Nils Rüther
Nils Rüther
Professor in Hydraulic and Environmental Engineering at NTNU
Verified email at ntnu.no
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Modelling free-forming meander evolution in a laboratory channel using three-dimensional computational fluid dynamics
N Rüther, NRB Olsen
Geomorphology 89 (3-4), 308-319, 2007
1192007
Calculation of primary and secondary flow and boundary shear stresses in a meandering channel
T Stoesser, N Ruether, NRB Olsen
Advances in Water Resources 33 (2), 158-170, 2010
982010
Three-dimensional modeling of sediment transport in a narrow 90 channel bend
N Rüther, NR Olsen
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 131 (10), 917-920, 2005
962005
The acoustic properties of suspended sediment in large rivers: consequences on ADCP methods applicability
M Guerrero, N Rüther, R Szupiany, S Haun, S Baranya, F Latosinski
Water 8 (1), 13, 2016
452016
Laboratory validation of acoustic Doppler current profiler (ADCP) techniques for suspended sediment investigations
M Guerrero, N Rüther, RN Szupiany
Flow Measurement and Instrumentation 23 (1), 40-48, 2012
442012
Three-dimensional numerical study of free-flow sediment flushing to increase the flushing efficiency: a case-study reservoir in Japan
T Esmaeili, T Sumi, SA Kantoush, Y Kubota, S Haun, N Rüther
Water 9 (11), 900, 2017
352017
Three-dimensional (3D) modeling of non-uniform sediment transport in a channel bend with unsteady flow
T Fischer-Antze, N Rüther, NRB Olsen, D Gutknecht
Journal of hydraulic research 47 (5), 670-675, 2009
332009
3-D computation of sediment transport at water intakes
N Ruether, JM Singh, NRB Olsen, E Atkinson
Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers-Water Management 158 (1), 1-7, 2005
322005
Miljřvirkninger av effektkjřring: Kunnskapsstatus og rĺd til forvaltning og industri
TH Bakken, T Forseth, A Harby, K Alfredsen, JV Arnekleiv, OK Berg, ...
282016
A combined use of acoustic and optical devices to investigate suspended sediment in rivers
M Guerrero, N Rüther, S Haun, S Baranya
Advances in Water Resources 102, 1-12, 2017
232017
Comparison of real time suspended sediment transport measurements in river environment by LISST instruments in stationary and moving operation mode
S Haun, N Rüther, S Baranya, M Guerrero
Flow Measurement and Instrumentation 41, 10-17, 2015
232015
Comparison under controlled conditions between multi-frequency ADCPs and LISST-SL for investigating suspended sand in rivers
M Guerrero, N Rüther, R Archetti
Flow Measurement and Instrumentation 37, 73-82, 2014
232014
3D CFD modeling of local scouring, bed armoring and sediment deposition
GT Török, S Baranya, N Rüther
Water 9 (1), 56, 2017
222017
3D modeling of transient bed deformation in a sine-generated laboratory channel with two different width to depth ratios
N Rüther, NRB Olsen
Proceedings of the International Conference on Fluvial Hydraulics, Lisbon …, 2006
212006
Investigation of the effects of ship induced waves on the littoral zone with field measurements and CFD modeling
G Fleit, S Baranya, N Rüther, H Bihs, T Krámer, J Józsa
Water 8 (7), 300, 2016
202016
Performance of a one‐dimensional hydraulic model for the calculation of stranding areas in hydropeaking rivers
R Casas‐Mulet, K Alfredsen, T Boissy, H Sundt, N Rüther
River research and applications 31 (2), 143-155, 2015
202015
Prediction of the three-dimensional flow field and bed shear stresses in a regulated river in mid-Norway
N Rüther, J Jacobsen, NRB Olsen, G Vatne
Hydrology research 41 (2), 145-152, 2010
172010
Computational fluid dynamics in fluvial sedimentation engineering
N Rüther
Fakultet for ingeniřrvitenskap og teknologi, 2006
162006
Laboratory analysis of armor layer development in a local scour around a groin
GT Török, S Baranya, N Rüther, S Spiller
Proceedings of the International Conference on Fluvial Hydraulics, RIVER …, 2014
132014
Laboratory investigation of apparent bedload velocity measured by ADCPs under different transport conditions
S Conevski, M Guerrero, N Ruther, CD Rennie
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 145 (11), 04019036, 2019
122019
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