Session

11.09.2017     10:00–12:00

Title:
MS2
Development and application of numerical algorithms for lake, coastal, ocean flows
Type:
Ocean / estuarine / nearshore models
Room:

There is an urgent need to develop new algorithms for simulations of emerging coastal ocean flow problems. These problems are multiscale and multiphysics in general, and their simulations with desired accuracy are beyond the capabilities of existing methods and software packages. This minisymposium reports recent development in numerical of such problems including high-fidelity simulation of multiscale flows, storm surge and floods, water quality, and …….. The session welcomes researchers from related areas and will provide a platform for them to exchange ideas and discuss about encountered difficulties, possible approaches, and future directions.

11.09.2017
10:00–12:00

Title:
MS2
Development and application of numerical algorithms for lake, coastal, ocean flows
Type:
Ocean / estuarine / nearshore models
Room:

There is an urgent need to develop new algorithms for simulations of emerging coastal ocean flow problems. These problems are multiscale and multiphysics in general, and their simulations with desired accuracy are beyond the capabilities of existing methods and software packages. This minisymposium reports recent development in numerical of such problems including high-fidelity simulation of multiscale flows, storm surge and floods, water quality, and …….. The session welcomes researchers from related areas and will provide a platform for them to exchange ideas and discuss about encountered difficulties, possible approaches, and future directions.


10:00–10:20
O7 Validation of the General Curvilinear Coastal Ocean Model (GCCOM) for the case of 3D non-hydrostatic stratified flow
Mariangel Garcia (San Diego/US)


10:20–10:40
O8 Towards high-fidelity simulation of small-scale coastal ocean flows by model coupling approach
Hansong Tang (New York/US)


10:40–11:00
O9 A new D-Flow FM (Flexible Mesh) type of shallow water model for Lake Marken for forecasting and impact assessments of different societal aspects.
Menno Genseberger (Delft/NL)


11:00–11:20
O10 The simulation of the hydrodynamics of the Upper Gulf of California
Isabel Ramirez (Ensenada/MX)


11:20–11:40
O11 Boundary layers for the 3D primitive equations in a cube
Chang-Yeol Jung (Ulsan/KR)


11:40–12:00
O12 Modeling and stochastic parametrization of wave breaking data
Juan Restrepo (Corvallis/US)