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WELCOME TO HMEM 2012

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Awards Luncheon

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Exhibitors

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General Information

12

Plenary Session

04

Resort Map

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Schedule-at-a-Glance

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Special Events

04

Technical Program Grid

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Technical Tour

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Workshop

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As co-chairs of the Hydraulic Measurements and Experimental Methods 2012 Conference


(HMEM 2012), we are excited to invite you to attend the leading international conference on
the development of new techniques for collecting, processing, and interpreting hydraulics-related
data. Experimental hydraulics technologies and tools continue to emerge at a rapid rate, and this
conference will put attendees in touch with the latest developments in the field. You will have
the opportunity to interact with academics, research scientists, and practitioners who collect and
manage a wide variety of water resources data. There will be opportunities to hear experts discuss
cutting edge research discoveries in numerous sub-specialties of hydraulics. And, finally, you will
have the opportunity to share your own recent work with other specialists.
Our keynote speaker, Daniel Parsons, Ph.D., an expert in fluvial sedimentology, will kick off
the conference with a plenary discussion of his work. Later in the conference, we are again fortunate to be able to host the Hunter Rouse Award lecturer, Marcelo H. Garcia, Ph.D., M.ASCE.
In addition, our organizing committee has selected one workshop and one specialty tour to complement the conference. The workshop will introduce a new software package, the Velocity Mapping
Tool (VMT), developed for processing velocity and bathymetry data collected with Acoustic Doppler
Current Profilers. The specialty tour is a thought-provoking visit to the Provo River Restoration
Project, a project implemented to restore natural patterns and ecological function to a section of
the Provo River.
As with previous editions of the HMEM conference, the conference planning committee has
selected a venue that lends itself not only to insightful technical discussions, but to outdoor activities, recreational opportunities, and family participation as well. Located in the Little Cottonwood
Canyon above Salt Lake City, Utah, Snowbird is a renowned ski resort in the winter and a hub for
hiking, cycling, and exploring in the summer. Regardless of season, the Wasatch Mountains do not
disappoint.
So welcome to Snowbird and join us for a rewarding conference in an exciting location. It is only
held once every five years. We are glad you are here!
Best Regards,

David Admiraal
University of Nebraska- Lincoln

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David Hill
Oregon State University

SCHEDULE AT A GLANCE

CONFERENCE STEERING COMMITTEE

Sunday, August 12, 2012



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Thursday, August 16, 2012
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Conference Co-Chairs

Registration
Committee Meetings

David Admiraal, University of Nebraska- Lincoln


David Hill, Oregon State University
Committee Members

Registration
Breakfast
Opening Plenary Session
Networking Break in Exhibit Hall
Concurrent Technical Sessions
Buffet Lunch in the Exhibit Hall
Concurrent Technical Sessions
Networking Break in Exhibit Hall
Concurrent Technical Sessions
BBQ with Puddle Mountain
Registration
Breakfast in Exhibit Hall
Concurrent Technical Sessions
Networking Break in Exhibit Hall
Concurrent Technical Sessions
Rouse Awards Luncheon
Concurrent Technical Sessions
Networking Break in Exhibit Hall
Concurrent Technical Sessions
Networking Reception in Exhibit Hall
Registration
Breakfast in Exhibit Hall
Concurrent Technical Sessions
Networking Break in Exhibit Hall
Concurrent Technical Sessions
Buffet Lunch in Exhibit Hall
Concurrent Technical Sessions
Networking Break in Exhibit Hall
Concurrent Technical Sessions
Exhibitor Move Out
Workshop
Technical Tour

Jochen Aberle, Technical University Braunschweig


Rui Aleixo, Universite Catholique de Louvain
Christiana Di Cristo, University of Cassino
Todd Cowen, Cornell University
Juan Gonzalez-Castro, South Florida Water Management District
Alex Horner-Devine, University of Washington
Anne Lightbody, University of New Hampshire
Marian Muste, IIHR
Kevin Oberg, United States Geological Survey
Colin Rennie, University of Ottawa
Cary Troy, Purdue University
Daniel Wren, US Department of Agriculture/Agricultural Research Service
ASCE Staff

Brian Parsons, Director, ASCE-EWRI, bparsons@asce.org


Ann Rountree, ASCE-EWRI Manager, arountree@asce.org
Elaine V. Watson, Conference Manager, ewatson@asce.org
Rachel A. Bare, Conference Coordinator, rbare@asce.org
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Institute Operations. If you are not a member of EWRI, we invite you to
consider the benefits of membership. Visit the EWRI Web site or stop by
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conference you will receive a complimentary 2012 EWRI membership.
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HMEM 2012 Hydraulic Measurements & Experimental Methods

SPECIAL EVENTS
MONDAY, AUGUST 13, 2012

TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, 2012

Opening Plenary Session


with Daniel Parsons, Ph.D.
9:00 10:00 a.m.
Location: Ballroom 1
Presentation: Sounding Out
Morphodynamics: Advances
in Understanding Flows and
Morphologies in Rivers, Estuaries
and the Deep Sea
Come join Daniel Parsons as he outlines development of novel
methodologies that use the water column acoustic backscatter signal
from multibeam echo sounders and acoustic Doppler profilers to
simultaneously quantify morphology, flow velocities and suspended
sediment concentrations. The application of these techniques will
be illustrated with reference to flows in a range of environments,
highlighting substantive advances in understanding possible. This includes
analysis of the flow field over a swathe of alluvial sand dunes in the
Mississippi, which allows, for the first time in a field study, quantitative
visualization of large scale, whole flow field, turbulent coherent
flow structures associated with the dune leeside that are responsible
for suspending bed sediment. Further examples of monitoring
morphodynamics at large river channel confluences, river deltas, in
submarine channels and an application to quantify environmental
impacts of trawl fishing will also be highlighted. These methodologies
hold great potential for use in a wide range of aqueous geophysical
flows and begins to allow us to holistically explore the linkages between
flow, transport and morphology at the field scale for the first time effectively linking sedimentary processes to landform development.

