Expertises

Hydrodynamique côtière et fluviale , Génie côtier , Hydraulique

Téléphone
418 654-3115

Courriel
jacob.stolle@ete.inrs.ca

Centre Eau Terre Environnement

490, rue de la Couronne
Québec (Québec)  G1K 9A9
CANADA

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Intérêts de recherche

Les travaux du professeur Jacob Stolle portent surtout sur la conception d’infrastructures résilientes dans les cas d’inondations côtières extrêmes, en particulier sur les charges de débris associées à ces événements.

Formation universitaire

  • B. Eng. Génie environnemental, University of Guelph
  • M. Applied Science Génie cotier, Université d’Ottawa
  • Ph. D. Génie civil – génie côtier, Université d’Ottawa

 

Biographie

Le professeur Jacob Stolle était auxiliaire d’enseignement aux cycles supérieurs à l’Université d’Ottawa où il a également été chargé de cours en mécanique des fluides avant de se joindre au Centre Eau Terre Environnement de l’INRS en janvier 2020.

Publications

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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