Computer modelling of free-surface and pressurized flows. Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute, Pullman, USA, June 1993

M. H. Chaudhry, Larry Mays

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Computers are being widely used for the analysis, design, and operation of water resource projects. Several computational procedures and computer models have been developed. In order to provide a common forum where these methods and models could be presented and discussed, an Advanced Study Institute was held in Pullman, WA, USA from June 28 to July 9, 1993. This volume compiles an edited version of the lecture notes specially prepared for the institute by 14 well-known European and North American researchers. Part I of the proceedings deals with free-surface flows. Governing equations are derived and their solution by the finite-difference, finite-element, and boundary-integral methods are discussed. Turbulence models, three-dimensional models, dam-break flow models, sediment transport models, and flood routing models are presented. Part II is related to the modelling of steady and transient pressurized flows. Governing equations for both single and two-component flows are derived and numerical methods for their solution are presented. The modelling of water quality in pipe networks, of cooling water system, and slow and rapid transients is discussed. (from Editors)

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
PublisherKluwer; Nato ASI Series E Applied Sciences, Vol. 274
ISBN (Print)0792329465, 9780792329466
StatePublished - Jan 1 1994

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Water cooling systems
Sediment transport
Water resources
Turbulence models
Dams
Water quality
Numerical methods
Pipe

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Chaudhry, M. H., & Mays, L. (1994). Computer modelling of free-surface and pressurized flows. Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute, Pullman, USA, June 1993. In Unknown Host Publication Title Kluwer; Nato ASI Series E Applied Sciences, Vol. 274.

Computer modelling of free-surface and pressurized flows. Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute, Pullman, USA, June 1993. / Chaudhry, M. H.; Mays, Larry.

Unknown Host Publication Title. Kluwer; Nato ASI Series E Applied Sciences, Vol. 274, 1994.

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Chaudhry, MH & Mays, L 1994, Computer modelling of free-surface and pressurized flows. Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute, Pullman, USA, June 1993. in Unknown Host Publication Title. Kluwer; Nato ASI Series E Applied Sciences, Vol. 274.
Chaudhry MH, Mays L. Computer modelling of free-surface and pressurized flows. Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute, Pullman, USA, June 1993. In Unknown Host Publication Title. Kluwer; Nato ASI Series E Applied Sciences, Vol. 274. 1994
Chaudhry, M. H. ; Mays, Larry. / Computer modelling of free-surface and pressurized flows. Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute, Pullman, USA, June 1993. Unknown Host Publication Title. Kluwer; Nato ASI Series E Applied Sciences, Vol. 274, 1994.
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