PSF-PM Verification of 3D Free Surface Flow Models

by Sam S. Y. Wang, Univ of Mississippi, University, United States,
F. Mauricio Toro-Botero, Univ of Mississippi, University, United States,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Hydraulic Engineering


This paper reports an application of the Prescribed Solution Forcing (PSF) and Physical Modeling (PM) to the development of a systematic procedure for the verification of three-dimensional free surface flow models. The Prescribed Solution Forcing was applied to verify the correctness of mathematical manipulations in formulating a solvable, discretizing model, algorithms and computer-program codings in obtaining solutions. The Physical Modeling in laboratories provides experimental measurements with adequate resolutions to verify the validity of computational model's capability in predicting observed physical phenomena. This combination gives a highly effective procedure for 3d free surface flow model verifications.

Subject Headings: Physical models | Three-dimensional models | Three-dimensional flow | Computer models | Verification | Free surfaces | Overland flow | Free flow

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