Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Elsevier oceanography series ;, 55|
|LC Classifications||QA911 .T36 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 434 p. :|
|Number of Pages||434|
|ISBN 10||0444987517, 0444416234|
|LC Control Number||93105692|
Search in this book series. Shallow Water Hydrodynamics Mathematical Theory and Numerical Solution for a Two-dimensional System of Shallow Water Equations. Edited by Tan Weiyan. Vol Pages ii-xii, () Download full volume. Previous volume. Next volume. Within this monograph a comprehensive and systematic knowledge on shallow-water hydrodynamics is presented. A two-dimensional system of shallow-water equations is analyzed, including the mathematical and mechanical backgrounds, the properties of the system and its solution. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. Shallow water hydrodynamics: mathematical theory and numerical solution for a two-dimensional system of shallow water equations by Tan, W. Y. (Wei-Yan), Pages: Shallow water hydrodynamics: mathematical theory and numerical solution for a two-dimensional system of shallow water equations. ISBN: Author: Tan Weiyan Publisher: Beijing: Water and power press, Description: XIV, p. Series: Elsevier oceanography series 55 Subject: Hydrodynamics. (source)lcsh Water waves Mathematical.
The extension of the theory for a two-dimensional double-body flow problem to a two-dimensional free surface problem with optional shallow-water effect introduces new features such as fully non-linear free-surface treatment, shallow-water treatment, and treatment of various element types in one program. This book includes the ten topical areas discussed at the symposium: wave-induced motions and loads, hydrodynamics in ship design, propulsor hydrodynamics and hydroacoustics, CFD validation, viscous ship hydrodynamics, cavitation and bubbly flow, wave hydrodynamics, wake dynamics, shallow water hydrodynamics, and fluid dynamics in the naval. C. B. Vreugdenhil: Numerical Methods for Shallow Water Flow, Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers () E. J. Kubatko: Development, Implementation, and Veri cation of hp-Discontinuous Galerkin Models for Shallow Water Hydrodynamics and Transport, Ph.D. Dissertation () S. B. Pope: Turbulent Flows, Cambridge University Press (). Flooding has become the most common environmental hazard, causing casualties and severe economic losses. Mathematical models are a useful tool for flood control, and current computational resources let us simulate flood events with two-dimensional (2D) approaches. An open question is whether bed erosion must be accounted for when it comes to simulating flood events.
This article onlyaddresses shallow water waves, where the depth of the water ismuch smaller than the wavelength of the disturbance of the freesurface. Weiyan T () Shallow water hydrodynamics: mathematical theory and numerical solution for two-dimensional systems of shallow water equations. Search within book. Type for suggestions. Shallow-water ship-waves are characterized both by their dispersive nature as well as by their nonlinear nature. A ship moving in a shallow-water channel can shed so-called solitary waves when its speed is near the critical speed defined by depth Froude number F nh = These solitary waves travel a bit faster in front of the ship and cause ship oscillations in the vertical plane. In this book an introduction is given to aspects of water waves that play a role in ship hydrodynamics and offshore engineering. At first the equations and linearized boundary conditions are derived describing the non-viscous free surface water waves, with special attention to the combination of steady and non-steady flow fields. Get this from a library! Shallow water hydrodynamics: mathematical theory and numerical solution for a two-dimensional system of shallow water equations. [W Y Tan] -- Within this monograph a comprehensive and systematic knowledge on shallow-water hydrodynamics is presented. A two-dimensional system of shallow-water equations is analyzed, including the mathematical.