WU Baosheng
Position: Professor
Address: Department of Hydraulic Engineering, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, P. R. China
Tel: 86-10-62772097
Fax: 86-10-62772643
E-mail: baosheng@tsinghua.edu.cn
Educational Background
1996-1998, Ph.D. in Civil Engineering, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA
1985-1988, M.S. in Civil Engineering, Wuhan University of Hydraulic and Electric Engineering, Wuhan, P. R. China
1978-1982, B.S. in Civil Engineering, Wuhan University of Hydraulic and Electric Engineering, Wuhan, P. R. China
Work Experience
2004-Present, Professor / Director of Institute of River and Costal Engineering, Department of Hydraulic Engineering, Tsinghua University, Beijing, P. R. China
2000-2003, Associate Professor, Department of Hydraulic Engineering, Tsinghua University, Beijing, P. R. China
1995-2000, Senior Hydraulic Engineer, Hydrau-Tech Inc., Fort Collins, Colorado, USA
1993-1994, Visiting Scientist / Research Associate, Civil Engineering Department, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA
1991-1993, Senior Hydraulic Engineer / Vice Director of Sedimentation Research Laboratory, Institute of Hydraulic Research, Yellow River Conservancy Commission, Zhengzhou, P. R. China
1988-1990, Hydraulic Engineer, Institute of Hydraulic Research, Yellow River Conservancy Commission, Zhengzhou, P. R. China
1982-1987, Assistant Hydraulic Engineer, Institute of Hydraulic Research, Yellow River Conservancy Commission, Zhengzhou, P. R. China
Teaching Courses
1. Fluvial Processes (English)
2. Fluvial Processes (Chinese)
3. Seminars on Mechanics of Sediment Transport
Research Interests
1. Mechanics of Sediment Transport
2. Fluvial Processes
3. Sediment Transport Modeling
4. River Engineering
5. River Environment and Ecology
Research Projects
1. Second class Water Science and Technology Award of Yu the Great for project of Mechanics of Main Channel Adjustment and Countermeasures for Alluvial Reaches of the Yellow River, the Ministry of Water Resources, China, 2015.
2. Second class Scientific and Technological Progress Award for project of Dynamics and Simulation Methods for the Flow and Sediment Regimes at Various Scales, the Ministry of Education China, 2014.
3. First class Scientific and Technological Progress Award for project of Mechanics of Main Channel Adjustment and Countermeasures of Alluvial Reaches of the Yellow River, the Yellow River Conservancy Commission, Ministry of Water Resources, China, 2014.
4. First class Natural Scientific Award for project of Interaction Processes and Mechanics of Sediments Induced by Wind and Water, the Gansu Province, China, 2013.
5. Award in recognition of outstanding contribution to sedimentation studies through publication of “Delayed response model for bankfull discharge predictions in the Yellow River” in IJSR, 2011, WASER, 2013.
6. Top Academic Paper of China's High-Quality of Science and Technology Journals (F5000) for paper of “Response of bankfull discharge to variation of flow discharge and sediment load in lower reaches of Yellow River” published in Chinese Journal of Hydraulic Engineering in 2007, 2012.
7. Excellent Book Award of 2010 to 2011 of the Henan Province for monograph of “Water and Sediment Conditions for Keeping the Main Channel of the Yellow River without Shrinking”, 2012.
8. Second class Water Science and Technology Award of Yu the Great for project of Changes in Water and Sediment in Global Rivers as well as Response and Adjust of Rivers, Ministry of Water Resources, China, 2012.
9. The Tenth Ning Qian Sediment Science and Technology Awards, The Foundation of the Sediment Science and Technology Prize, 2011.
10. Second class Application of Science and Technology Achievements Award for project of Typical Soil Erosion in Selected Countries and Research Frontiers of Sediment Science, China Institute of Water Resources and Hydropower Research, China, 2009.
11. Second class National Scientific and Technological Progress Award for project of Fluvial Processes of Braided Rivers and Its Applications in the River Training Engineering of the Yellow and Tarim Rivers, Ministry of Ministry of Science and Technology, China, 2008.
12. First class Scientific and Technological Progress Award for project of Electronic Platform for Canal of the Middle Route of South-to-North Water Transfer Project, the Ministry of Education, China, 2008.
13. First class Scientific and Technological Progress Award for project of Mechanics of Channel Readjustment of the Lower Yellow River and Managing Strategies under the Changing Environment of Water and Sediment, the Yellow River Conservancy Commission, Ministry of Water Resources, China, 2008.
14. Advanced Person in National Water Science and Technology, the Ministry of Water Resources, 2008.
15. First class Scientific and Technological Progress Award for project of Key Technologies for Maintaining the Basic Functions of Flood Discharge and Sediment Transport Capacities of the Lower Yellow River, the Yellow River Conservancy Commission, Ministry of Water Resources, China, 2007.
16. First class Scientific and Technological Progress Award for project of River Basin Water Control Model and its Applications in Water Regulations of the Yellow River, the Ministry of Education China, 2006.
17. First class Scientific and Technological Advancement Award for project of Fluvial Processes and Modeling Techniques of Braided Rivers and Applications in Practical Engineering, the Ministry of Education, China, 2005.