Hunter Rouse Hydraulic


Engineering Award
Lecture Luncheon
12:00 2:00 p.m.
Location: Ballroom 3

Speaker: Marcelo H. Garcia, Ph.D., M.ASCE, Chester and Helen


Siess Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering Director, Ven Te
Chow Hydrosystems Laboratory, Department of Civil and Environmental
Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Join us for the much anticipated 2012 Hunter Rouse Hydraulic
Engineering Award Lecture, hydraulic engineerings premier lectureship,
endowed through personal contributions by engineers and engineering
firms throughout the world, while enjoying a scrumptious lunch and
networking with colleagues. This years lecturer, Marcelo H. Garcia,
Ph.D., M.ASCE, will discuss Hunter Rouses Turbulence - Jar Experiments
on the Fluid Mechanics of Sediment Suspension: A Primer.
Networking Reception
6:00 8:00 p.m.
Location: Exhibit Hall
Join EWRI for a wondrous, not-to-be missed evening of tantalizing food
and stimulating conversation with colleagues in the environmental and
water resource industries.

BBQ with Puddle Mountain


Monday 6:00 8:00 p.m. Location: Peruvian Terrace/Skiers Bridge
Join your fellow colleagues for a night under the stars on the beautiful Peruvian Terrace of
Snowbird Resort. The reception will include delicious local barbeque and hometown musical favorite, Puddle Mountain. In addition, enjoy a 10-minute, 1.6 mile Aerial Tram ride up
2,900 feet to the top of Hidden Peak. Look up into the canyon toward Alta and down into
the Salt Lake Valley below, while passing over thousands of wildflowers and mountainsides of
green.

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TECHNICAL GRID

Each presentation is 20 minutes long (17 minutes presentation and 3 minutes Q&A)

MONDAY, AUGUST 13, 2012


10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

TRACK 1
ADVANCES IN TRADITIONAL
MEASUREMENTS AND METHODS

TRACK 2
TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES FOR
MANAGING WATER RESOURCES

TRACK 3
FLOW, FLOW GEOMETRY AND SEDIMENT
TRANSPORT MEASUREMENTS

LOCATION: Ballroom 1

LOCATION: Wasatch A

LOCATION: Wasatch B

Track 1.1 - Image Based Measurements

Track 2.1 - Water Resources Management


Issues

Track 3.1 - Geometry and Flow


Measurements

1.1.1 - Particle Image Velocimetry

2.1.1 - Management Issues

3.1.1 - Topography and Roughness Measurements

Utilizing Stereoscopic PIV for the Measurement of Turbulent


Characteristics of Uniform and Fully Developed Open-Channel Flow
on a Rough Bed - AminMohebbi, Junke Guo, Kornel

Building Multidimensional River Information System: Present and


Future - DongsuKim, Marian Muste

Using LIDAR Data and Numerical Models to Investigate the Flood


Flows - YuanCheng
Using Terrestrial LiDAR to Characterize Morphology and Texture of
a Sand and Gravel Bed in a Laboratory Flume - MichaelUrsic,

JoshMortensen

Data Management Techniques Using USEPA WASP Water Quality


Model, Water Supply Decision Management Model and USGS Real
Time Monitoring Gages in the Passaic River to Develop a Nitrate
Management Strategy - PaulSchorr, Gordon Shum

Flow Characteristics Around the Sluice Caisson for Tidal Power


Plant Investigated by Particle Image Velocimetry - Sang-Ho

Taking Safety of Acoustic Doppler Flow Measurements to the Next


Level - PeterVidmar

Kerenyi, Jerry Shen

Measurement of Turbulence in Pressurized Pipe Flow using PIV -

Oh, Chang-Hwan Ji, Kwang Soo Lee, Dal Soo Lee

In situ Measurement of Grazing Effects of Dreissenid Mussels


in Lake Michigan - JianenXiao, Qian Liao, Binbin

Pakistan Flood Disaster 2010 Management - Zulqarnain

Eddy Langendoen, Henrique Momm, Daniel


Wren, Roger Kuhnle

Utilizing Ground-based LiDAR (Terrestrial Laser Scanning)


to Estimate Hydraulic Roughness in Gravel-bed Rivers - J.
TobyMinear, Scott Wright

AliSabir

Photogrammetry Applications for Physical Hydraulic Modeling -

Track 1.1 - Image Based Measurements

Track 2.2 - ADCP Measurements

Track 3.1 - Geometry and Flow


Measurements

1.1.2 - Image Velocimetry and Time Lapse Measurements

2.2.1 - ADCP Accuracy and Testing

3.1.2 - Channel and Flow Geometric Measurements

Measurement of Extreme Flows with an Automated River-Estuary


Discharge Imaging System - Adam Bechle, Chin Wu

Estimating ADCP Discharge Measurement Uncertainty using


Penstock Acoustic Velocity Meters - TracyVermeyen

Implementing the Microsoft KinectTM as an Inexpensive Sensor


to Rapidly Resolve Bathymetry - BlakeLandry, Andrew

A Novel Image-based Technique for Open-channel Velocity


Measurements - Marian Muste, Hao-Che Ho, Nathan

Testing and Evaluation of Hydroacoustics Instrumentation at the


U.S. Geological Survey's Hydrologic Instrumentation Facility -

ConnieSvoboda, Dale Lentz

Wang, Harvey Bootsma


1:30 - 3:00 p.m.

