By Philippe Gourbesville, Jean A. Cunge, Guy Caignaert
This booklet is a set of prolonged papers in line with shows given in the course of the SIMHYDRO 2014 convention, held in Sophia Antipolis in June 2014. It specializes in the modeling and simulation of quickly hydraulic transients, on 3D modeling, and on uncertainties and multiphase flows. The booklet explores either the constraints and function of present types and provides the newest advancements according to new numerical schemes, high-performance computing, multiphysics and multiscale tools, and higher interplay with box or scale version facts. It addresses the pursuits of practitioners, stakeholders, researchers and engineers lively during this field.
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They are mainly related to the heterogeneity of the evidences and the information density which is not the same everywhere. It is often difﬁcult to reconstruct a continuous flood limit across the study area. The information density is insufﬁcient to account for variations in flow within urbanized areas. 4 Limits of the Hydro-geomorphological Approach The hydro-geomorphological approach is often used in addition to the historical approach. , it is possible to reconstruct a hold of the envelope major floods, and by crossing this envelope with a Digital Terrain Model, to produce a mapping of the water depths (Fig.
A one-dimensional model is proposed with the understanding that the consideration of the dispersion coefﬁcient could improve the design of the hydraulic structures, in comparison those based on a simplistic method. As summarized in Fig. 1, the methodology entails the following four steps: (1) to evaluate different alternative parameterizations of the longitudinal dispersion coefﬁcient, (2) to analyze the performance of the simplistic model with respect to the proposed model in simulating suspended sediment transport, (3) to assess the signiﬁcance of the dispersion component through a sensitivity analysis, and (4) to apply and compare the results of both the simplistic and the proposed model in terms of the sediment removal efﬁciency of the silt basins for the case study.
Nevertheless, our ﬁndings have been compared with different local observations (storm damages, shape of the beach) with satisfactory results. For instance, after a South–East swell event, sediments have piled up on the west side of the groins (especially in the west part of zone 2, Fig. 8). The ﬁnal goal of this study is to model the sediment transport. So, we started to work on coupling TOMAWAC and TELEMAC2D with SISYPHE, the sediment transport module of TELEMAC. Thus, the data that needed to be acquired ﬁrst concern the sediment motions.
Advances in Hydroinformatics: SIMHYDRO 2014 by Philippe Gourbesville, Jean A. Cunge, Guy Caignaert