18. First class Natural Scientific Award for project of Basic Theory of Mechanics of Sediment Transport, the Ministry of Education, China, 2004.
19. Prize for the outstanding contribution in the subject of comprehensive engineering technology in study of 2020 China science and technology development, China Association for Science and Technology ( CAST ), 2004.
20. Distinguished Achievement Award for his achievement and contribution in research and development in sediment transport, Hydrau-Tech. Inc., Engineering & Software, Colorado, USA, 1999.
21. Engineer of the Year, Hydrau-Tech. Inc., Engineering & Software, Colorado, USA, 1996.
22. First class Scientific and Technological Progress Award for project of Physical model for suspended load of the Xiaolangdi project, the Ministry of Water Resources, China, 1995.
23. Paper Award for paper of Real Time Regulation of Reservoirs for Flood Control of the Lower Yellow River, National Symposium on Hydraulics and Hydrology Science, 1992.
24. Paper Award for paper of Real Time Regulation of Reservoirs for Flood Control of the Lower Yellow River, Henan Province Society of Hydroelectric Engineering, 1992.
25. President’s Prize, Yellow River Institute of Hydraulic Research, the Yellow River Conservancy Commission, Ministry of Water Resources, China, 1992.
26. Paper Award, Sixth National Symposium on Gray System Theory, 1991.
27. Outstanding Graduate in the Eighties, the Yellow River Conservancy Commission, Ministry of Water Resources, China, 1991.
28. Second Class Prize for paper of Preliminary Study of Real Time Regulation of Reservoirs for Flood Control of the Lower Yellow River, Youth Hydraulic Engineers Paper Competition organized by the Yellow River Conservancy Commission and Hydraulic Engineering Society of Henan Province, 1990.
Professional Service
1. Associate Editor of “International Journal of Sediment Research”
2. Associate Editor of “Journal of Hydro-environment Research”
3. Committee member of the Fluvial Hydraulics Section of the International Association for Hydraulic Research (IAHR)
4. Committee member of the IAHR-APD Executive Committee
5. Committee member of the Sedimentation Engineering Section of the Chinese Hydraulic Engineering Society (CHES)
6. Committee member of the Hydrological and Sediment Section of the Chinese Society for Hydropower Engineering (CSHE)
7. Member of Scientific Committee of Journal of Water Resources & South-to-North Water Diversion (in Chinese)
8. Member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
9. Member of the International Association for Hydraulic Research (IAHR)
10. Member of the Chinese Hydraulic Engineering Society (CHES)
11. Sponsor Member of World Association for Sedimentation and Erosion research (WASER)
Honors and Awards
1. Treatment Technology Facilitating Floodplain Protection and Sediment Transport in Channels of the Lower Yellow River, Special Funds for Public Industry Research Projects of the National Ministry of Water Resources, 2014/1-2016/12.
2. Key Technology for Regulation of Hyperconcentrated Flood in the Middle and Lower Reaches of the Yellow River, the National Science and Technology Supporting Plan of the Twelfth Five-year, 2012/1-2015.
3. Interaction between Bank Collapse and Channel Bed Processes, the National Basic Research Program of China (973 Project), 2011/1-2015/12.
4. Basic Theory of Non-uniform Sediment Transport, the key project of National Natural Science Foundation of China, 2011/01-2014/12.
5. Comprehensive Study of River Ecological Dynamics of the Source Area of the Three Rivers, the Tsinghua University Initiative Scientific Research Program, 2009/1-2014/12.
6. Theory and Method for Fluvial Processes in Non-equilibrium State, the general program of National Natural Science Funds, 2010/01-2012/12.
7. Effects of human activities on the eco-morphological evolution of rivers and estuaries, Program Strategic Science Alliances between China and the Netherlands, 2008-2010.
8. Evaluation System and Evaluation Criteria for Reservoir Functions, “948” Project of the Ministry of Water Resources, 2008/1-2010/6.
9. Water and Sediment Conditions for Keeping the Main Channel of the Lower Yellow River without Shrinking, National Science and Technology Supporting Plan of the Eleventh Five-year, 2006/12-2009/12.
10. Development of Sediment Database for Global River Systems – Change Trend in Runoff and Sediment Load of Typical Rivers, Special Fund of the Ministry of Finance, 2006/9-2007/6.
11. Hydraulic Processes and Its Operation of the Middle Route of the South-to-North Water Transfer Project, Major Key Technology and Applications for the South-to-North Water Transfer Project, 2005/4-2006/6.
12. Key Technologies to Maintain the Flow Discharging and Sediment Transport Capacity of the Main Channel of the Lower Yellow River, the Tenth National Key Technologies R&D Program, 2004/4-2005/12.
13. Predictive Modeling of Sediment Transport and Morphology in the Lower Yellow River, the Program of Scienti?c Alliances between China and the Netherlands, 2004-2006.
14. Mechanism of Runoff-Sediment Yield and Transport Processes and their Interaction with Environmental Changes in the Yangtze River Basin, the National Basic Research Program of China (973 Project), 2004/1-2006/12.