Chase

Water Surface Capturing by Image Processing -YavuzOzeren,


Daniel Wren

Very High Resolution Time-Lapse Photography for Capturing


Physical Process Dynamics - MaryNichols

KirkThibodeaux

The Importance of Instrument Testing The Trials and Tribulations


and Benefits of Field Validation of Hydroacoustic Instruments KevinOberg, David Mueller

Issues with Moving Boat Discharge Measurements using ADCPs in


the Presence of Flow Fluctuations - Carlos Garcia, Leticia
Tarrab, Horacio Herrero, Ricardo Szupiany, Ivan
Matias Ragessi, Kevin Oberg

Rehn, Nils Oberg, Marcelo Garcia

Terrestrial Laser Scanning in Monitoring Geometry and Vegetation


Characteristics of an Environmental Channel - JuhaJrvel,
Johanna Jalonen

Roughness Analyses of an Unlined Hydro Power Tunnels Based on


Data from a Terrestrial Laser Scanner - Kari Brtveit, Nils
Reidar Boe Olsen

F2lulDTM: A New, Robust, Cutting-Edge Technology to Resolve


Fluid Interfaces - BlakeLandry, Joseph Calantoni,
James Palmer, Marcelo Garcia

HMEM 2012 Hydraulic Measurements & Experimental Methods

MONDAY, AUGUST 13, 2012


3:30 - 5:00 P.M.

TRACK 1
ADVANCES IN TRADITIONAL
MEASUREMENTS AND METHODS

TRACK 2
TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES FOR
MANAGING WATER RESOURCES

TRACK 3
FLOW, FLOW GEOMETRY AND SEDIMENT
TRANSPORT MEASUREMENTS

LOCATION: Ballroom 1

LOCATION: Wasatch A

LOCATION: Wasatch B

Track 1.2 - Environmental Flow


Measurements

Track 2.2 - ADCP Measurements

Track 3.1 - Geometry and Flow


Measurements

1.2.1 Turbulence and Turbulent Transport

2.2.2 - ADCPs and Sediment

3.1.3 - Bathmetry and Remotely Sensed Velocity Measurements

Measurements of Dynamic Resistance in Low Turbulence Open


Channel Flow - BobJacobsen, Clinton Willson

Accounting for Sound Attenuation Due to Suspended Sediments


in ADCP Backscatter Calibrations - Maximiliano Sassi,

Depth Inversion Technique on the Kootenai River Using Drifter


Observations - KyleLandon, Tuba Ozkan-Haller, Greg

Turbulence Properties in Bubble Plumes in Presence of Currents Maryam Rezvani, Scott Socolofsky

Effect of Seepage on the Reynolds Shear Stress of the Turbulent


Bursting Events in an Open Channel Flow - Md Abdullah
AlFaruque, Ram Balachandar

Estimating Containment Transport in the Advective Zone - Greta


Schmalle, ChrisRehmann

Hoitink Ton, Bart Vermeulen

On the Use of Horizontal Acoustic Doppler Current Profilers to


Monitor Fluxes of Suspended Sediment and Evolution of Grain
Size in Rivers During Floods - StephanieMoore, Jerome
Le Coz, Gilles Pierrefeu, David Hurther, Andre
Paquier

The Use of Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler Technology for the


Quantification of Total Suspended Solids under Ice in the Lower
Nelson River - AndrewWeiss, Shawn Clark, Colin
Rennie

Calibration Procedure and MATLAB-based Tool to Estimate


Suspended Sediment Concentration from Down-Looking Acoustic
Doppler Current Profilers- Justin Boldt, Jonathan Czuba,

Wilson, Jamie MacMahan

High Resolution Topo-Bathymetric and Flow Measurements and


2D-Hydrodynamic Numerical Modelling to Evaluate the Effects of
the Deepening of the Navigation Channel in the Western Scheldt Yves Plancke, Marco Schrijver, Gwendy Vos
Airborne Passive Remote Sensing of Surface Currents in Rivers and
Estuaries - StevenAnderson, Cindy Piotrowski, John
Dugan, Robert DiMarco, Seth Zuckerman

Comparison of Acoustic and Remotely Sensed Bathymetry and


Flow Velocity at a River Channel Confluence - Paul Kinzel,

Carl Legleiter, Brandon Overstreet, Brett Hooper,


Kenneth Vierra, Jonathan Nelson, Seth
Zuckerman

Timothy Straub, Christopher Curran, Ricardo


Szupiany, Kevin Oberg

TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, 2012


8:30 - 10:00 A.M.

