

Communications in peer-reviewed conferences with proceedings

  1. Le M.-H., Dubos V., Oukacine M. and Goutal N. (2018), “A Well-balanced Finite Volume Scheme for Shallow Water Equations with Porosity: Application to Modelling Flow through Rigid Vegetation”, accepted for River flow 2018, 9th international conference on fluvial hydraulics, Lyon, France.
  2.  Chagot L., Moulin F.Y., Eiff O. and Elyakime P. (2018), “Turbulent structure inside and
    above shallow to deep canopies”, accepted for River flow 2018, 9th international conference
    on fluvial hydraulics, Lyon, France.
  3.  Dupuis V., Moulin F., Cazin S., Marchal M., Elyakime P., Barron J-D. and Eiff O. (2018),
    “Shallow flow over a bed with a lateral change of roughness”, accepted for River flow 2018,
    9th international conference on fluvial hydraulics, Lyon, France.
  4.  Akutina Y., Moulin F., Rouzes M. and Eiff O. (2018), “Flow structures in a shallow channel
    with lateral bed-roughness variation”, accepted for River flow 2018, 9th international
    conference on fluvial hydraulics, Lyon, France.
  5. Proust, S. and V. Nikora (2018). Flow structure in compound open-channel flows in the presence of transverse currents. Accepted for River Flow 2018: 9th International Conference on Fluvial Hydraulics,  Lyon, France.
  6. Khuntia, J. R., K. Devi, S. Proust and K. K. Khatua (2018). Depth-averaged velocity and bed shear stress in unsteady open channel flow over rough bed. Accepted for River Flow 2018: 9th International Conference on Fluvial Hydraulics. Lyon, France.
  7. Das, B. S., K. Devi, S. Proust and K. K. Khatua (2018). Flow distribution in diverging compound channels using improved independent subsection method. Accepted for River Flow 2018: 9th International Conference on Fluvial Hydraulics.  Lyon, France.
  8. Chagot L., Moulin F.Y. et Eiff O., “Combined effects of relative submergence and roughness
    aspect ratio on canopy flows”, 4th International Symposium of Shallow Flows, Eindhoven
    University of Technology, NL, 26-28 June 2017.
  9.  Akutina Y., Rouzes M., Moulin F. et Eiff O., “Secondary structures in a shallow channel
    with lateral bed-roughness  variation” , 4th International Symposium of Shallow Flows,
    Eindhoven University of Technology, NL, 26-28 June 2017.
  10. Oukacine, M., Peltier, Y., Goutal, N., Proust, S. – 2017. 2D modelling of open-channel flow through rigid vegetation: what strategy applying for simulating extreme flood events?. 4th International Symposium of Shallow Flows 26/06/2017-28/06/2017, Eindhoven , NLD. 3 p.
  11.  Chagot L., Moulin F.Y. et Eiff O., “Coherent structures in free-surface canopy flows :
    combined effect of relative submergence and geometrical aspect ratio”, 16th European
    Turbulence Conference, August 21-24, 2017, Stockholm, Sweden.
  12.  S. Guillen-Ludena, D. Lopez, N. Riviere, and E. Mignot -2017. Extreme flood flow in an increasingly urbanized floodplain: an experimental approach. 37th IAHR world congress – Theme: (2) Flood Management, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 13-18 August, 2017
  13.  E. Mignot, S. Guillen-Ludena, D. Lopez, and N. Riviere -2017. Shallow uniform flow over a rough bed and within an array of emerging obstacles: Estimating the bed friction and obstacle drag coefficients. 4th International Symposium of Shallow Flows, Eindhoven University Technology, NL, 26-28 June 2017.
  14. Proust, S., Nikora, V.I. – 2017. Coherent structures in compound channel flows at the presence of transverse currents. 4th International Symposium of Shallow Flows 26/06/2017-28/06/2017, Eindhoven, NLD. 4th International Symposium of Shallow Flows. 3 p.
