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Jacob Stolle

Areas of expertise

Coastal and fluvial hydrodynamics , Coastal engineering , Hydraulics

Eau Terre Environnement Research Centre

490 de la Couronne Street
Québec City, Quebec  G1K 9A9

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Research interests

Professor Stolle is particularly interested in the resilience of coastal and riverside communities to flooding and erosion. Coastal and fluvial environments perform a range of important functions, including flood protection and coastal stabilization. They also have recreational, environmental, and economic value. With climate change and urbanization, these environments are increasingly threatened.

The main goal of his research program is to understand the constraints on coastal and fluvial environments and how these environments operate as a result of human interventions designed to protect local communities.

Currently, his main research areas are:

Axis 1: Protection against floods and erosion offered by natural environments

Axis 2: Design of infrastructure that is resilient to floods and climate change events

Axis 3: Movement and transport of solid objects during flood events


April-LeQuéré, Philippe, Nistor, Ioan, Mohammadian, Abdolmajid, Schimmels, Stefan, Schendel, Alexander, Goseberg, Nils, Welzel, Mario, Krautwald, Clemens & Stolle, Jacob (2022). Hydrodynamics and associated scour around a free-standing structure due to turbulent bores. Journal of Waterway, Port, Coastal, and Ocean Engineering, 148 (5) .
DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)WW.1943-5460.0000717

von Häfen, Hajo, Krautwald, Clemens, Stolle, Jacob, Bung, Daniel B. & Goseberg, Nils (2022). Overland flow of broken solitary waves over a two-dimensional coastal plane. Coastal Engineering, 175: Art. 104125.
DOI: 10.1016/j.coastaleng.2022.104125

Xiong, Yan, Liang, Qiuhua, Zheng, Jinhai, Stolle, Jacob, Nistor, Ioan & Wang, Gang (2022). A fully coupled hydrodynamic-DEM model for simulating debris dynamics and impact forces. Ocean Engineering, 255: Art. 111468.
DOI: 10.1016/j.oceaneng.2022.111468

Ishii, Hidenori, Takabatake, Tomoyuki, Esteban, Miguel, Stolle, Jacob & Shibayama, Tomoya (2021). Experimental and numerical investigation on tsunami run-up flow around coastal buildings. Coastal Engineering Journal, 63 (4): 485-503.
DOI: 10.1080/21664250.2021.1949920

Krautwald, Clemens, Stolle, Jacob, Robertson, Ian, Achiari, Hendra, Mikami, Takahito, Nakamura, Ryota, Takabatake, Tomoyuki, Nishida, Yuta, Shibayama, Tomoya, Esteban, Miguel, Goseberg, Nils & Nistor, Ioan (2021). Engineering lessons from September 28, 2018 Indonesian tsunami: Scouring mechanisms and effects on infrastructure. Journal of Waterway, Port, Coastal, and Ocean Engineering, 147 (2): Art. 04020056.
DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)WW.1943-5460.0000620

Ruffini, Gioele, Briganti, Riccardo, De Girolamo, Paolo, Stolle, Jacob, Ghiassi, Bahman & Castellino, Myrta (2021). Numerical Modelling of Flow-Debris Interaction during Extreme Hydrodynamic Events with DualSPHysics-CHRONO. Applied Sciences, 11 (8): Art. 3618.
DOI: 10.3390/app11083618

Takabatake, Tomoyuki, Stolle, Jacob, Hiraishi, Koji, Kihara, Naoto, Nojima, Kazuya, Shigihara, Yoshinori, Arikawa, Taro & Nistor, Ioan (2021). Inter-model comparison for tsunami debris simulation. Journal of Disaster Research, 16 (7): 1030-1044.
DOI: 10.20965/jdr.2021.p1030

von Haefen, Hajo, Stolle, Jacob, Nistor, Ioan & Goseberg, Nils (2021). Side-by-side entrainment and displacement of cuboids due to a tsunami-like wave. Coastal Engineering, 164: Art. 103819.
DOI: 10.1016/j.coastaleng.2020.103819

Aranguiz, Rafael; Esteban, Miguel; Takagi, Hiroshi; Mikami, Takahito; Takabatake, Tomoyuki; Gomez, Matias; Gonzalez, Juan; Shibayama, Tomoya; Okuwaki, Ryo; Yagih, Yuji; Shinnizu, Kousuke; Achiari, Hendra; Stolle, Jacob; Robertson, Ian; Ohira, Koichiro; Nakamura, Ryota; Nishida, Yuta; Krautwald, Clemens; Goseberg, Nils & Nistor, Ioan (2020). The 2018 Sulawesi tsunami in Palu city as a result of several landslides and coseismic tsunamis. Coastal Eng. J., 62 (4): 445-459.
DOI: 10.1080/21664250.2020.1780719

Hamano, Go; Ishii, Hidenori; Limura, Kotaro; Takabatake, Tomoyuki; Stolle, Jacob; Esteban, Miguel & Shibayama, Tomoya (2020). Evaluation of force exerted by tetrapods displaced by tsunami on caisson breakwater return wall. Coastal Eng. J., 62 (2): 170-181.
DOI: 10.1080/21664250.2020.1723194

Korte, Sophia; Gieschen, Rebekka; Stolle, Jacob & Goseberg, Nils (2020). Physical modelling of Arctic coastlines – Progress and limitations. Water, 12 (8): Art. 2254.