TRACK 1
ADVANCES IN TRADITIONAL
MEASUREMENTS AND METHODS

TRACK 2
TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES FOR
MANAGING WATER RESOURCES

TRACK 3
FLOW, FLOW GEOMETRY AND SEDIMENT
TRANSPORT MEASUREMENTS

LOCATION: Ballroom 1

LOCATION: Wasatch A

LOCATION: Wasatch B

Track 1.2 - Environmental Flow Measurements

Track 2.2 - ADCP Measurments

Track 3.2 - Geotechnical Measurments

1.2.2 - Surface Turbulence and Wave Flows

2.2.3 - Special Applications of Acoustic Instrumentation 1

3.2.1 - Levee and Embankment Issues

Laboratory Study of the Influence of Depth on the Propagation


of Ebb-Generated Tidal Vortices - KerriWhilden, Scott
Socolofsky

Measuring Profiles of Turbulence with Two Coupled Acoustic


Doppler Current Profilers - BartVermeulen, AJF Hoitink,
M.G. Sassi

Experimental Methods for Studying Canal Breach Processes -

Michael Winkler, Mairan Muste

Mitchell, Bob Woldringh, Brian Wahlin

Performance of Several ADCP Internal Magnetic Compasses -

An Experimental Study of Pipe Failure Process in Fine Sand Dike


Foundation - XinghuaXie

High Resolution Vertical Profiles of Near Surface Turbulence on


Open Lakes - BinbinWang, Qian Liao, Jianen Xiao,
Harvey Bootsma
Field Observation and Numerical Modeling of Wave-Induced Beach
Groundwater Flow - XinxinWang, Qian Liao, Jin Li
Full-Scale Hydraulic Measurements of Wave Overtopping Flows
In the Colorado State University Wave Overtopping Simulator - BryanScholl, Christopher Thornton, Seven
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Tony Wahl, Dale Lentz

Application of Integrated, Vessel-based Survey Techniques to


Longitudinal Variation of River Hydrodynamics In a Semialluvial
Support Advanced Hydraulic Modeling - ToddMitchell,
River - ColinRennie, Jeremy Venditti, Chris Adderly, Chuck Davis
Michael Church
Methodology for Managing and Utilizing Intensive Surface
and Subsurface Datasets for the Purpose of Levee Condition
VMS: A Community Tool for Quality Assurance and Averaging
Assessments and Hydraulic Modeling - CharlesDavis, Todd
of ADCP Measurement - DongsuKim, David Mueller,

RandyMarsden

TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, 2012


10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

TRACK 1
ADVANCES IN TRADITIONAL
MEASUREMENTS AND METHODS

TRACK 2
TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES FOR
MANAGING WATER RESOURCES

TRACK 3
FLOW, FLOW GEOMETRY AND SEDIMENT
TRANSPORT MEASUREMENTS

LOCATION: Ballroom 1

LOCATION: Wasatch A

LOCATION: Wasatch B

Track 1.2 - Environmental Flow


Measurements

Track 2.2 - ADCP Measurments

Track 3.2 - Geotechnical Measurments

1.2.3 - Waves and Wave Flows

2.2.4 - Special Applications of Acoustic Instrumentation 2

3.2.2 - Geomorphology and Soil Moisture

Using and Ultrasonic Velocity Profiler for the Decomposition


of Surface Waves - FranciscoPedocchi, Rodrigo
Mosquera

Installation and Operation of a Side-looking Discharge


Measurement Instrument in Big River: Case Parana River - Paulo

Cosmoz: Soil Moisture Measurement Using Cosmic Rays


from Downunder - AaronHawdon, Rex Keen, Jim

Methods to Estimate River Discharge from Horizontally Deployed


Acoustic Doppler Current Profilers - BartVermeulen, Ton

Integrated Landslide Model Testing System Under Atomized


Rainfall- Shiqiang Wu, Chenchao Zhou, Yefei Tan,

Laboratory Measurements for Plunging Breaking Waves Using


Imaging and Fiber-optic Methods - Ho-Joon Lim, Kuang-

Gamaro, Luiz Maldonado, Karine Lima

Wallace, Albert van Dijk

AnChang, Byoung Joon Na

Hoitink, Maximiliano Sassi, Hidayat Hidayat

Remote Sensing of Coastal Waves Using Stereo Imaging -

Laboratory Evaluation of Open Channel Area-Velocity Flow Meters - Hydraulic and Topographic Response of Sand-bed Rivers to
Bryan Heiner, Tracy Vermeyen
Riparian Vegetaion Presence and Patterns: Field-Scale Laboratory
Methods and Results - KrysiaSkorko, Anne Lightbody,
Improved Water Resource Management Using an Acoustic Pulsed Li Kui, John Stella, Andrew Wilcox
Doppler Sensor in a Shallow Open Channel - MikeCook,
Craig Huhta, Chris Ward
Flow and Geometry Measurements at an Active Knickpoint
- Clark Kephart, David Admiraal, Thanos

DavidHill

Virtual Wave Gauges for Extreme Wave Measurement ChinWu, Adam Bechle, Alex Campbell

Xinghua Xie, Zhonghua Feng

Papanicolaou, Chris Wilson

2:00 - 3:00 P.M.

