By Philippe Gourbesville, Jean Cunge, Guy Caignaert
The ebook is a set of prolonged papers that have been chosen for presentation in the course of the SIMHYDRO 2012 convention held in Sophia Antipolis in September 2012. The papers current the cutting-edge numerical simulation in domain names resembling (1) New traits in modelling for marine, river & city hydraulics; (2) Stakeholders & practitioners of simulation; (3) 3D CFD & purposes. All papers were peer reviewed and via clinical committee individuals with file approximately caliber, content material and originality. the objective viewers for this e-book contains scientists, engineers and practitioners interested by the sphere of numerical modelling within the water area: flood administration, traditional assets renovation, hydraulic machineries, and innovation in numerical equipment, 3D advancements and purposes.
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Thus, starting from as polyvalent a reference model as possible—which in itself may give rise to a number of variants for specific studies—any ‘operational’ model is specialised to match the final requirements. The filiation with the reference model ensures that the operational model remains coherent with the concession holder’s obligations. 2 Adapting Model Types to Match Operational Requirements The various operational uses for the models all have differing requirements in terms of robustness and computational speed.
This method is rather qualitative and does not integer quantitative aspects. (3) Numerical modeling of runoff as a free surface flow is a practice often used at larger scale for flood risks assessment and might be applied for runoff over high-resolution topography studies. Indeed, gaining ground of standard numerical modeling tools use for surface runoff component modeling at high resolution is observed [2, 3]. At the same time, nowadays techniques for high-resolution topographical data gathering are becoming commonly used.