Original Papers- HASHIMOTO Masakazu -
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[2018]
1.Morphological variations with sinuosity in sine-generated meandering channels with and without groynes.[Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineering, Ser. B1 (Hydraulic Engineering),74(5),(2018),I_967-I_972]Saroj KARKI, Hajime NAKAGAWA, Kenji KAWAIKE, Masakazu HASHIMOTO, Yuji HASEGAWA
2.Experimental study on the performance of slope-crested groynes in erodible meandering channels of different sinuosity.[Japan Society for Natural Disaster Science Special Issue,37,(2018),93-105]Saroj KARKI, Hajime NAKAGAWA, Kenji KAWAIKE, Masakazu HASHIMOTO
3.Flood and substance transport analysis using satellite elevation data: A case study in Dhaka City, Bangladesh.[Journal of Disaster Research,13(5),(2018),967-977]Masakazu Hashimoto, Nozomu Yoneyama, Kenji Kawaike, Tomonori Deguchi, Mohammed Abed Hossain, Hajime Nakagawa
10.20965/jdr.2018.p0967
4.Short-term evolution of flow & morphology in an erodible meandering channel with & without groynes.[Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. B1 (Hydraulic Engineering),62(4),(2018),I_1147-I_1152]Saroj KARKI, Yuji HASEGAWA, Masakazu HASHIMOTO, Hajime NAKAGAWA,Kenji KAWAIKE
[2017]
5.Flash flood inundation analysis considering the estimated riverbed in ungauged basin.[Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. B1 (Hydraulic Engineering),61(4),(2017),I_1393-I_1398]Masakazu HASHIMOTO, Kenji KAWAIKE, Yuji HASEGAWA, Tomonori DEGUCHI, Hajime NAKAGAWA
10.2208/jscejhe.73.I_1393
6.Experimental investigation on opening size of tidal basin management: a case study in southwestern Bangladesh.[Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. B1 (Hydraulic Engineering),61(4),(2017),I_781-I_786]Rocky TALCHABHADEL, Hajime NAKAGAWA, Kenji KAWAIKE, Masakazu HASHIMOTO, Nassim SAHBOUN
10.2208/jscejhe.73.I_781
[2016]
7.Assessing the pollutant spreading using a flood simulation model in Dhaka City, Bangladesh.[Proc. of the 20th Congress of the APD IAHR,(2016)]Hashimoto, Masakazu, Kawaike, Kenji, Nakagawa, Hajime, Yoneyama, Nozomu
8.Application of a nested approach to a flooding simulation using unstructured grids.[Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. B1 (Hydraulic Engineering),72(4),(2016),I_319-I_324]Masakazu HASHIMOTO,Kenji KAWAIKE, Hajime NAKAGAWA
10.2208/jscejhe.72.I_319
[2015]
9.Application of a nested approach to a flooding simulation with dry bed.[Annual journal of Hydraulic Engineering, JSCE,71(4),(2015),I_1459-I_1464]Masakazu HASHIMOTO,Kenji KAWAIKE, Hajime NAKAGAWA, Hao ZHANG
[2014]
10.Assessing the relationship between inundation and diarrhoeal cases by flood simulations in low-income communities of Dhaka City, Bangladesh.[Hydrological Research Letters,8(3),(2014),96-102]Masakazu HASHIMOTO, Tadashi SUETSUGI, Yutaka ICHIKAWA, Kengo SUNADA, Kei NISHIDA, Naoki KONDO, Hiroshi ISHIDAIRA
10.3178/hrl.8.96
[2013]
11.Lessons Learned from Review of Flood Disasters Occurred in the 2000s.[Water Science,57(2),(2013),36-48]Tadashi SUETSUGI, Masakazu HASHIMOTO
10.20820/suirikagaku.57.2_36
12.Estimation of diarrhoea incidence through flooding simulation in low-income community areas in Dhaka City, Bangladesh.[Southeast Asian Water Environment,5,(2013),67-73]Masakazu HASHIMOTO, Tadashi SUETSUGI, Yutaka ICHIKAWA, Kengo SUNADA, Kei NISHIDA, Naoki KONDO, Hiroshi ISHIDAIRA
[2012]
13.Study on sensitivity analysis of main factors for inundation in Dhaka city, Bangladesh.[Advances in river engineering, JSCE,18,(2012),487-492]Masakazu HASHIMOTO, Tadashi SUETSUGI, Kengo SUNADA, Yutaka ICHIKAWA, Naoki KONDO, Kei NISHIDA
[2011]
14.Social Impacts and Countermeasures of Power Failure in Case of Disaster.[Water Science,55(5),(2011),104-113]SUETSUGI Tadashi, HASHIMOTO Masakazu
10.20820/suirikagaku.55.5_104
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