Session

11.09.2017     14:10–16:10

Title:
MS9
Mathematical and numerical advances in shallow water modeling • Part I
Type:
Ocean / estuarine / nearshore models
Room:

Shallow water models, and generalizations such as three-dimensional stratified models, are being applied to increasingly complex real world settings, from flow of water and air over complex terrain to simulation of debris flow, snow/avalanche modeling, tsunami modeling and ocean dynamics, and so on. Accurate, almost realtime simulations require advances in both model development and numerical accuracy, efficiency and robustness. This minisymposium aims to address the mathematical and numerical challenges for the simulation of shallow water type phenomena at different scales.

11.09.2017
14:10–16:10

Title:
MS9
Mathematical and numerical advances in shallow water modeling • Part I
Type:
Ocean / estuarine / nearshore models
Room:

Shallow water models, and generalizations such as three-dimensional stratified models, are being applied to increasingly complex real world settings, from flow of water and air over complex terrain to simulation of debris flow, snow/avalanche modeling, tsunami modeling and ocean dynamics, and so on. Accurate, almost realtime simulations require advances in both model development and numerical accuracy, efficiency and robustness. This minisymposium aims to address the mathematical and numerical challenges for the simulation of shallow water type phenomena at different scales.


14:10–14:30
O44 Solving depth averaged equations using parallel GeoClaw
Donna Calhoun (Boise/US)


14:30–14:50
O46 A new family of efficient semi-implicit discontinuous Galerkin finite element schemes on staggered grids for the shallow water and the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations
Michael Dumbser (Trento/IT)


14:50–15:10
O47 Efficient multi-layer shallow water models
José Garres Díaz (Sevilla/ES)


15:10–15:30
O48 Simulation of shallow-water flows on general terrain
Elena Bachini (Padova/IT)