15. Effects of Reservoir and River Training on River Pattern in the Lower Yellow River, the joint funds of the National Natural Science Foundation of China, 2004/1-2006/12.
16. Watershed Sediment and Flow Processes and Their Critical Controls, the Found for Innovative Research Groups of the National Natural Science Foundation of China, 2003-2008.
17. Mechanics of Channel Readjustment of the Lower Yellow River in Response to the Changing Flow and Sediment Inflows and Management Strategies, the key project of National Natural Science Funds, 2003/1-2006/12.
18. Tongguan’s Elevation Control and Operational Adjustment of Sanmenxia Reservoir, Major Research Project of the Ministry of Water Resources, 2002/10-2003/12.
19. Development Trend and Management of the Braided Channel of the Lower Yellow River after the Construction of the Xiaolangdi Reservoir, financed by the Yellow River Henan Bureau, 2002-2004.
20. Effectiveness Analysis of Soil and Water Conservation in Oversea Countries, the Sedimentation Study Program for the Three Gorges Dam Project of the Tenth Five-year, 2002– 2003.
21. Feasibility Study of Lowering the Tongguan Elevation of the Yellow River, Consulting project of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, 2002/1– 2002/12.
22. Effects of Nonuniformity of Bed Sediment and Flow Intensity on Characteristic Particle Size of Transported Sediment, the Scienti?c Research Foundation for the Returned Overseas Chinese Scholars, Ministry of Education of China, 2001/9-2003/10.
23. Numerical Simulation of Abutment Scour for California I5 Bridge, Project sponsored by the U.S. Federal Highway Administration, 1998-2000.
24. Development of Bridge Stream Tube Model for Alluvial River Simulation (BRI-STARS), Project sponsored by the U.S. Federal Highway Administration, 1995-1999.
25. Applicability of the General Stream Tube model for Alluvial River Simulation (GSTARS) in the Yellow River, project sponsored by the World Bank, 1993-1994.
26. Numerical Modeling of Sediment Transport and Its Application in the Yellow River, the Eighth National Key Technologies R&D Program, 1990-1993.
27. Sediment Mathematical Model and Its Application in the Sedimentation of the Xiaolangdi Reservoir of the Yellow River, Major research project in the Biding and Design Phase of the Xiaolangdi Dam Project, 1990-1993.
28. Real Time Regulation of Reservoirs for Flood Control of the Lower Yellow River, the project of Science Funds of the Yellow River Conservancy Commission, 1989-1990.
29. Study of Optimal Operation for Water and Sediment of the Sanmenxia Reservoirs, project of Water and Sediment Funds of the Ministry of Water Resources, 1988-1989.
30. Physical Model for Channel Shifting of the Nanxiaoti to Jiahetan Reach of the Lower Yellow River, Special Research Program for Flood Control and River Regulation of the Yellow River Conservancy Commission, 1983-1985.
31. Physical Model for Preventing Sediment Entering the Hydropower Plant of the Xiaolangdi Dam Project of the Yellow River, Major research project in the Biding and Design Phase of the Xiaolangdi Dam Project, 1982-1984.
Academic Achievement
Books:
1. Molinas, A. and Wu, B.S., “User’s Primer for BRI-STARS (BRIdge Stream Tube model for Alluvial River Simulation),” Publication No. FHWA-RD-99-191, Federal Highway Administration, Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center, McLean, Virginia, 2000, 43p.
2. Wu, B.S., Wang, P., and Zhang, Y.F., “Fluvial Processes of the Inner-Mongolia Reach of the Yellow River,” Science Press, Beijing, China, 2016, 287p. (in Chinese)
3. Wu, B.S. and Zheng, S., “Delayed Response Theory and Applications for Fluvial Processes,” China Water and Power Press, Beijing, China, 2015, 356p. (in Chinese).
4. Zhong, D.Y, Wang, G.Q. and Wu, B.S., “Kinetic Theory for Sediment Transport,” Science Press, Beijing, China, 2015, 214p. (in Chinese)
5. Liu, X.Y., Mao, J.X., Wu, B.S., Yu, Q.Y. et al., “Conservation of Reservoir Effective Capacity,” China Water and Power Press, Beijing, China, 2015, 155p. (in Chinese).
6. Wu, B.S., Zhang, Y.F., and Shen, G.Q., “Water and Sediment Conditions for Keeping the Main Channel of the Lower Yellow River without Shrinking,” The Yellow River Water Conservancy Press, Zhengzhou, China, 2010, 204p. (in Chinese)
7. Wu, B.S., “Chapter 2 Sediment Carrying Capacity” in “Progresses in Sediment Studies” edited by G.Q. Wang and C.H. Hu, China Water and Power Press, Beijing, China, 2006, 46-94. (in Chinese).
8. Xia, J.Q., Wang, G.Q., and Wu, B.S., “Fluvial Processes and Numerical Simulation of Braided Rivers,” China Water and Power Press, Beijing, China, 2005, 195p. (in Chinese).
9. Wang X.K., Shao, X.J., Wang, G.Q., and Wu, B.S., “River Dynamics,” Science Press, Beijing, China, 2004, 325p. (in Chinese).
