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Dr.-Ing. Markus Reisenbüchler

Technische Universität München

Projects and research activities

Jan. 2018 - today:

VieWBay: Coupling and of hydrology and hydromorphodynamics in large scales - an approach for whole Bavaria. 

Jan. 2019 - Dec. 2019:

DAAD-IKYDA: NEREID - Development and application of an integrated mathematical model for reservoir sediment management

Jan. 2017 - Nov. 2019:

EU Interreg Project: DanubeSediment - Restoration of the sediment balance in the Danube river

Jan. 2016 - Dec. 2017 and Jan. 2018 - Jun. 2019:

2D-hydromorphological modelling at the Saalach River (WWA-Traunstein, Salzburg AG)

 

Teaching

Numerical Hydromorphological Modeling

Lecturer (assistant)
Number0000005555
TypeSeminar
Duration2 SWS
TermSommersemester 2021
Language of instructionEnglish
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DatesSee TUMonline

Dates

Admission information

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Objectives

To create and calibrate a numerical sediment transport model. To evaluate and analyze the model performance.

Description

The goal of the course is to learn the development and applications of numerical hydromorphological models. In small groups, the students have to develop and calibrate a hydromorphological model based on physical experiments. Each group will work on their individual experiment. Close guidance by the lecturer will be offered as well as discussions with other groups. The experiments cover the following basic morphological processes: - Erosion and riverbed armoring - Sedimentation - Grain sorting in curves After a general introduction to numerical morphological modelling and the applied software, the necessary steps to develop a model are lectured. Also methods to pre and post process data and simulation results are explained.

Prerequisites

Basic knowledge of hydromorphological processes.

Teaching and learning methods

In the seminar the topics of numerical sediment modelling are explained and challenges discussed. In small groups, the students set up their own model with an examplary case. The progress and the results in each group are discussed interactively.

Examination

A report and presentation on the project work

Recommended literature

Wu, W.: Computational River Dynamics https://www.crcpress.com/Computational-River-Dynamics/Wu/p/book/9780415449601 Hervouet, J.-M.: Hydrodynamics of Free Surface Flows: Modelling with the finite element method DOI:10.1002/9780470319628 User Manual TELEMAC-MASCARET http://www.opentelemac.org/

Links

Publications

  • Reisenbüchler, M.; Bui, M.D.; Rutschmann, P. Reservoir Sediment Management Using Artificial Neural Networks: A Case Study of the Lower Section of the Alpine Saalach River. Water 202113, 818. https://doi.org/10.3390/w13060818
  • Reisenbüchler, M (2020): Rolling stones - Modelling sediment in gravel bed rivers. Dissertation, TUM (https://mediatum.ub.tum.de/?id=1547630)
  • Reisenbüchler, M; Skiba, H; Schwaller, G. Außendorf, M. DanubeSediment: Wie steht es um den Sedimenthaushalt der Donau? Korrespondenz Wasserwirtschaft 2020 https://doi.org/10.3243/kwe2020.12.004 
  • Reisenbüchler, M.; Bui, M.D.; Skublics, D.; Rutschmann, P. Sediment Management at Run-of-River Reservoirs Using Numerical Modelling. Water 202012, 249. https://doi.org/10.3390/w12010249
  • Reisenbüchler, M.; Bui, M.D.; Skublics, D.; Rutschmann, P. Enhancement of a numerical model system for reliably predicting morphological development in the Saalach River. International Journal of River Basin Management 2020 https://doi.org/10.1080/15715124.2019.1628034
  • Kaveh, K.; Reisenbüchler, M.; Lamichhane, S.; Liepert, T.; Nguyen, N.D.; Bui, M.D.; Rutschmann, P. A Comparative Study of Comprehensive Modeling Systems for Sediment Transport in a Curved Open Channel. Water 201911, 1779. https://doi.org/10.3390/w11091779 
  • Reisenbüchler, M.; Bui, M.D.; Skublics, D.; Rutschmann, P.  An integrated approach for investigating the correlation between floods and river morphology: A case study of the Saalach River, Germany. Science of The Total Environment 2019 Vol. 647, p: 814-826. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.08.018 
  • Reisenbüchler, M.; Liepert, T.; Nguyen N.D.; Bui M.D.; Rutschmann, P. Prelimirary study on a Bavaria-wide coupled hydrological and hydromorphological model. Proc. of the 32nd EnviroInfo conference, Garching, Germany, 2018 p:145-148 (http://doi.org/10.2370/9783844061383)
  • Reisenbüchler, M.; Nguyen N.D.; Liepert, T.; Bui, M.D.; Rutschmann, P. TELEMAC - A hydrodynamic solver for HPC? InSiDE Magazine Spring 2018, 2018, Vol. 16, p 95:97 (http://inside.hlrs.de/assets/pdfs/inside_spring18.pdf)
  • Reisenbüchler, M.; Bui, M.D.; Skublics, D.; Rutschmann, P. Implementing the concept of sediment balance for reliable predicting future river development and management: A hydro-morphological study in the Saalach River. Proc. of the 5th IAHR Europe Congress - New Challenges in Hydraulic Research and Engineering, Trento, Italy, 2018 p: 541-542. (download)
  • Reisenbüchler, M.; Bui, M.D.; Skublics, D.; Rutschmann, P. Hydromorphological effects of an open stone ramp on flood events in the Saalach River. Book of Abstracts of the International symposium on the effects of global change on floods, fluvial  geomorphology and related hazards in mountainous rivers, Potsdam, Germany, 2017 p: 46-47. (download)
  • Reisenbüchler, M.; Bui, M.D.; Rutschmann, P. Implementation of a new Layer-Subroutine for fractional sediment transport in SISYPHE. Proceedings of the XXIIIrd Telemac-Mascaret User Conference, Paris, France, 2016 p: 215-220. (download)

