Numerical Modelling: Applications to Marine Systems
The thirteen papers presented in this book are based on talks given at the workshop on Numerical Modelling of Marine Systems held at the University of Adelaide, South Australia in February 1986. Several of the articles are a direct outcome of two special sessions held on modelling of Open Boundary Conditions and on the Transport of Pollutants.Other articles in the book cover topics such as numerical modelling of wind-driven flow in shallow seas, sediment transport in estuaries, internal tides and comparison of numerical methods for solving tidal and pollutant transport problems.View full description
- Published: September 1987
- Imprint: NORTH-HOLLAND
- ISBN: 978-0-444-70305-7
Table of ContentsNumerical Modelling of Marine Systems (A.M. Davies). A Three-Dimensional Numerical Model of the Eastern Irish Sea (R. Proctor). Modelling Wind-Driven Flow in Shallow Systems on the Southwest Australian Coast (C.J. Hearn and J.R. Hunter). Diagnostic Modelling of Large-Scale Convection and Other Three-Dimensional Processes in the Coastal Ocean (R. Nunes). A Numerical Sediment Transport Model for Application to Natural Estuaries, Harbours and Rivers (K. Black). Numerical Modelling of Internal Tides (P.D. Craig). Comparison of Finite Difference and Galerkin Methods in Modelling Depth-Dependent Tidal Flow in Channels (K. Jung, P. Bills, M. Stevens and J. Noye). An Improved Open Boundary Condition for a Tidal Model of Bass Strait (R.J. Arnold). An Investigation of Open Boundary Conditions for Tidal Models of Shallow Seas (P. Bills and J. Noye). Numerical Methods for Solving the Transport Equation (J. Noye). Finite Difference Methods for Solving the One-Dimensional Transport Equation (J. Noye). The Application of Lagrangian Particle-Tracking Techniques to Modelling of Dispersion in the Sea (J.R. Hunter). Time-Splitting the One-Dimensional Transport Equation (J. Noye).