Two-Dimensional River Modeling of Buckhorn Creekby James C. Thompson, Texas A&M Univ, United States,
Wesley P. James, Texas A&M Univ, United States,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Hydraulic Engineering
Abstract: A two-dimensional Finite Element Surface Water Modeling System (FESWMS-2DH) was used to simulate flow at a bridge crossing of a heavily vegetated flood plain where State Highway 130 crosses Buckhorn Creek near Shiloh, Alabama. The flow field and water surface elevations near the bridge opening were of particular interest. Results of the two-dimensional analysis were compared to field observations and to the results of a one-dimensional analysis using the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers water surface profile program HEC-2.
Subject Headings: Two-dimensional models | Rivers and streams | Hydrologic models | Two-dimensional analysis | Two-dimensional flow | Finite element method | Flow profiles | Water flow | Terrain models | North America | Alabama | United States
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