By Philippe Gourbesville, Jean Cunge, Guy Caignaert
The e-book is a set of prolonged papers that have been chosen for presentation through the SIMHYDRO 2012 convention held in Sophia Antipolis in September 2012. The papers current the state-of-the-art numerical simulation in domain names akin to (1) New traits in modelling for marine, river & city hydraulics; (2) Stakeholders & practitioners of simulation; (3) 3D CFD & purposes. All papers were peer reviewed and through medical committee individuals with file approximately caliber, content material and originality. the objective viewers for this ebook comprises scientists, engineers and practitioners fascinated with the sector of numerical modelling within the water region: flood administration, average assets maintenance, hydraulic machineries, and innovation in numerical equipment, 3D advancements and functions.
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This model is used to assure that the concession holder’s requirements are being respected and to trigger, as and when required, river bed maintenance operations along both the Rhône and its tributaries. Hydraulic Modelling for Rhône River Operation 43 Starting from the reference model, an operational model can be created to meet specific operational requirements: this may involve specialisation of data and the removal or alteration of certain of the entities included in the reference model, for example, certain storage areas could be removed or grouped, certain weir-feeding flood expansion zones could be simplified in the modelling.
The verified indicators of computation reliability were mass balance, CFL number, velocity, characteristic time check, and oscillations occurrences. 26 M. Abily et al. Moreover, flexibility offered by modeling tools for optimal use has been tested and taken into consideration for the modeling approach performance survey. Interest has been keen on possibility of: the three scenarios implementation, adapted spatial and temporal discretization use, treatment/handle of flow induced numerical specificities.
Inclusion of accurate hydraulic control depending on set points Local simplification of the geometry of the mathematical model Simplification of the geometry of the mathematical model with simulation every 100s. Simplification of the geometry of the mathematical model Hydraulic Modelling for Rhône River Operation 41 42 L. Grimaldi et al. accuracy can be countered by frequent recalibration using observed water levels (simulations repeated every 100s in CNR hydraulic controls). Various modelling strategies have been used, from very fast simplified Q/Q Muskingum-type models to the complete linking of 1-D hydraulic models with storage areas over the full length of the river.