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Michele Mossa

  • PhD
  • Professor of Hydraulics
  • Politecnico di Bari - DICATECh
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Research interests

Physical models in HydraulicsLaboratory experimentationTurbulent dispersionContamination transportMixingJetsTurbulenceWavesErosionRivers and streamMaritime HydraulicsEnvironmental HydraulicsFluid MechanicsHydraulics

About

The main topics of Michele Mossa’s research group are relevant with the Environmental and Maritime Hydraulics, examining the mechanisms of waves, sea currents, local erosion phenomena, buoyant and non-buoyant jets issued in steady or wave environment or in crossflow, also with macroroughness at the bottom (ripples or vegetation), channel flows and their local phenomena, such as hydraulic jumps. Further details are available on the web site www.michelemossa.it

Co-authors (85)

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Editorships

Heliyon

Editor

2016 - Present

Water

Editor

2016 - Present

Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Engineering and Computational Mechanics

Editor

2015 - Present

Scienze e Ricerche

Editor

2015 - Present

Publications

Enhancing the performance of hazard indexes in assessing hot spots of harbour areas by considering hydrodynamic parameters

  • Mali M
  • De Serio F
  • Dell'Anna M
Ecological Indicators (2017)
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Coastal observation through cosmo-skymed high-resolution SAR images

  • Bruno M
  • Molfetta M
  • Mossa M
Journal of Coastal Research (2016)
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Integration of multitemporal SAR/InSAR techniques and NWM for coastal structures monitoring: Outline of the software system and of an operational service with COSMO-SkyMed data

  • Bruno M
  • Molfetta M
  • Mossa M
EESMS 2016 - 2016 IEEE Workshop on Environmental, Energy, and Structural Monitoring Systems, Proceedings (2016)
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Micrometeorological simulations over a coastal area using CALMET model: Atmosphere monitoring

  • Di Bernardino A
  • De Serio F
  • Mossa M
EESMS 2016 - 2016 IEEE Workshop on Environmental, Energy, and Structural Monitoring Systems, Proceedings (2016)
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Semi enclosed basin monitoring and analysis of meteo, wave, tide and current data: Sea monitoring

  • Armenio E
  • Ben Meftah M
  • Bruno M
EESMS 2016 - 2016 IEEE Workshop on Environmental, Energy, and Structural Monitoring Systems, Proceedings (2016)
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Professional experience

Professor of Hydraulics

Politecnico di Bari - DICATECh

November 1999 - Present