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|Title:||A three-dimensional multi-level turbulence model for tidal motion|
|Authors:||Chao, X. |
|Citation:||Chao, X., Shankar, N.J., Fatt, C.H. (1999-11). A three-dimensional multi-level turbulence model for tidal motion. Ocean Engineering 26 (11) : 1023-1038. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0029-8018(98)00071-7|
|Abstract:||A three-dimensional multi-level turbulence model is developed to simulate tide induced circulation in coastal waters. Based on the bathymetry data, the coastal waters are divided into a number of layers. In every layer, the velocities are integrated along the layer depth. The eddy viscosity and diffusivity are computed from the Prandtl mixing length turbulence model. This multi-level model solves for the water surface elevations and currents in different water depths. Comparison of numerical results with the measured data shows good conformity.|
|Source Title:||Ocean Engineering|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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