Modeling Software

Modeling Software

By: Jean-Michel Tanguy (editor)Hardback

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Description

This series of five volumes proposes an integrated description of physical processes modeling used by scientific disciplines from meteorology to coastal morphodynamics. Volume 1 describes the physical processes and identifies the main measurement devices used to measure the main parameters that are indispensable to implement all these simulation tools. Volume 2 presents the different theories in an integrated approach: mathematical models as well as conceptual models, used by all disciplines to represent these processes. Volume 3 identifies the main numerical methods used in all these scientific fields to translate mathematical models into numerical tools. Volume 4 is composed of a series of case studies, dedicated to practical applications of these tools in engineering problems. To complete this presentation, volume 5 identifies and describes the modeling software in each discipline.

About Author

Jean-Michel Tanguy is a French civil engineer who passed a master degree in Ice Hydraulics and a PhD in River Sediment Transport Modelling at Laval University, Quebec.

Contents

Introduction xv PART 1. 3D MODELS 1 Chapter 1. Non-Linear Waves With REFLUX 3D 3 Philippe SERGENT 1.1. Context 3 1.2. Data required for implementation 13 1.3. Specific numerical methods 14 1.4. Modeling options 17 1.5. Results output by the code, and operation 21 1.6. Examples of models 25 1.7. Bibliography 25 Chapter 2. Current Modeling with TELEMAC3D 29 Jacques CHORDA and Marie-Madeleine MAUBOURGUET 2.1. TELEMAC3D: 3D hydrodynamics at a free surface 29 2.2. Equations used in TELEMAC3D 30 2.3. Choices of 3D mesh 31 2.4. Specific features 31 2.5. Simple transition from TELEMAC2D to TELEMAC3D 32 2.6. Application example 32 2.7. Bibliography 34 Chapter 3. Atmospheric Modeling 35 Jean PAILLEUX 3.1. The rise of modeling as a tool in meteorology 35 3.2. Operational weather forecasting models 36 3.3. Towards kilometer-scale numerical forecasting - the AROME model 40 3.4. Bibliography 43 Chapter 4. Groundwater Flow Modeling in Porous Media Using MARTHE 45 Dominique THIERY 4.1. Application area 45 4.2. References 46 4.3. Technical features 47 4.4. Structure of the code 49 4.5. WinMarthe preprocessor 51 4.6. Simulation of the migration of a pollution plume 54 4.7. Complex hydrogeological configurations 56 4.8. Biphasic simulation of saline intrusion 59 4.9. Infiltration of imiscible TCE (tetracholoethylene) into heterogenous sand initially saturated with water 60 4.10. Biphasic simulation of water injected at four points into an aquifier initially saturated with oil 60 4.11. Biphasic simulation of methane storage in an aquifer 60 PART 2. 2D MODELS 63 Chapter 5. Meteorology and Hydrology 65 Florence HABETS 5.1. Bibliography 69 Chapter 6. Hydrological Modeling with MARINE 71 Marie-Madeleine MAUBOURGUET 6.1. General description of MARINE 71 6.2. Description of pre-processing 72 6.3. Description of the hydrological module 73 6.4. Description of river transport 78 6.5. Application examples 78 6.6. Bibliography 80 Chapter 7. Distributed Hydrological Modeling - the ATHYS Platform 83 Christophe BOUVIER, Anne CRESPY, Agnes L'AOUR-DUFOUR, Francois Noel CRES, Francois DESCLAUX and Arthur MARCHANDISE 7.1. General description of ATHYS 83 7.2. Pre-processing phase 84 7.3. Description hydrological models 86 7.4. Description of post-processing 92 7.5. Applications 93 7.6. Conclusions and future directions 99 7.7. Bibliography 100 Chapter 8. Operational Applications of the LARSIM Model for Flood Forecasting 101 Norbert DEMUTH 8.1. The problem 101 8.2. Structure of the LARSIM model 101 8.3. Operational mode - summary 102 8.4. Quality control and validation of input data 103 8.5. Spatial interpolation of rainfall data 105 8.6. Launching a forecasting simulation 105 8.7. Analysis of results, and experiments performed by the flood prediction