|March 6, 2013, 19:50||
Applicability of Euler Eqn Code to 2D open channel problems
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I'm wondering anyone can describe the limitations of two-dimensional Incompressible (Low Mach No.) Euler Equation codes to modeling real world open channel hydraulics problems.
I recall potential flow and similar simplifications were appropriate if the fluid was accelerating for example.
However, I'm looking to model piers and other obstacles in the flow (from plan view). I do not need to model the water surface only the general flow field.
Any thoughts, advice?
|2-d codes, euler, hydraulic structures|
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