Stolle, Jacob; Nistor, Ioan; Goseberg, Nils & Petriu, Emil (2020). Development of a probabilistic framework for debris transport and hazard assessment in tsunami-like flow conditions. J. Waterw. Port C. Ocean Eng., 146 (5): Art. 04020026.
DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)WW.1943-5460.0000584

Ghodoosipour, B, J Stolle, I Nistor, A Mohammadian, N Goseberg (2019). Experimental study on extreme hydrodynamic loading on pipelines part 1: Flow hydrodynamics. Journal of Marine Science and Engineering, 7 (8): 251.

Ghodoosipour, B, J Stolle, I Nistor, A Mohammadian, N Goseberg (2019). Experimental study on extreme hydrodynamic loading on pipelines part 2: Induced force analysis. Journal of Marine Science and Engineering, 7 (8): 262.

Stolle, J, B Ghodoosipour, C Derschum, I Nistor, E Petriu, N Goseberg (2019). Swing gate generated dam-break waves. Journal of Hydraulic Research, 57 (5): 675-687.

Stolle, J, C Krautwald, I Robertson, H Achiari, T Mikami, R Nakamura, T Takabatake, Y Nishida, T Shibayama, M Esteban, I Nistor, N Goseberg (2019). Engineering lessons from the 28 September 2018 Indonesian tsunami: debris loading. Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering, 47 (999): 1-12.

Stolle, J, I Nistor, N Goseberg, E Petriu (2019). Multiple debris impact loads in extreme hydrodynamic conditions. Journal of Waterway, Port, Coastal, and Ocean Engineering, 146 (2): 04019038.

Stolle, J, I Nistor, N Goseberg, E Petriu (2019). Probabilistic analysis of debris Ttransport in tsunami-like events. Coastal Structures, 2019: 496-505.

Stolle, J, N Goseberg, I Nistor, E Petriu (2019). Debris impact forces on flexible structures in extreme hydrodynamic conditions. Journal of Fluids and Structures, 84: 391-407.

Stolle, J, T Takabatake, G Hamano, H Ishii, K Iimura, T Shibayama, I Nistor, N Goseberg, E Petriu (2019). Debris transport over a sloped surface in tsunami-like flow conditions. Coastal Engineering Journal, 61 (2): 241-255.

Takabatake, T, P St-Germain, I Nistor, J Stolle, T Shibayama (2019). Numerical modelling of coastal inundation from Cascadia Subduction Zone tsunamis and implications for coastal communities on western Vancouver Island, Canada, Natural Hazards, 1-25.

von Häfen, H, N Goseberg, J Stolle, I Nistor (2019). Gate-opening criteria for generating dam-break waves. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, 145 (3): 04019002.

Derschum, C, I Nistor, J Stolle, N Goseberg (2018). Debris impact under extreme hydrodynamic conditions part 1: Hydrodynamics and impact geometry. Coastal Engineering, 141: 24-35.

Ghodoosipour, B, J Stolle, I Nistor, M Mohammadian, AR Simpalean (2018). Loading on pipelines due to extreme hydrodynamic conditions. Coastal Engineering Proceedings, 1 (36): 4.

Goseberg, N, J Stolle, I Nistor (2018). Multiple impacts of debris on a vertical obstacle. Coastal Engineering Proceedings, 1 (36): 22.

Nishizaki, S, R Nakamura, T Shibayama, J Stolle (2018). Future wave projection during the typhoon and winter storm season. Coastal Engineering Proceedings, 1 (36): 17.

Nistor, I, N Goseberg, J Stolle, T Shibayama, T Mikami (2018). Coastal flooding-induced debris motion. Coastal Engineering Proceedings, 1 (36): 41.

Stolle, J, C Derschum, N Goseberg, I Nistor, E Petriu (2018). Debris impact under extreme hydrodynamic conditions part 2: Impact force responses for non-rigid debris collisions. Coastal Engineering, 141: 107-118.

Stolle, J, I Nistor, N Goseberg, E Petriu (2018). Probabilistic investigation of debris impact velocities during extreme flooding events. Coastal Engineering Proceedings, 1 (36): 48.

Stolle, J, T Takabatake, I Nistor, T Mikami, S Nishizaki, G Hamano, H Ishii, T Shibayama, N Goseberg, E Petriu (2018). Experimental investigation of debris damming loads under transient supercritical flow conditions. Coastal Engineering, 139: 16-31.

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