services 105 8.8. Bibliography 107 Chapter 9. Real-Time Runoff - Infiltration Models: TOPMODEL 109 Georges-Marie SAULNIER 9.1. Introduction 109 9.2. TOPMODEL philosophy 110 9.3. Advantages of TOPMODEL 113 9.4. Forcing and predicted variables in TOPMODEL 113 9.5. Analytical basis 116 9.6. Bibliography 117 Chapter 10. Currents with TELEMAC2D 119 Marie-Madeleine MAUBOURGUET and Jacques CHORDA 10.1. TELEMAC2D: hydrodynamics and the environment 119 10.2. The TELEMAC system 120 10.3. Original features and customizable code 121 10.4. TELEMAC as a training tool for hydraulic engineers 122 10.5. Bibliography 126 Chapter 11. 2D Model of Sediment Transport with RUBAR 20TS 129 Andre PAQUIER 11.1. Description of the 2D RUBAR 20TS model 129 11.2. Bibliography 138 Chapter 12. NAVMER: Ship Trajectory Simulator 139 Yann HOLLOCOU 12.1. The simulator 139 12.2. Simulations of a passenger vessel on the Seine 140 12.3. Sixth crossing on the Seine 141 12.4. Le Havre Port 2000: navigability of outer reaches 145 12.5. Port of Nice 146 12.6. Outlook 153 PART 3. 1D MODELS 155 Chapter 13. Waves Using VAG 157 Philippe SERGENT 13.1. Context 157 13.2. Results from the operational code 162 13.3. Examples of models 163 13.4. Bibliography 163 Chapter 14. Real Time Discharge-Discharge Models with SOPHIE 165 Marie-Pierre NERARD 14.1. Discharge-discharge relationships 166 14.2. Rainfall-runoff models 170 14.3. Other models 172 14.4. Which model to use? 174 Chapter 15. 1D Flow Models: Comparing MASCARET and RUBAR 3 177 Andre PAQUIER, Patrick CHASSE, Nicole GOUTAL and Amelie BESNARD 15.1. Analysis of Saint-Venant equations for transcritical flows 177 15.2. Numerical solution of sub-critical and super-critical regimes for the 1D Saint-Venant equations: examples of the RUBAR 3 and MASCARET computer codes 184 15.3. Example calculation: propagation of the dam-break wave for the Malpasset barrage 194 15.4. Bibliography 198 Chapter 16. 1D Compartment Flow Models 201 Jean-Baptiste FAURE and Andre PAQUIER 16.1. Context 201 16.2. Modeling options 202 16.3. Data required for implementation 203 16.4. Specific numerical methods 205 16.5. Code output and analysis 206 16.6. Examples of models 206 Chapter 17. CANOE: an Urban Hydrology Software Package 209 Bernard CHOCAT 17.1. Origin 209 17.2. General description 209 17.3. Structural data management (project) 211 17.4. Management of structure catalog (transport) 212 17.5. Management of hydrometric data (rainfall) 213 17.6. Hydrological and hydraulic simulation 213 17.7. Water quality simulation 215 17.8. Project assistant 216 17.9. CANOE-GIS 217 17.10. Examples of pre-and post-processing workflows 217 Chapter 18. Water Quality with ProSe 219 Patrick GOBLET and Stephanie EVEN 18.1. Hydrodynamic model 219 18.2. Transport model 220 18.3. Sediment exchange 220 18.4. Biochemical model 222 18.5. Bibliography 224 Chapter 19. Substance Transport 227 Jean-Baptiste FAURE 19.1. Context 227 19.2. Modeling options 228 19.3. Data required for implementation 229 19.4. Specific numerical methods 230 19.5. Results from the code, and analysis of results 232 19.6. Bibliography 232 Chapter 20. 1D Sediment Transport with RUBARBE and TSAR 233 Andre PAQUIER 20.1. RUBARBE code 233 20.2. Sediment description for the river bed 235 20.3. Method of solution 236 20.4. Sedimentary balance within a mesh cell 236 20.5. Shear stress calculation 238 20.6. The TSAR code 240 20.7. Bibliography 243 Chapter 21. An Integrated Simulation Platform - PamHyr 245 Jean-Baptiste FAURE 21.1. Overview 245 21.2. Key features of a hydraulic modeling environment (HME) 246 21.3. PamHyr: an example HME 247 21.4. Bibliography 251 List of Authors 253 Index 257 General Index of Authors 259 Summaries of Other Volumes in the Series 261

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  • ISBN13: 9781848211575
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 308
  • ID: 9781848211575
  • weight: 636
  • ISBN10: 1848211570

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