Track 1.2 - Environmental Flow


Measurements

Track 2.3 - Flow Monitoring

Track 3.3 - Sediment Measurements

1.2.4 - Drag and Roughness

2.3.1 - Flow and Water Quality Monitoring 1

3.3.1 - Field Sampling

Direct Measurement of Drag Forces on Flexible Synthetic


Vegetation in Wave Environments - JohnChapman

Automated Measurements of Floodplain Inundation and Water


Quality Parameters for Calibrating a Hydrodynamic Model and
Estimating Flood Load - FazlulKarim, Rex Keen, Aaron

Comparison of Measurement Techniques for Monitoring Sediment


Transport, Under Field Conditions, in the Scheldt Estuary YvesPlancke, Kobe Paridaens

Entropic Relation Between Mean Flow Velocity and Maximum


Hawdon, Jim Wallace
Sediment Transport Measurements for Intelligent Sensor Networks
Velocity: Preliminary Analysis for the Entropy Parameter Calibration
- RobertStewart, Jimmy Fox, Cindy Harnett
- DonatellaTermini, Giovanni Corato, Tommaso
The Establishment of Experimental Watershed in Taiwan and its
Moramarco
Real Time Data Validation Processing - Hau-WeiWang, S.C.
Tsung, C.H. Chen, D.S. Shih, S.C. Li
Field Testing Comparing the Strema-Lined Laser In-Situ Scattering
and Transmissiometry (LISST-SL) Surrogate Technology with
A 3-Dimensional Numerical (LES) and Physical "Gulf Ball" Model in
Physical Samples of Suspended-Sediment Concentration from
Comparison to 1-Dimensional Approach - MarkusGruenzner Smart Use of Real Time Data to Improve Field Efficiencies CarlRundberg
Rivers in Washington and Illinois - TimStraub, Chris
Curran, Jon Czuba, Marian Domanski

HMEM 2012 Hydraulic Measurements & Experimental Methods

TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, 2012


3:30 - 5:00 p.m.

TRACK 1
ADVANCES IN TRADITIONAL
MEASUREMENTS AND METHODS

TRACK 2
TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES FOR
MANAGING WATER RESOURCES

TRACK 3
FLOW, FLOW GEOMETRY AND SEDIMENT
TRANSPORT MEASUREMENTS

LOCATION: Ballroom 1

LOCATION: Wasatch A

LOCATION: Wasatch B

Track 1.2 - Environmental Flow


Measurements

Track 2.3 - Flow Monitoring

Track 3.3 - Sediment Measurement

1.2.5 - Multiphase and Stratified Flows

2.3.2 - Flow and Water Quality Monitoring 2

3.3.2 - Scour Processes and Settling

Velocity and Air Concentration in Air-Water Flow: Application on


a Stepped Spillway Without Sidewalls- Soledad Estrella,

Improving Sediment Measurements in Stormwater through an


Automated Depth-Integrated Sample Arm - William Selbig,

Laboratory Observations of Geotechnical and Hydraulic Erosion


During Bridge Abutment Scour - Robert Ettema, Joshua

Monitoring of Physical Parameters within the Scope of the DutchFlemish Integrated Monitoring Program - YvesPlancke, Elin

Experimental Investigation of Propeller Jet Induced Scouring


Processes - Peter Geisenhainer, Jochen Aberle,

Near-Synoptic Measurements of Surface Water Characteristics in


a Reservoir Using a Personal Watercraft-Based Mapping System -

Scour Regimes Downstram of a Backward-Facing Step - John

Marti Sanchez-Juny, Josep Dolz, Marina ArbatBofill

Experimental Investigation of Aeration Mechanism on Chute


Spillways - Kimia Nazokkar, Mohamad Reza
Kavianpour, Saeed Nazary Moghadam
Digital Plate Resistivity Probe for Measuring Air Concentration and
Water Splashing in High Speed Air-Water Flows - Mohammad
JavadOstad Mirza, Amir Reza Zarrati

Experimental Study of Thermal Stratification in Monomictic


Reservoirs. The Case of Riba-Roja Reservoir in Ebo River (Spain)
- Marina Arbat-Bofill, Marti Sanchez-Juny, Ernest

Amanda Cox, Dave Owens

Valierde, Eric Taverniers, Frank Mostaert

BretWebb, Andrew Whelton

Monitoring Water Quality and Flow Hydraulics on the


Susquehanna River in Central Pennsylvania - BenjaminR.

Fuller, Edward Kempema

Bernhard Sohngen

Newton, Josh Deno, Dennis Lyn

Evaluation of Subsurface Pressure Fluctuations near a Hydraulic


Structure - Timothy Calappi, Carol Miller, Shawn
McElmurry

Hayes, Jessica T. Newlin, Matthew McTammany,


Kevin Langdon, Sean P. Reese

Blade, Jordi Prats-Rodriguez, Josep Dolz

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 2012


8:30 - 10:00 a.m.

TRACK 1
ADVANCES IN TRADITIONAL
MEASUREMENTS AND METHODS

TRACK 2
TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES FOR
MANAGING WATER RESOURCES

TRACK 3
FLOW, FLOW GEOMETRY AND SEDIMENT
TRANSPORT MEASUREMENTS

LOCATION: Ballroom 1

LOCATION: Wasatch A

LOCATION: Wasatch B

Track 1.3 - Experimental Measurements


with Acoustic Technology

Track 2.4 - Discharge Measurements

Track 3.3 - Sediment Measurements

1.3.1 - Discussions on ADV Utilization

2.4.1 - Uncertainty of Discharge Measurements

3.3.3 - Bedload 1

Near Boundary Measurements with a Profiling Acoustic Doppler


Velocimeter -PeterRusello, Michael Allard, Sylvia

Uncertainty Estimates of Wading Discharge Measurements Using


GUM - JaniceFulford

Experimental Studies on Developing Dunes -

Rodriguez-Abudo

Testing and Tuning of ADV Turbulence Measurements by


Comparison to PIV for Two Turbulent Flows - RalphBudwig,
Christopher Hocut, Neal Bradshaw

