Two-Dimensional Turbulent Flow Simulation,
CALIFORNIA UNIV DAVIS DEPT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
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Nearly all practical hydrologic flow problems are turbulent and, strictly speaking, three-dimensional. However, it is often an acceptable approximation for any of a variety of reasons preliminary investigation limits on expense, time or computing ability prior knowledge etc. to reduce the dimensionality andor the complexity of the flow representation. This article addresses the question of representing hydrologic flows as two-dimensional flows involving significant turbulent flow processes.