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Title: Two-equation, depth-integrated turbulence closure for modeling geometry-dominated flows
Authors: Chapman, Raymond S.
Keywords: Water quality--Mathematical models
Hydrodynamics--Mathematical models
Publisher: Environmental Laboratory (U.S.)
Series/Report no.: Miscellaneous Paper;EL-83-3
Abstract: Abstract: The·state-of-the-art of near field hydrodynamic modeling has recently evolved to a point where the use of simple eddy viscosity/diffusivity closure models may no longer be satisfactory. In this report, a new and much improved method for addressing the turbulent transport mechanism in depth-integrated hydrodynamic models is presented. In addition, results of steady-state model simulations utilizing k-ε closure are presented along with specific recommendations for future model improvement.
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