Calculating Turbulence with Noise Reduction Methods Using


Vectrino- AbbasHooshmand, Alexander HornerDevine

Mean and Fluctuating Suspended Sediment Concentration


Measurements using ADV - BoudewijnDecrop, Tom De
Mulder, Erik Toorman

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Flow Uncertainty Analysis Program (FUAP): A Software Tool for


Evaluating Flow Rate Uncertainty - Anurag Nayak, Ceyda
Polatel, Emile Damisse

Uncertainties in Flow Discharge Rating by Generalized LeastSquares Method - Liqiong Zhang, Asif Mohamed,
Juan Gonzalez-Castro

A Note on the Role of Conceptual Bias on the Uncertainty of Flow


Rating Curves - Marian Muste, Hao-Che Ho, Kyutae
Lee

PrashanthHanmaiahgari, Vesselina Roussinova,


Ram Balachandar

Influence of a Rock Vane on Bedload Transport via Bedforms -

AnneLightbody, Fotis Sotiropoulos, Panayiotis


Diplas

Using Buried Accelerometers to Measure the Timing of


Bed Movement, Scour, and Fill In Gravel-Bedded Rivers
- AndrewGendaszek, Christopher Magirl,
Christina Czuba, Mathieu Marineau

Near-Bed Turbulent Water and Sediment Flux Measurements


in Tidal Channels - ScottWright, Daniel WhealdonHaught

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 2012


10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

TRACK 1
ADVANCES IN TRADITIONAL
MEASUREMENTS AND METHODS

TRACK 2
TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES FOR
MANAGING WATER RESOURCES

TRACK 3
FLOW, FLOW GEOMETRY AND SEDIMENT
TRANSPORT MEASUREMENTS

LOCATION: Ballroom 1

LOCATION: Wasatch A

LOCATION: Wasatch B

Track 1.3 - Experimental Measurements


with Acoustic Technology

Track 2.4 - Discharge Measurements

Track 3.3 - Sediment Measurements

1.3.2 - Laboratory Experiments with Acoustic Technology

2.4.2 - Discharge and Discharge Uncertainties

3.3.4 - Bedload 2

Effects of Large Energetic Vortices on Axial-Flow Hydrokinetic


Turbines - BudiGunawan, Vincent Neary, Craig Hill,

Assessing Index-Velocity Rating Uncertainty in Wind


Influenced Open-Channel Flow Using Large-Eddy Simulations -

Removing Systemic Bias in Bed-Load Transport Measurements in


Large Sand-Bed Rivers - JohnShelley, David Abraham,

Observations on the Use of Acoustic Doppler Velocimeters Over


Rough Beds with Suspended Sediment - DanielWren, Eddy

Reducing Uncertainty in Estimates of Stream Discharge and


Suspended Sediment Load for Ephemeral Streams in Tropical
Environments - AaronHawdon, Rex Keen, Scott

Within-Event Spatially Distributed Bedload: Linking Fluvial


Sediment Transport to Morphological Change - ColinRennie,

Leonard P. Chamorro

Langendoen, Roger Kuhnle, Corrado Pellachini

Measurement of Velocity Deficit at the Downstream of a 1:10


Axial Hydrokinetic Turbine Model - BudiGunawan, Vincent
Neary, Craig Hill, Leonardo P. Chamorro

Performance Assessment and Calibration of a Profiling Lab-Scale


Acoustic Doppler Velocimeter for Application Over Mixed
Sand-Gravel Beds - Michael Ursic, Eddy Langendoen,
Corrafo Pellachini, Daniel Wren, Roger Kuhnle

JuanGonzlez-Castro, D. Kim, T. Stoesser

Tate McAlpin

Wilkinson, Rebecca Bartley, Fazlul Karim

Richard Williams, James Brasington, Damia


Vericat, Murray Hicks

Effect of Surface Turbulence on the Accuracy of Flow Meter


Sensors Installed in a Palmer-Bowlus Flume - Jose Saez,

Bedload Sampling During 10- to 20-year Events - Sucess and


Failure - DarrenHinton, Rollin Hotchkiss

Jessy Avelar, Marzena Laskowska, Elizabeth


Laskowska, Firas Tsipena

Continuous Discharge Monitoring Using Hydraulic Model and


No-Contact Methods for Velocity Sampling - Giovanni

Surrogate Bedload Monitoring Using Hydrophones for a


Flood-Season Deployment on the Gravel-Bedded Cedar
River, Washington - MathieuMarineau, Andrew

Corato, Tommaso Moramarco, Tullio Tucciarelli

Gendaszek, Christopher Magirl, Christiana


Czuba, Jon Czuba

Track 1.4 - Hydraulic Structures

Track 2.4 - Discharge Measurements

Track 3.3 - Sediment Measurements

1.4.1 - Orifice and Culvert Flows

2.4.3 - Measurements in Large Rivers

3.3.5 - Surrogate Particles and Paraticle Size Measurements

Velocity Distributions and Wall Pressures in a Gated Box Culvert


- Alexander Evans, DavidAdmiraal, Jie Zeng,

Automated Discharge Measurements from a Car Ferry on the


River Meusse - RinusSchroevers, Henk Verheij, Jan

Particle Size Distribution Sampling Using Underwater Video


and Image Processing in the Snake River in Hells Canyon -

Experimental Testing of Unsteady Flow through Partially


Submerged Thick-Walled Orifices - WilliamBarlow, David

Large Fluctuations in Flow Measured on the Lower Mississippi


River, during the 2011 Mississippi River Flood - KevinOberg,

A Comparison and Assessment of Four Sediment Particle-Size


Analysis Methodologies - JamesRigby, Daniel Wren

1:30 - 3:00 p.m.

