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Reference slope method for treating bottom slope in Saint-Venant solutions of 1D channel flow.
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Sep 23, 2019
Yu, Cheng-Wei; Hodges, Ben R.; Liu, Frank, 2019, "Test case data for Reference Slope study with HEC-RAS and SPRNT-RS", https://doi.org/10.18738/T8/BXJBF5, Texas Data Repository Dataverse, V1
Files for running SPRNT-RS and HEC-RAS on simulation test cases used in the manuscript Yu, Hodges and Liu (2019) "Numerical Modeling of the Saint-Venant Equations: Effects and Adaptions for Bottom Slope Discontinuity".
Sep 20, 2019
Yu, Cheng-Wei; Hodges, Ben R.; Liu, Frank, 2019, "Evaluation of the performance of the Reference Slope (RS) Method in Simulation Program for River Network (SPRNT)", https://doi.org/10.18738/T8/GRCB8B, Texas Data Repository Dataverse, V1
The reference slope (RS) method has been proposed to resolve and eliminate possible numerical oscillation caused by the non-Lipschitz continuous source term in the Saint-Venant equations. The primary descriptions of the RS methods are found in Yu et. al. (2019). This technical re...
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