10. Wu, B.S. and Wang. G.Q., “Key Technologies and Development Strategy in River Engineering and Water Transfer Projects,” Development of China’s Engineering Technologies Toward 2020, China Society and Technology Association, 2004 (in Chinese).
11. Wang, G.Q. and Wu, B.S., “Chapter II: Frontier Problems in Sediment Science,” Scientific Frontiers on Water Resources and Hydropower Engineering, edited by C.H. Zhang, Tsinghua University Press, Beijing, China, 2002, 34-54 (in Chinese).

Journal Papers:
12. Zhang, L, Zhong, D.Y, Sun, Q.C, and Wu, B.S. A kinetic description of collisional frictions between particles and solid boundary in simple sheared granular flows. Powder Technology, 2015, 276: 204-216. (SCI)
13. Zhang, Y.F., Wang, P., Wu, B.S., Hou, S.Z. An experimental study of ?uvial processes at asymmetrical river con?uences with hyperconcentrated tributary ?ows. Geomorphology, 2015, 230: 6-36, doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2014.11.001. (SCI)
14. Zheng S., Wu, B.S., Thorne, CR., and Tan, G.M. Case study of variation of sedimentation in the Yellow and Wei Rivers. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, 2014, DOI: 10.1061/ (ASCE) HY.1943-7900.0000980. (SCI)
15. Li, W., van Maren, D.S., Wang, Z.B., de Vriend, H.J., and Wu, B.S. Peak discharge increase in hyperconcentrated floods. Advances in Water Resources, 2014, 67: 65–77, DOI: 10.1016/j.advwatres.2014.02.007. (SCI)
16. Zhang, L., Zhong, D.Y., Wu, B.S. Particle inertia effect on sediment dispersion in turbulent open-channel flows. Science China Technological Sciences, 2014, 57(10): 1977-1987. (SCI)
17. Xu, R.Y., Zhong, D.Y., Wu, B.S., Fu, X.D., and Miao, R.Z. A large time step Godunov scheme for free-surface shallow water equations. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2014, 59(21): 2534-2540. (SCI)
18. Li, W., Wang, Z.B., van Maren, D.S., de Vriend, H.J., and Wu, B.S. Relative role of bed roughness change and bed erosion on peak discharge increase in hyperconcentrated floods. Advances in Geosciences, 2014, 39(39): 15-19. (SCI)
19. Kondolf G.M., Gao Y.X., Annandale G.W., Morris G.L., Jiang E.H., Zhang J.H., Cao Y.T., Carling P., Fu K.D., Guo Q.C., Hotchkiss R., Peteuil C., Sumi T., Wang H.W., Wang Z.W., Wei Z.L., Wu B.S., Wu C.P., Yang C.T. Sustainable sediment management in reservoirs and regulated rivers: Experiences from ?ve continents, Earth’s Future, 2014, doi:10.1002/2013EF000184. (SCI)
20. Fan, N.N., Zhong, D.Y., Wu, B.S., Georgiou, E.F., and Guala, M. A mechanistic-stochastic formulation of bed load particle motions: from individual particle forces to the Fokker Planck equation under low transport rates. Journal of Geophysical Research, 2014, doi: 10.1002/2013JF002823. (SCI)
21. Zheng, S., Wu, B.S., Thorne, C.R., and Simon, A. Morphological evolution of the North Fork Toutle River following the eruption of Mount St. Helens, Washington. Geomorphology, 2014, 208, 102-116, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.geomorph.2013.11.018. (SCI)
22. Zhong, D.Y., Wang, G.Q., and Wu, B.S. Drift velocity of suspended sediment in turbulent open channel flows. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, 2014, 140(1): 35-47. (SCI)
23. Xie, J.M., Wu, B.S., and Annandale, G.W. Rapid reservoir-storage-based benefit calculations. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, 2013, 139(6), 712–722. (SCI)
24. Zhang, Y.Y., Zhong, D.Y., and Wu, B.S. Multiple temporal scale relationships of bankfull discharge with streamflow and sediment transport in the Yellow River in China. International Journal of Sediment Research, 2013, 28(4): 496-510. (SCI)
25. Wu, B.S., Zheng, S., and Thorne, C.R. A general framework for using the rate law to simulate morphological response to disturbance in the fluvial system. Progress in Physical Geography, 2012, 36(5): 575-597.(SCI)
26. Wu, B.S. and Li, L.Y. Delayed response model for bankfull discharge predictions in the Yellow River. International Journal of Sediment Research, 2011, 26(4): 445-459. (SCI)
27. Xia, J.Q., Wu, B.S., Wang, G.Q., and Wang, Y.P. Estimation of bankfull discharge in the lower Yellow River using different approaches. Geomorphology, 2010, 117, 66-77. (SCI)
28. Fu, X.D., Jiang, L.W., Wu, B.S, Hu, C.H., Wang, G.Q., and Fei, X.J. Sediment delivery ratio and its uncertainties on flood event scale: quantification for the lower Yellow River. Science in China Series E: Technological Sciences. 2009, 52(4): 922-927. (SCI、EI)
