Two-Dimensional Flow Modeling: Proceedings of the National U.S. Army Corps of Engineers-Sponsored Seminar on the Two-Dimensional Flow Modeling (1st), 7-9 July 1981,
HYDROLOGIC ENGINEERING CENTER DAVIS CA
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The objectives of the seminar were 1 to bring together developers, users, and potential users of two-dimensional mathematical models to develop a continuing dialogue concerning applications experience, problem identification, research goals, model evaluation, operational problems and model limitations 2 to make researchers working in the areas of riverine and flood plain simulation aware of recent advances in coastal and estuarine modeling and, 3 to examine mechanisms for transferring technology to field offices and field needs to research programs. The seminar emphasized two-dimensional homogeneous flows in the horizontal plane such as occur in rivers and well-mixed bays and estuaries. Papers focused on model application, features, performance and utility rather than recent research advances.
- Hydrology, Limnology and Potamology
- Fluid Mechanics