Description and Evaluation of Program: CARIMA

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by Forrest M. Holly, Jr., Univ of Iowa, Iowa City, United States,
John B. Parrish, III, Univ of Iowa, Iowa City, United States,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Irrigation and Drainage:

Abstract: The CARIMA code simulates unsteady free-surface flow in simple or multiply connected systems of rivers or canals. The simulation uses the Preissmann implicit finite-difference method for solution of the complete de St. Venant equations and appropriate equations for hydraulic structures. Special features of the code include automatic topology recognition, a user interface for fully implicit incorporation of specialized supervisory and global control schemes, and the lack of any pre-set limits on network complexity or size of data tables.

Subject Headings: Flow simulation | River flow | Unsteady flow | Free flow | Water flow | Computer models | Streamflow | Standards and codes |

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