29. van Maren, D.S., Winterwerp, J.C., Wu, B.S., and Zhou, J.J. Modelling hyperconcentrated flow in the Yellow River. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 2009, 34(4), 596-612, DOI: 10.1002/esp.1760. (SCI)
30. Fang, S.G., Wei, J.H., Wu, B.S., Shang, Y.Z. Simulation of transport channel in China's Middle Route South-to-North Water Transfer Project. Tsinghua Science and Technology, 2009, (3): 367-377. (EI)
31. Wu, B.S., van Maren, D.S., and Li, L.Y. Predictability of sediment transport in the Yellow River using selected transport formulations. International Journal of Sediment Research, 2008, 23(4): 283-298. (SCI)
32. Wu, B.S., Xia, J.Q., Fu, X.D., and Zhang, Y.F. Effect of altered flow regime on bankfull area of the lower Yellow River, China. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 2008, 33(10), 1585-1601. (SCI)
33. Wu, B.S., Wang, G.Q., Xia, J.Q., Fu, X.D., and Zhang, Y.F. Response of bankfull discharge to discharge and sediment load in the lower Yellow River. Geomorphology, 2008, 100(3-4), 366-376. (SCI)
34. Wang, G.Q., Xia, J.Q., and Wu, B.S. Numerical simulation of longitudinal and lateral channel deformation in the braided reach of the lower Yellow River. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, 2008, 134(8): 1064-1078. (SCI)
35. Xia, J.Q., Wu, B.S., Wang, Y.P., and Zhao, S.G. An analysis of soil composition and mechanical properties of riverbanks in a braided reach of the Lower Yellow River. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2008, 53(15) 2400-2409. (SCI)
36. Shang, Y.Z., Wu, B.S., Li, T.J., Fang, S.G. Fault-Tolerant Technique in the Cluster Computation of the Digital Watershed Model. Tsinghua Science and Technology, 2007, 12(S1): 162-168. (EI)
37. Shang, Y.Z., Jin, Y., Wu, B.S. Fault-Tolerant Mechanism of the Distributed Cluster Computers. Tsinghua Science and Technology, 2007, 12(S1): 186-191. (EI)
38. Wang, G.Q., Wu, B.S., and Li, T.J. Digital Yellow River Model. Journal of Hydro-environment Research, 2007, 1(1): 1-11. (SCI)
39. Wang, Z.Y., Wu, B.S., and Wang, G.Q. Fluvial Processes and Morphological Response in the Yellow and Weihe Rivers to Closure and Operation of Sanmenxia Dam. Geomorphology, 2007, 91(1-2): 65-79. (SCI)
40. Wu, B.S., Wang, G.Q., and Xia, J.Q. Case Study: Delayed Sedimentation Response to Inflow and Operations at Sanmenxia Dam. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, 2007, 133(5): 482-494. (SCI)
41. Li, C.Z, Wang, Z.Y., Wu, B.S., and Wang, W.L. Impact of Elevation at Tongguan on Flood Defense in the Lower Weihe River. International Journal of River Basin Management, 2006, 4(1): 57-63.
42. Wang, G.Q., Wu, B.S., and Wang, Z.Y. Sedimentation problems and management strategies of Sanmenxia Reservoir, Yellow River, China. Water Resources Research, 2005, 41(9): W09417, doi:10.1029/2004WR003919 (SCI)
43. Xia, J.Q., Wang, G.Q., and Wu, B.S. Fluvial Processes in the Meandering Reach of the Lower Wei River During the Course of Degradation. Journal of Sichuan University (Engineering Science Edition), 2005, 37(Supplementary): 46-51.(EI)
44. Wu, B.S. and Wang, G.Q. Backwater Computation for Choking Flood Flows through Bridge Contractions. Water International, 2005, 30(1): 69-75. (SCI)
45. Wu, B.S., Wang, G.Q., Ma, J. M., and Zhang, R. Case Study: River Training and Its Effects on Fluvial Processes in the Lower Yellow River, China. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, 2005, 131(2): 85-96. (SCI)
46. Wu, B.S. and Molinas, A. Energy Losses and Threshold Conditions for Choking in channel contractions. Journal of Hydraulic Research, IAHR, 2005, 43(2): 139-148. (SCI)
47. Wu, B.S., Molinas, A., and Julien, P.Y. Bed-Material Load Computations for Nouniform Sediments. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, 2004, 130(10): 1002-1012. (SCI)
48. Wu, B.S., Wang, G.Q., Wang, Z.Y., and Xia, J.Q. Effect of Changes in Flow Runoff on the Elevation of Tongguan in Sanmenxia Reservoir. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2004, 49(15): 1658-1664. (SCI)
49. Xia, J.Q., Wang, G.Q., Wu, B.S. Two-dimensional numerical modeling of the longitudinal and lateral channel deformations in alluvial rivers. Science in China, Series E-Engineering & Materials Science, 2004, 47(Supplement I): 199-211. (SCI)
50. Wang, G.Q., Xia, J.Q., Wu, B.S. Two-dimensional composite mathematical alluvial model for the braided reach in the Lower Yellow River. Water International, 2004, 29 (4): 455-466. (SCI)
51. Wu, B.S., Wang Z.Y., and Li, C.Z. Yellow River Basin Management and Current Issues. Journal of Geographical Sciences, 2004, 14(supplement): 29-37.
