Accession Number : ADP000389
Title : Two-Dimensional Vertically Homogeneous Hydrodynamic Models: Application to Estuarine Cooling Water Discharges and Intakes,
Corporate Author : EDINGER (J E) ASSOCIATES INC WAYNE PA
Personal Author(s) : Edinger,John Eric ; Buchak,Edward M. ; Binetti,Vicky P.
Report Date : MAR 1982
Pagination or Media Count : 12
Abstract : Two-dimensional vertically homogeneous hydrodynamic computations have been available for practical application since the work of Reid and Bodine (1968). Basically, the time and space dependent variables are the horizontal x and y fluxes or velocity components, U and V, and the water column depth H or surface elevation. These are computed from the horizontal x and y momentum balances and continuity. Various developments of two-dimensional hydrodynamics differ in formulation of the momentum balances and the numerical forms of the equations for finite difference evaluation. An alternative to explicit computation of U, V, and H is a spatially implicit computation where the three variables are computed simultaneously over space at each time step.
Descriptors : *Fluid flow, *Hydrodynamics, *Estuaries, *Mathematical models, Two dimensional, Symposia, Cooling, Water, Computations, Time, Spatial distribution, Variables
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE