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Source code, input files, and processing files for running SvePy
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Jul 8, 2019
Hodges, Ben R., 2019, "SvePy figure processing scripts and data", https://doi.org/10.18738/T8/7HN7MD, Texas Data Repository Dataverse, V1
Matlab scripts and binary data sets extracted from SvePy output to analyze output and produce figures in Hodges and Liu (2019)
Jul 8, 2019
Hodges, Ben R., 2019, "SvePy src v1.0", https://doi.org/10.18738/T8/EHHBNB, Texas Data Repository Dataverse, V1
SvePy Saint Venant Solver Python version 1.0 author: Ben R. Hodges National Center for Infrastructure Modeling and Management University of Texas at Austin Copyright (c) 2019 Ben R. Hodges Distributable as Public Domain Software ===================================================...
Jul 8, 2019
Hodges, Ben R., 2019, "SvePy input files", https://doi.org/10.18738/T8/3AIL2J, Texas Data Repository Dataverse, V1
Input files used in test cases for SvePy. The standard setup for the code will expect these to be in subfolder /input
Jul 8, 2019
Hodges, Ben R., 2019, "SvePy restart files", https://doi.org/10.18738/T8/UJGXNH, Texas Data Repository Dataverse, V1
Restart files used to ramp up the Waller Creek simulations from zero velocity. Provides hot start conditions for all the Waller Creek test cases. For the standard model setup the code expects these files in subfolder /restart
Jul 8, 2019
Hodges, Ben R.;Liu, Frank, 2019, "Algorithms in the SvePy solver for the unsteady Saint-Venant equations", https://doi.org/10.18738/T8/ETSJDJ, Texas Data Repository Dataverse, V1
The Saint-Venant Python (SvePy) code has been written to solve a single the Saint-Venant equations governing unsteady flow in a river reach with either rough or smooth geometry. The code was designed for prototype testing of finite-volume numerical algorithms. The primary descrip...
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