Education

  • 03/2016 - 10/2020: PhD-study at the Chair of Hydraulic and Water Resources Engineering, TUM
  • 10/2013 - 03/2016: M.Sc. Environmental Engineering, Technische Universität München
    • Master's Thesis: The influence of an open stone ramp on flood events in the Saalach river
  • 10/2010 - 09/2013: B.Sc. Environmental Engineering, Technische Universität München
    • Bachelor's Thesis: Hochwasserbasisstudie an der Glonn in Allershausen (WWA-München)

 

Supervised Theses and Study Projects

Master's Thesis:

  • Untersuchungen zur Hydromorphologie großer Gletscherflüsse - Am Beispiel des Katuns
  • Implementierung des Sedimenttransportes über Wehre in TELEMAC-MASCARET
  • Analyse der hydromorphologischen Veränderung der bayerischen Donau der letzten 200 Jahre
  • Entwicklung einer Methode zur automatischen Bestimmung der Sohlrauheit für hydraulische Simulationen mit TELEMAC-2D
  • Analysis of numerical modelling results using ANN
  • Langzeitsimulation des Geschiebetransports: Parameterstudie zur Rechenzeitoptimierung am Beispiel der Unteren Salzach 
  • Comparison of two hydromorphological softwares - Hydro_AS and Telemac

Study Project:

  • Analysis of the inflow velocity field of power plants with a 2D numerical model
  • Literature Review (IKYDA-NEREID) Different Models in the Scientific Hydraulic Work & The Influence of Climate Change on Sediments and Reservoir Management
  • Hydromorphologische Modellierung an der Isar zwischen Lenggries und Bad Tölz

Bachelor's Thesis:

  • Rekonstruktion von Schwebstoffdaten mittels Künstlicher Intelligenz: Künstliche Neuronale Netze und Suchverfahren
  • Erstellung eines 1D Modells der Deutschen Donau (engl.: 1D HEC-RAS Modell of German Danube)
  • Literaturstudie zum Einfluss der Sohlporosität auf den Geschiebetransport (engl.: Literaturestudy about the effect of soil porosity on sedimenttransport)
  • Der Einfluss von Buhnen auf Stauraumspülungen in der Saalach
  • Effiziente Modellierung von Sohlenbauwerken in Telemac2D - Die Saalach von Kiblingersperre bis Zollhauswehr (engl.: Efficient modeling of riverbed buildings in Telemac2D - The river Saalach from the Dam Kibling to the Zollhaus Weir)