Juan Gonzalez-Castro

Tekstra, Rolf van der Veen, Jorg Eij

Brandes

Justin Boldt, David Mueller, Robert Holmes

Optimization of an Asymmetric Orifice Using a Combination of


Physical and 3D-Numerical Modeling - Roman Gabl, Stefan

Waves, Currents, and Suspended Sediment Measurements in


the Ro de la Plata Estuary in Front of Montevideo, Uruguay
- FranciscoPedocchi, Monica Fossati, Rodrigo

Achleitner, Johann Neuner, Markus Aufleger

Comparison of USGS and FHWA Culvert Flow Equations JaniceFulford, David Mueller

Mosquera, Daniel Bellon, Ismael Piedra-Cueva

Initial Study of Parana and Iguassu River Confluence and its


Interference in Itaipu Dam - Paulo Gamaro, Luiz Maldonado, Karine Lima

TobyWilson, Mark D. Morehead

In-situ Determination of Flocculated Suspended Material


Settling Velocities and Characteristics Using a Floc Camera -

DanielWhealdon Haught, Andrew J. Manning,


David H. Schoelhamer

Measurement of Mean Particle Size of All the Particles within Five


Minutes by Buoyancy Weighing- bar Method - Eiju Obata,
Khairunnisa Mohd Paad, Yuichi Ohira, Rondang
Tambun

3:30 - 5:00 p.m.

Track 1.4 - Hydraulic Structures

SESSION CONCLUDED

SESSION CONCLUDED

1.4.2 - Spillways and Related Flows


Evaluation of Rating Curves and Flow Transitions for Controlled and Uncontrolled Low-head Ogee Spilllways - Seung-Ho Hong, TerrySturm, Thorsten Stoesser, Juan Gonzalez-Castro
Side-Channeling Spillway - Hybrid Modelling - Roman Gabl, Stefan Achleitner, Andeas Sendlhofer, Thomas Hockner, Max Schmitter, Markus Aufleger
The LayFlat Gate for Flow Regulation and Measurement Development and Experience in Large Scale Installations - RobertKeller, Brett Kelly, Craig Ross, Frank Winston
Velocity Measurements of the Flow Over a Gate-Controlled Weir Structure - Mohamed Jalloh, Joe Buzard, S. Ghosh, Rodrigo Musalem, David Admiraal,
Juan Gonzalez-Castro

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POST-CONFERENCE EVENTS
THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 2012

Workshop: Introduction to the Velocity Mapping Toolbox (VMT) for


Velocity Mapping and Bathymetry
8:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.
Location: White Pine
Technical Tour: The Provo River Restoration Project
9:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m.
Location: Offsite

Instructors:

Ryan Jackson USGS, Illinois Water Science Center, Urbana, Illinois, USA
Kevin Oberg USGS, Office of Surface Water, Urbana, Illinois, USA
Acoustic Doppler current profilers (ADCPs) provide detailed, threedimensional velocity data that includes valuable information about the
flow structure, yet much of this data is never fully utilized due to a
lack of post-processing software for ADCP data. While ADCPs are most
commonly used by the USGS for discharge measurements, the data they
collect can provide modelers with calibration and validation data for 2-D
and 3-D hydrodynamic models. In addition, ADCPs can provide highresolution velocity data required for many environmental studies. This
short course will focus on the planning required for a velocity survey,
the equipment and procedures required for execution of the survey, and
application of the Velocity Mapping Toolbox (VMT) to process, analyze,
and visualize ADCP data. VMT is a Matlab-based software for processing
and visualizing ADCP data collected along transects in rivers or other
bodies of water.
This workshop will include breaks and lunch.
PDHs: 8.0
Fees: Member $295

Non-Member $325

The Provo River Restoration Project is the largest river restoration


project to date in Utah. Between 1999 and 2008, meanders were
carved into the 7.7 mile-long straightened middle Provo River
between Jordanelle Dam and Deer Creek Reservoir, with the goal of
restoring pattern and ecological function to a more natural condition.
Project components included reconnecting this large gravel-bed river
to existing remnants of historic secondary channels and constructing
small side channels to recreate aquatic features. Existing levees have
been set back to create a near natural flood plain and to allow the
river to change course naturally.
This half-day field trip for participants will be led by Utah State
University doctoral candidate Susannah Erwin, whose dissertation
(with Jack Schmidt) focuses on the mechanics of bar development
in meandering channels and constructing a sediment budget for the
restored middle Provo River. In the field, Susannah will explain her
research approach and findings, and demonstrate sediment and
surveying equipment at USGS discharge gages located along the
restored reach of the Provo. The field trip will highlight strategies
for monitoring dynamic river systems and for anticipating channel
response to changes in sediment supply.
Please meet in the hotel lobby at 8:00 a.m. for departure at 8:30
a.m. sharp.
PDHs: Not available
Fees: Member $65

Non-Member $70

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ADA Compliance
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with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). While ASCE/EWRI
Institute will make every effort to meet the needs of the physically
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The Environmental & Water Resources Institute of the American Society of
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(IPWE 2013), January 7-9, 2013, Izmir, Turkey. Following the success of the 2012
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THANK YOU TO THE FOLLOWING EXHIBITORS FOR HELPING


