Roham Bakhtyar
Roham Bakhtyar
Coastal/Hydraulic Scientist- USACE
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Effects of wave forcing on a subterranean estuary
P Xin, C Robinson, L Li, DA Barry, R Bakhtyar
Water Resources Research 46 (12), 2010
1562010
Modeling sediment transport in the swash zone: A review
R Bakhtyar, DA Barry, L Li, DS Jeng, A Yeganeh-Bakhtiary
Ocean Engineering 36 (9-10), 767-783, 2009
932009
Numerical simulation of two-phase flow for sediment transport in the inner-surf and swash zones
R Bakhtyar, DA Barry, A Yeganeh-Bakhtiary, L Li, JY Parlange, ...
Advances in water resources 33 (3), 277-290, 2010
572010
Numerical simulation of surf–swash zone motions and turbulent flow
R Bakhtyar, DA Barry, A Yeganeh-Bakhtiary, A Ghaheri
Advances in Water Resources 32 (2), 250-263, 2009
522009
Two-phase hydrodynamic and sediment transport modeling of wave-generated sheet flow
R Bakhtyar, A Yeganeh-Bakhtiary, DA Barry, A Ghaheri
Advances in Water Resources 32 (8), 1267-1283, 2009
512009
Transport of variable-density solute plumes in beach aquifers in response to oceanic forcing
R Bakhtyar, A Brovelli, DA Barry, C Robinson, L Li
Advances in Water Resources 53, 208-224, 2013
492013
Wave-induced water table fluctuations, sediment transport and beach profile change: Modeling and comparison with large-scale laboratory experiments
R Bakhtyar, A Brovelli, DA Barry, L Li
Coastal Engineering 58 (1), 103-118, 2011
482011
Direct effects of dominant winds on residence and travel times in the wide and open lacustrine embayment: Vidy Bay (Lake Geneva, Switzerland)
AM Razmi, DA Barry, U Lemmin, F Bonvin, T Kohn, R Bakhtyar
Aquatic sciences 76 (1), 59-71, 2014
362014
Application of neuro-fuzzy approach in prediction of runup in swash zone
R Bakhtyar, AY Bakhtiary, A Ghaheri
Applied Ocean Research 30 (1), 17-27, 2008
362008
Current variability in a wide and open lacustrine embayment in Lake Geneva (Switzerland)
AM Razmi, DA Barry, R Bakhtyar, N Le Dantec, A Dastgheib, U Lemmin, ...
Journal of Great Lakes Research 39 (3), 455-465, 2013
352013
Numerical experiments on interactions between wave motion and variable-density coastal aquifers
R Bakhtyar, DA Barry, A Brovelli
Coastal Engineering 60, 95-108, 2012
312012
Process-based model for nearshore hydrodynamics, sediment transport and morphological evolution in the surf and swash zones
R Bakhtyar, A Ghaheri, A Yeganeh-Bakhtiary, DA Barry
Applied Ocean Research 31 (1), 44-56, 2009
312009
Air–water two-phase flow modeling of turbulent surf and swash zone wave motions
R Bakhtyar, AM Razmi, DA Barry, A Yeganeh-Bakhtiary, QP Zou
Advances in Water Resources 33 (12), 1560-1574, 2010
302010
Longshore sediment transport estimation using a fuzzy inference system
R Bakhtyar, A Ghaheri, A Yeganeh-Bakhtiary, TE Baldock
Applied Ocean Research 30 (4), 273-286, 2008
292008
Experiments and numerical modeling of baffle configuration effects on the performance of sedimentation tanks
AM Razmi, R Bakhtyar, B Firoozabadi, DA Barry
Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering 40 (2), 140-150, 2013
202013
Combined particle swarm optimization and fuzzy inference system model for estimation of current-induced scour beneath marine pipelines
M Zanganeh, A Yeganeh-Bakhtiary, R Bakhtyar
Journal of Hydroinformatics 13 (3), 558-573, 2011
182011
Optimization of cascade stilling basins using GA and PSO approaches
R Bakhtyar, DA Barry
Journal of Hydroinformatics 11 (2), 119-132, 2009
162009
Euler—Euler Coupled Two-Phase Flow Modeling of Sheet Flow Sediment Motion in the Nearshore
R Bakhtyar, A Yeganeh-Bakhtiary, DA Barry, A Ghaheri
Journal of Coastal Research, 467-471, 2009
132009
Dynamic programming approach to optimal design of cascade stilling basins
R Bakhtyar, SJ Mousavi, A Afshar
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 133 (8), 949-954, 2007
102007
Numerical experiments on breaking waves on contrasting beaches using a two-phase flow approach
R Bakhtyar, DA Barry, CE Kees
Advances in water resources 48, 68-78, 2012
92012
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