Comparison of Flow Around Circular Cylinder Using FE and FD Procedures

Simulation of Three-Dimensional, Non-Hydrostatic Free-Surface Flows for Estuaries and Coastal Seas

Investigation into the Possibilities of Using Bristol Channel Models for Tidal Predictions

Effect of Divergent Flow on Mass Conservation in Eulerian-Lagrangian Transport Schemes

Animation Techniques for Visualizing Coastal Flow Dynamics

Field Data Collection and Analysis for Verification of Estuarine Models

Application of Vertical Turbulence Closure Schemes in the Chesapeake Bay Circulation Model — A Comparative Study

Optimal Fitting of a Model to Observations of Sediment Concentration in the Irish Sea

Shear Dispersion in the Benthic Boundary Layer

Application of Artificial Neural Networks to the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta

BAYMAP: A Simplified Embayment Flushing and Transport Model System

Flushing and Recharge of Inlet Channel for an Ephemeral Coastal River

Sediment Transport Mechanism Over Rippled Sand Beds

The Role of Macroflocs in Estuarine Sediment Dynamics and its Numerical Modeling

Transferable Discharge Permits as a Function of Fluctuating Stream Conditions

Reliability Analysis in Support of Risk Assessment for Non-Routine Closure/Shutdown of Hydroelectric Generating Stations

Application of One- and Two-Dimensional Flow Models for an Evaluation of Riverine Wetland Hydrologic Functions
Preservation and restoration of wetland habitats require maintaining a desirable hydrologic regime. The criteria for such a hydrologic regime are established based on marsh inundation...

Hydraulics of Subsurface Flow Constructed Wetlands
Resistance to flow through subsurface flow wetlands is described by Darcy's law or by Ergun's equation. Both representations are combined with the continuity...

An Extended Relaxation Technique for Unsteady Flows in Networks
A recent enhancement to the FLD WAY model is the addition of an extended relaxation technique for modeling unsteady flows in a dendritic (tree-type) network of channels with tributaries...

Depth-Averaged Equations for Free Surface Flows
Depth-Averaged equations for free surface flow are derived by applying fundamental physical principles of mass conservation, momentum and moment of momentum on a control volume from the...





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