Insaf Draoui
PhD student
Ir. at ENSAO in 2017

Main project: Modelling and diagnosing transport processes in a tropical river-lake-delta-sea continuum Application to the Mahakam River (Borneo Island, Indonesia)
Funding: UCL assistant
Supervisor(s): Eric Deleersnijder, Vincent Legat

The project aims to model and diagnose transport processes in the Mahakam delta using a coupled 1D-2D model. The model will be based on SLIM. Advanced diagnostic methods will be inspired by CART and pertain to both water and sediment. In addition, an attempt will be made to apply the newly-introduced concept of partial age to sediment.

IMMC main research direction(s):
Computational science
Fluid mechanics

Research group(s): MEMA

Recent publications

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Journal Articles

1. Deleersnijder, Eric; Draoui, Insaf; Lambrechts, Jonathan; Legat, Vincent; Mouchet Anne. Consistent boundary conditions for age calculations. In: Water, Vol. 12, p. 1274 (2020). doi:10.3390/w12051274.

Working Papers

1. Draoui, Insaf; Le, Hoang Anh; Yang, Yun. New applications of SLIM: the Mahakam, Mekong and Yangtze river-sea continua (xxx), 2018.