  15. Chetibi, M., Proust, S., Benmamar, S. – 2017. Experimental study of flows in a converging channel followed by a prismatic channel with stairs. SimHydro 2017 14/06/2017-16/06/2017, Sophia Antipolis, FRA. Advances in Hydroinformatics – SimHydro 2017 – Choosing The Right Model in Applied Hydraulics, Philippe Gourbesville, Jean Cunge and Guy Caignaert. 10 p.
  16.  Proust, S., C. Berni, M. Boudou, A. Chiaverini, V. Dupuis, J. B. Faure, A. Paquier, M. Lang, S. Guillen-Ludena, D. Lopez, E. Mignot, N. Rivière, L. Chagot, M. Rouzes, F. Moulin, N. Goutal, M. Oukacine, Y. Peltier, R. M. L. Ferreira, M. Brito, E. Alves, M. Gymnopoulos, J. B. Leal, B. Mathurin, S. Soarez-Frazao, D. Bousmar, J. N. Fernandes and O. Eiff (2016). Predicting the flow in the floodplains with evolving land occupations during extreme flood events (FlowRes ANR project). 3rd European Conference on Flood Risk Management 17/10/2016-21/10/2016, Lyon, FRA. 12 p. DOI: 10.1051/e3sconf/20160704004. http://www.e3s-conferences.org/articles/e3sconf/abs/2016/02/e3sconf_flood2016_04004/e3sconf_flood2016_04004.html
  17.  Guillén-Ludeña, S., D. Lopez, E. Mignot and N. Rivière (2016). Characterization of flow resistance in a floodplain for varying building density. Sustainable Hydraulics in the Era of Global Change. Jul 2016. CRC Press: 45-48. DOI:10.1201/b21902-12
  18.  Rouzès M., Moulin F.Y., Cazin S., Marchal M. and Eiff O. (2016), Bed Friction and transverse fluxes of momentum in a shallow flow over inhomogenous rough bed, IAHR APD 2016, August – 28-31, Colombo, Sri Lanka
  19. Proust, S., Faure, J.B., Dupuis, V., Berni, C., Paquier, A. – 2016. 1D+ model for overbank flows with a transition bed friction – emergent rigid vegetation drag. River Flow 2016 11/07/2016-15/07/2016, Saint Louis, USA. p. 2255-2261 ly2016-pub00050521
  20. Bousmar, D., B. Mathurin, J. N. Fernandes, M. Filonovich, C. Hazlewood, F. Huthoff, J. B. Leal, A. Paquier, and S. Proust (2016), Uniform flow in prismatic compound channel: Benchmarking numerical models. River Flow 2016 11/07/2016-15/07/2016, Saint Louis, USA. p. 272-280 9 p.
  21. Proust, S., Fernandes, J.N., Rivière, N., Leal, J.B., Peltier, Y., Cardoso, A.H. – 2015. Uniform and gradually varied flows in compound channel versus free mixing layers. 36th IAHR World Congress 28/06/2015-03/07/2015, La Haye, NLD. 4 p. iahr2015proustetal
  22. Dupuis, V., Proust, S., Berni, C., Paquier, A., Thollet, F. – 2015. Open-channel flow over longitudinal roughness transition from highly submerged to emergent vegetation. 36th IAHR World Congress 28/06/2015-03/07/2015, La Haye, NLD. 9 p. http://89.31.100.18/~iahrpapers/80263.pdf

 

PhD and HDR theses

  •  Dupuis, V. (2016), Experimental investigation of flows subjected to a longitudinal transition in hydraulic roughness in single and compound channels., PhD thesis, 141 pp, Université de Lyon, École Doctorale ED162. phdthesisdupuisvictor2016
  • Proust, S. (2015). Streamwise non-uniform overbank flows in compound channels / Débordement de cours d’eau en régime non-uniforme. French accreditation to direct research (Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches).  Thesis in English, 162 pp, University of Lyon. http://cemadoc.irstea.fr/cemoa/PUB00054138

 

Book chapter

  • Paquier, A., Proust, S., Faure, J.B. – 2017. Hydrodynamic modeling to characterize floods and predict their impacts. Floods, Volume1 – Risk knowledge, Vinet F. (ed), ISTE Press, Londres, GBR, p. 129-147