TO MAKE THIS CONFERENCE POSSIBLE:

Aquatic Informatics
1107-570 Granville St.
Vancouver, BC V6C 391

Hach Hydromet
5600 Lindbergh Drive
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Contact: Natalie Sheh

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Phone: 604.873.2782
Email: nat@aquaticinformatics.com
Website: http://aquaticinformatics.com/
Aquatic Informatics provides software solutions
that address critical water data management
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Phone: 970.669.3050
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Website: http://www.hachhydromet.com/
We help hydrological professionals
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the environmental water cycle with its
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ASCE-EWRI
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LA Vision
211 W Michigan Ave. Suite 100
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Phone: 703.295.6000
Email: ewri@asce.org
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CEI Software
2166 N Salem St., Apex, NC 27523
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Phone: 919.363.0883
Email: Kevin@ceisoftware.com
Website: http://www.ceisoftware.com/
CEI are the developers of a visualization software
package called EnSight, widely used in the
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Mace USA LLC
PO Box 7144Overland Park, KS 66207
Contact: Kathy Peterson

Phone: 1.888.440.4215
Email: Kathy.peterson@maceusa.com
Website: www.maceusa.com
Our XCi monitoring systems provide turnkey,
flexible and expandable monitoring solutions over
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Contact: David Palmer

Phone: 734.485.0913
Email: david.palmer@lavisioninc.com
Website: http://www.lavision.de/en/
We provide integrated imaging systems
to scientific, industrial and educational
markets. LaVision has extensive experience
in optical techniques including 2-D, stereo
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EXHIBIT HALL HOURS

subject to change
Monday, August 13:
8:00-10:00 Exhibitor Move-in
10:00-10:30am Networking Break in Exhibit Hall
12:00-1:30pm Buffet Lunch in Exhibit Hall
3:00-3:30pm Networking Break in Exhibit Hall
Tuesday, August 14:
8:00-8:30am Breakfast in Exhibit Hall
10:00-10:30am Networking Break in Exhibit Hall
3:00-3:30pm Networking Break in Exhibit Hall
5:30-7:00pm Networking Reception in

Exhibit Hall
Wednesday, August 15:
8:00-8:30am Breakfast in Exhibit Hall
10:00-10:30am Networking Break in Exhibit Hall
12:00-1:30pm Buffet Lunch in Exhibit Hall
3:00-3:30pm Networking Break in Exhibit Hall
3:30-5:00pm Exhibitor Move Out

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Ocean Science
4129 Avenida de la Plata
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Contact: Judah Goldberg

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Phone: 617.206.5752
Email: Judah@nirtekusa.com
Website: http://www.nortekusa.com/
We are a scientific instrumentation
company that provides water velocity
measurement instruments based on the
acoustic Doppler principle - from single point
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Phone: 760.754.2400
Email: ssearing@oceanscience.com
Website: http://www.oceanscience.com/
We are a world leader in the development of
oceanographic, hydrographic and hydrologic
deployment equipment designed to save
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Sequoia Scientific, Inc


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Stalker SVR/ Tek USA Electronics Inc


39120 Argonaut Way Suite 163
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Teledyne RD Instruments
14020 Stowe Dr., Poway, CA 92056

Contact: Ole Mikkelsen

Contact: Bill Fagan

Phone: 425.641.0944
Email: Ole.mikkelsen@sequoiasci.com
Website: http://www.sequoiasci.com/
We manufacture the LISST (Laser In-Situ
Scattering and Transmissometry) instruments
for measuring suspended particle size and
sediment concentration in-situ.

Phone: 510.371.1517
Email: tekusainc@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.stalkerradar.com/
TekUSA is a subsidiary of Tekhydro, which is a
solution provider for flow rate measurements
in adverse conditions. Working together with
Applied Concepts, Inc./Stalker Radar, we
made it possible to automatically measure
flow rate of big flood events.

Phone: 858.842.2695
Email: lgalloway@teledyne.com
Website: http://www.rdinstruments.com/
We provide Acoustic Doppler Current Profilers
(ADCPs) for precision flow and discharge
measurements in environments ranging from
shallow streams to raging rivers.

Sontek
9940 Sumers Ridge Rd.
San Diego, CA 92121
Contact: Christina Larossi

Phone: 858.546.8327
Email: ciarossi@sontek.com
Website: http://www.sontek.com/
Advancing environmental science in over
100 countries, Sontek manufactures reliable
acoustic Doppler instrumentation for water
velocity measurement in oceans, rivers, lakes,
harbors, estuaries, and laboratories.

Sutron
22400 Davis Dr., Sterling, VA 20164
Contact: Patricia Hagerty

Phone: 703.406.2800
Email: patriciah@sutron.com
Website: http://www.sutron.com/
We have led the world in providing Real-Time
Hydro-Met/Oceanic Monitoring & Control
Systems, Stations, Software & Services since
1975.

Contact: Gail Lamangan

TSI
500 Cardigan Rd.
Shoreview, MN 55126
Contact: Kelly Johnson

Phone: 866.266.5919
Website: http://www.tsi.com/
TSIs Fluid Mechanics measurement group
provides V3V, PIV, LDV and PLIF systems to
make accurate measurements of flow velocity,
turbulence and all the associated properties
for hydrodynamic applications. TSI is adapt
at applying emerging technologies to meet
unique fluid mechanics research.

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THANK YOU TO OUR CO-SPONSOR.

THANK YOU TO OUR COOPERATING ORGANIZATIONS.

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