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By Philippe Gourbesville, Jean Cunge, Guy Caignaert

The publication is a suite of prolonged papers which were chosen for presentation through the SIMHYDRO 2012 convention held in Sophia Antipolis in September 2012. The papers current the cutting-edge numerical simulation in domain names equivalent to (1) New tendencies in modelling for marine, river & city hydraulics; (2) Stakeholders & practitioners of simulation; (3) 3D CFD & functions. All papers were peer reviewed and through medical committee participants with file approximately caliber, content material and originality. the objective viewers for this ebook contains scientists, engineers and practitioners thinking about the sector of numerical modelling within the water area: flood administration, normal assets maintenance, hydraulic machineries, and innovation in numerical tools, 3D advancements and functions.

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6 Average of complete 2D SWEs-based models hmax values, reached at 10 points for the three scenarios, with bars indicating maximal hmax and minimal hmax values reached by models Regarding tested numerical modeling tools, MIKE SHE was used and configured with the aim to get quick results and to see if a diffusive wave assumption– based model use was acceptable for our approach. Though roughly matching with the results we get with other complete 2D SWEs–based models, some areas around buildings which are founded to be flooded with other models are not with MIKE SHE.

It can be found in both the studies, used to assure the company meets the obligations imposed upon a concession holder, and within the industrial river management optimisation processes, which of course, require strict adherence to a rigorous hydraulic safety framework. CNR has always invested in hydraulic modelling and has developed made-to-measure hydroinformatic tools, specifically designed to meet each of these needs. These tools are constructed around distinct operational requirements, involving differing modelling requirements: while the ‘study’ field requires accuracy above all, the ‘operational’ field (for industrial users or training) stresses robustness.

Abily et al. Fig. 6 Average of complete 2D SWEs-based models hmax values, reached at 10 points for the three scenarios, with bars indicating maximal hmax and minimal hmax values reached by models Regarding tested numerical modeling tools, MIKE SHE was used and configured with the aim to get quick results and to see if a diffusive wave assumption– based model use was acceptable for our approach. Though roughly matching with the results we get with other complete 2D SWEs–based models, some areas around buildings which are founded to be flooded with other models are not with MIKE SHE.

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