52. Wang, G.Q., Wu, B.S., and Xia, J.Q. Modeling of the Diversion Channel Closure for the Third Stage of the Three Gorges Project. International Journal of Sediment Research, 2004, 19(1): 75-82. (EI)
53. Li, P.C., Wu, B.S., Zhou, J.J., and Han, W.L. Application of a Numerical Model of Solid-Liquid Hammer in Pipeline Transport. Engineering Science, 2004, 2(3): 53-59.
54. Molinas, A. and Wu, B.S. Transport of Sediment in Large Sand-Bed Rivers. Journal of Hydraulic Research, IAHR, 2003, 41(5): 549-555. (SCI)
55. Wu, B.S., Molinas, A., and Shu, A.P. Fractional Transport of Sediment Mixtures. International Journal of Sediment Research, 2003, 18(3): 232-247.(EI)
56. Han, W., Wang, G., Wu, B.S., Liu, S., and Zou, W. Water Hammer in Coarse-Grained Solid-Liquid Flows. Transactions of Nonferrous Metals Society of China, 2002, 12(2): 508-513. (SCI)
57. Wu, B.S. and Molinas, A. Choked Flows through Short Contractions. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, 2001, 127(8): 657-662. (SCI)
58. Molinas, A. and Wu, B.S. Transport of Sediment in Large Sand-Bed Rivers. Journal of Hydraulic Research, IAHR, 2001, 39(2): 135-146. (SCI)
59. Molinas, A., Wu, B.S., and Koester, R. Debris Flow Simulation for Highway Cross Culverts. Transportation Research Record, National Research Council, Transportation Research Board, 2001, 220-226. (SCI)
60. Molinas, A., and Wu, B.S. Comparison of Fractional Bed-Material Load Computation Methods in Sand-Bed Channels. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 2000, 25(10): 1045-1068. (SCI)
61. Molinas, A. and Wu, B.S. Effect of Size Gradation on Transport of Sediment Mixtures. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, 1998, 124(8): 786-793. (SCI)
62. Molinas, A., Kheireldin, K., and Wu, B.S. Shear Stress around Vertical Wall Abutment. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, 1998, 124(8): 822-830. (SCI)
63. Yang, C. T., Molinas, A., and Wu, B.S. Sediment Transport in the Yellow River. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, 1996, 122(5): 237-244. (SCI)

Conference Papers:
64. Fan, N.N., Singh, A., Georgiou, E.F., and Wu, B.S. Anomalous diffusion for bed load transport with a physically-based model. 2013 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, USA. 2013.
65. Fan, N.N., Georgiou, F., Wu, B.S., and Zhong, D.Y. On muti-scale dynamics of bed load transport: An approach based on statistical mechanics. Proceeding of 2013 IAHR World Conference, Chengdu. 2013.
66. Li, W., Wang, Z.B., van Maren, D.S., de Vriend, H.J., and Wu, B.S. Relative role of bed roughness, bed erosion and channel storage on peak discharge increase in hyperconcentrated floods. The 8th Symposium on River, Coastal, and Estuarine Morphodynamics, 2013, Santander, Spain.
67. Zhang, Y.Y., Wu, B.S., He, Y., and Wang, J.P. Multiple Time Scale Relationships of Bankfull Discharge with Streamflow and Sediment Transport in the Lower Yellow River in China. Proceedings of the 35th IAHR World Congress, 2013, Chengdu, China, 1-14.
68. Fan, N.N., Georgiou, E.F., and Wu, B.S. On Multi-Scale Dynamics of Bed Load Transport: An Approach Based on Statistical Mechanics. Proceedings of the 35th IAHR World Congress, 2013, Chengdu, China, 1-8.
69. Zhong, D.Y., Zhang, L., and Wu, B.S. Velocity Profiles of Turbulent Sediment-laden Flows in Open-channels. Proceedings of the 35th IAHR World Congress, 2013, Chengdu, China, 1-14.
70. Fan, N.N., Zhong, D.Y., Wu, B.S., and Li, W.W. On suspension probability of sediment particles in turbulent open channel flows based on kinetic theory. Proceedings of the 7th IAHR Symposium on River, Coastal and Estuarine Morphodynamics, Beijing, China, 2011, 140-146.
71. Zhang, Y.Y., Wu, B.S., Zhong, D.Y. The mechanism of hyper-concentrated flood peak discharge increasing in the Lower Yellow River. Proceedings of the 7th IAHR Symposium on River, Coastal and Estuarine Morphodynamics, Beijing, China, 2011, 413-424.
72. Zhong, D.Y., Wang, G.Q., and Wu, B.S. Dispersion of non-uniform suspended sediment in turbulent open channel flows. Proceedings of the 7th IAHR Symposium on River, Coastal and Estuarine Morphodynamics, Beijing, China, 2011, 950-953.
