Session

14.09.2017     14:10–16:10

Title:
MS75
Physics-based rupture and tsunami simulation • Part II
Type:
Ocean / estuarine / nearshore models

Despite active research, the source mechanisms leading to recent tsunamogenic earthquakes and resulting devastating inundation events still raise a lot of questions. Effects of complex rupture mechanics on displacement of the ocean floor, or of hydrodynamic wave behavior during generation and propagation of atsunami remain challenges for physics-based earthquake and tsunami simulation. This minisymposium strives to review current development in this field - and brings together complex source modeling and coupled tsunami modeling. Algorithmic approaches and discretization methods for the complex multi-scale problems will be discussed, as well as results of large-scale simulations ofearthquakes and tsunamis.

14.09.2017
14:10–16:10

Title:
MS75
Physics-based rupture and tsunami simulation • Part II
Type:
Ocean / estuarine / nearshore models

Despite active research, the source mechanisms leading to recent tsunamogenic earthquakes and resulting devastating inundation events still raise a lot of questions. Effects of complex rupture mechanics on displacement of the ocean floor, or of hydrodynamic wave behavior during generation and propagation of atsunami remain challenges for physics-based earthquake and tsunami simulation. This minisymposium strives to review current development in this field - and brings together complex source modeling and coupled tsunami modeling. Algorithmic approaches and discretization methods for the complex multi-scale problems will be discussed, as well as results of large-scale simulations ofearthquakes and tsunamis.


14:10–14:30
O383 Numerical approximation of single faults with rate-and-state dependent friction
Joscha Podlesny (Berlin/DE)


14:30–14:50
O384 A new discontinuous Galerkin spectral element method for elastic waves with physically motivated numerical fluxes
Kenneth C. Duru (Munich/DE), Alice-Agnes Gabriel (Munich/DE)


14:50–15:10
O385 Adaptive simulation of the tsunami resulting from the 2004 Sumatra-Andaman earthquake - dynamic rupture vs. seismic inversion source model
Stefan Vater (Hamburg/DE)


15:10–15:30
O386 Robust adaptive simulations for the 2011 Tohoku tsunami
Luca Arpaia (Talence cedex/FR)


15:30–15:50
O387 Hydrostatic vs non-hydrostatic NLSW tsunami modeling.Some comments to the light of the numerical results
Jorge Macias (Málaga/ES)


15:50–16:10
O388 The impact of numerical schemes on time to solution in adaptive shallow water equations
Leonhard Rannabauer (Garching/DE)