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Old   March 13, 1999, 11:39
Default Use of an hydrodynamic model integrated in the vertical by the PHOENICS code
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Hafsia Zouhaier
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These questions concern the application of an hydrodynamic model integrated in the vertical by the PHOENICS code and are listed below : 1) The bottom shear stress, and shear stress generated by the wind are they preprogrammed in the PHOENICS code; then, what are the calls procedures to these terms ? 2) How to take into account variable distribution of rugosity and diffusion coefficient in the PHOENICS code ? 3) The hydrostatic distribution of pressure can it be verified by the PHOENICS code ? 4) Can one solve the 1-D Saint-Venant equations by the PHOENICS code ? 5) How can one work in term of adimentional variables in the PHOENICS code ? 6) Could you send me Q1 files relative to questions posed ? 7) What is the formulation of the full equation solved in terms of covariant compenent when an hydrodymic model integrated in the vertical was used ?

Please, tell me who can give me the corresponding replies to these questions.

Adress : Hafsia Zouhair

Ecole Nationale d'Ingénieurs de Tunis.

Laboratoire d'Hydraulique.

B.P. 37 - Le Belvédère, 1002, Tunis, Tunisie.

Tel. : (216 1) 874 700 (475) - Fax. (216 1) 872 729

Thank you for your help
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Old   March 13, 1999, 23:18
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Abdul Hafid Elfaghi
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Dear Hafsia, why dont you take the answers from user support of PHOENICS by sending your e-mail directly to CHAM. this is their address:

User Support Service

CHAM, Bakery House, 40 High Street,

Wimbledon Village, London SW19 5AU, UK.

Tel: +44 (181) 947 7651

Fax: +44 (181) 879 3497

24 hour answerphone: +44 (181) 879 6872

e-mail: support@cham.co.uk

with best regards

Hafid
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Old   March 15, 1999, 08:23
Default Re: Use of an hydrodynamic model integrated in the vertical by the PHOENICS code
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Hafsia Zouhaier
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Dear Hafid,

Thank you for your suggestion about how I can get answers of the questions concerning the use of an hydrodynamic model integrated in the vertical by the PHOENICS code.

I would to inform you that these questions was firstly adressed to the user Support/ "Discussion Group", but I have not any answers. That's why I have adressed these questions to the Online-CFD Discussion

My best regards.
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