73. Li, W.W., Fu, X.D., Wu, B.S., Fan, N.N. The Influence of water and sediment load in the nonflood season on the bankfull discharge in the Lower Yellow River. Proceedings of the 7th IAHR Symposium on River, Coastal and Estuarine Morphodynamics, Beijing, China, 2011, 1680-1693.
74. Zhang, Y.Y., Wu, B.S., and Fu, X.D. Characteristics of sediment transport by flood events in the Lower Yellow River. Proceedings of the 34th IAHR World Congress, Brisbane, Australia, 2011, 3853-3860.
75. Xie, J.M, Annandale, G.W., and Wu, B.S. Reservoir Capacity-Potential Power Generation-Reliability Estimation Based on Gould-Dincer Approach. Proceedings of the 34th IAHR World Congress, Brisbane, Australia, 2011, 1811-1817.
76. Fu, X.D., Jiang, L.W., Wu, B.S, Hu, C.H., Wang, G.Q., Fei, X.J. Quantifying Channel Maintenance In-stream Flows for the Lower Yellow River: An Optimization-Based Approach. Proceedings of the 33rd IAHR Congress, Vancouver, Canada, 2009, 3266-3281.
77. Li, L.Y., Wu, B.S., Hou, S.Z. Delayed Response Model for Bankfull Discharge at Inner Mongolia Reach of the Yellow River. Proceedings of the 4th International Yellow River Forum on Basin Management, Zhengzhou, China, 2009, Vol. IV, 175-181.
78. Xia, J.Q., Wu, B.S., Wang, Y.P., Li, W.W. Comparison of different approaches to determining bankfull discharge in the Lower Yellow River. Proceedings of the 4th International Yellow River Forum on Basin Management, Zhengzhou, China, 2009, Vol. III, 51-63.
79. You, T., Wu, B.S., Cheng, H.P., and Wang, Z.H. Delayed response and quantified river health indexes. Proceedings of the 33rd IAHR Congress, Vancouver, Canada, 2009, 7179-7184. .
80. Xia J.Q., Lin, B.L., Falconer, R.A., and Wu, B.S. An Unstructured Finite Volume Algorithm for Predicting Man-Made Flood Routing in the Lower Yellow River. Proceedings of the BHS Tenth National Hydrology Symposium, British Hydrological Society, 2008, 289-295.
81. Xu, B.F., Liang, J., and Wu, B.S. Trends in Water Runoff and Sediment Load in Selected World’s Rivers. Proceedings of 16th IAHR-APD Congress and 3rd Symposium of IAHR-ISHS, Nanjing, China, 2008, Vol. III, 889-894.
82. Li, L.Y., Li and Wu, B.S. Bankfull Area Prediction Method Based on Erosion and Sedimentation. Proceedings of 16th IAHR-APD Congress and 3rd Symposium of IAHR-ISHS, Nanjing, China, 2008, Vol. III, 854-858.
83. Shang, Y.Z., Wu, B.S., and Li, L.H. State and Space Algorithm of Downstream Water-Level Control for Multipool Canals. Environmental Informatics Archives, Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Environmental Informatics, Bangkok, Thailand, 2007, Vol. 5, 431- 439.
84. Wu, B.S., Xia, J.Q., and Zhang, Y.F. Variation of Bankfull Area in Response to Changes in Flow Discharges in the Lower Yellow River. Proceedings of the 10th International Symposium on River Sedimentation, Moscow, 2007, Vol. II, 492-500.
85. Xia, J.Q., Wu, B.S., and Wang, Y.P. Processes and Characteristics of Recent Channel Adjustment in the Lower Yellow River. Proceedings of the 10th International Symposium on River Sedimentation, Moscow, 2007, Vol. II, 448-457.
86. van Maren, D.S., Winterwerp, J.C., Wu, B.S., and Zhou. J.J. Morphological modeling of hyperconcentrated floods in the Yellow River. International Conference on Fluvial Hydraulics, Lisbon, PORTUGAL, 2006, River Flow 2006, Vols. 1 and 2, 1383-1391.
87. Wu, B.S. and Li, L.Y., Comparisons of Selected Sediment Transport Methods in the Yellow River, Proceedings of the Second Sino-American Workshop on Advanced Computational Modeling in Hydroscience and Engineering, Beijing, China, 2006.
88. Wu, B.S. and Shi, C.W. Channel Patterns and Equilibrium Transport of Sediment. Proceedings of the 15th Congress of APD-IAHR, IIT Madras, India, 2006, Vol. I, 243-252.
89. Wu, B.S. and Xia, J.Q. Environmental Assessment and Sedimentation Management of Sanmenxia Reservoir. Proceedings of the 31st IAHR Congress, Seoul, Korea, 2005, 6150-6162.
90. Wu, B.S., Shi, C.W., Ma, J.M., and Chu, M.H. Classification of Channel Patterns Based on Strong Equilibrium Sediment Transport Concept. Proceedings of the Second International Yellow River Forum on Basin Management, Zhengzhou, China, 2005, Vol. III, 187-195.
91. Zhang, C.C., Wu, B.S., and Yang, Y. Correlations between Sediment Transport Capacity and Flow Intensity in the Lower Yellow River. Proceedings of the Second International Yellow River Forum on Basin Management, Zhengzhou, China, 2005, Vol. I, 290-297.
92. Deng, Y. and Wu, B.S. Prototype Experiment of Erosion and Sedimentation in Sanmenxia Reservoir. Proceedings of the Second International Yellow River Forum on Basin Management, Zhengzhou, China, 2005, Vol. III, 378-387.
93. de Veriend, H., Zhou, J.J., Wang, Z.Y., Wu, B.S., Witerwerp, H., and van Maren, B.S. Predictive Modeling of Sediment Transport and Morphology in the Lower Yellow River. Proceedings of the Second International Yellow River Forum on Basin Management, Zhengzhou, China, 2005, Vol. III, 128-134.
94. van Marena, D.S., Winterwerp, J.C., de Vriend, H.J., Wang, Z.B., Wang, Z-Y, Zhou, J.J., Wu, B.S. Sediment-induced Density Effects on Channel Patterns of Silt-laden Rivers. Proceedings of the Second International Yellow River Forum on Basin Management, Zhengzhou, China, 2005, Vol. I, 290-297.
95. Wu, B.S. and Wang, Z.Y. Impacts of Sanmenxia Dam and Management Strategies. Proceedings of the International Conference on Hydraulics of Dams and River Structures, Tehran, Iran, 2004, 213-227.(keynote speech)
96. Wu, B.S. Effect of Flow Changes on Sedimentation in Sanmenxia Reservoir. Proceedings of the Ninth International Symposium on River Sedimentation, Yichang, China, 2004, 931-937.
97. Xia, J.Q. and Wu, B.S. Study on the Influence of Different Operational Modes of the Sanmenxia Reservoir on the Tongguan Elevation Using a 1D Mathematical Model” Proceedings of the Ninth International Symposium on River Sedimentation, Yichang, China, 2004, 634-641.
98. Li, C.Z., Wang Z.Y., Wu, B.S. Effect of Tongguan Elevation Reduction on Flood Defense in the Lower Weihe River. Proceedings of the Ninth International Symposium on River Sedimentation, Yichang, China, 2004, 628-633.
99. Wang, G.Q., Xia, J.Q., Wu, B.S. Temporal and Spatial Variation Characteristics of Riverbank Erosion Mechanisms and Rates in the Lower Yellow River. Proceedings of the Ninth International Symposium on River Sedimentation, Yichang, China, 2004, 353-366.
100. Shi, C.W., Ma, J.M., and Wu, B.S. Experimental Study of Channel Opening by Explosion in the Lower Yellow River. Proceedings of the Ninth International Symposium on River Sedimentation, Yichang, China, 2004, 1722-1727.
101. Wu, B.S. Channel Response to Changing Flow Conditions - A Case Study of the Yellow River. Proceedings of the First International Conference on the Solutions of Water Shortage and Instream Flow Problem in Asia, Incheon, South Korea, 2003, 70-86. (invited speech)
102. Wu, B.S., Ma, J.M., Zhang, B.S., and Ma, J.Y. Morphological Response to River Training in the Lower Yellow River. Proceedings of the First International Yellow River Forum on Basin Management, Zhengzhou, China, 2003, Vol. II, 381-391.
103. Wu, B.S. “Backwater Computation for Choked Flows through Bridge Contractions. Flood Defence ’2002: Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Flood Defence, Science Press New York Ltd., 2002, Vol. I, 470-468.
104. Wu, B.S. Limit Opening Ratio for Choking Flow Phenomenon. Advances in Hydraulics Engineering and Water Engineering: Proceedings of the 13th IAHR-APD Congress, World Scientific, Singapore, 2002, Vol. I, 126-130.
105. Wu, B.S. Aspects of Mekong Hydrological Modeling with Reference to the Experience in China. Proceedings of International Expert Meeting on Flood Forecasting for the Mekong River, Technical Support Division, Mekong River Commission Secretariat, Phnom Penh, Cambodia, 2002, 67-74.
106. Wu, B.S. Comparison of Fractional Sediment Transport Methods. XXIX IAHR Congress Proceedings, Theme D: Hydraulics of Rivers, Water Works and Machinery, Beijing, China, 2001, Vol. II, 336-342.
107. Molinas, A. and Wu, B.S. Non-equilibrium Sediment Transport Modeling of Sanmenxia Reservoir. Energy and Water: Sustainable Development, Proceedings of Theme D, the 27th Congress of International Association for Hydraulic Research, San Francisco, California, 1997, 126-131.
108. Wu, B.S. and Molinas, A. Modeling of Alluvial River Sediment Transport. Proceedings of the International Conference on Reservoir Sedimentation, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, 1996, 281-325.
109. Guo, J., Wu, B.S., and Molinas, A. Analytical Integration of Einstein’s Sediment Transport Integrals. Proceedings of the International Conference on Reservoir Sedimentation, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, 1996, 119-120.5.
110. Du, D., Wu, B.S., Zhu, H., and Nie, X. Study on the Optimal Operation Scheme of Sanmenxia Reservoir. Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on River Sedimentation, Germany, 1992.
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