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Jul 8, 2019 - SvePy code and documents
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 - SvePy code and documents
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 - SvePy code and documents
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...
SvePy Flow Over a Bump test case output(University of Texas at Austin)
Jul 8, 2019SvePy
Output data from SvePy model of flow over a bump from SWASHES test case. Number in the file name provides the number of finite-volume elements in the simulation. Baseline simulation uses the momentum matching algorithm for the hydraulic jump. Simplejump simulations use extrapolat...
SvePy Waller Creek test case output(University of Texas at Austin)
Jul 8, 2019SvePy
SvePy model results for test case of flow in Waller Creek. File name information is parsed as follows: momentumjump or simplejump is type of hydraulic jump algorithm T00, T10, T20 denote different free-surface/bottom quadrature algorithms dx## denotes nominal grid scale (in m) Co...
SvePy code and documents(University of Texas at Austin)
Jul 8, 2019SvePy
Source code, input files, and processing files for running SvePy
SvePy(University of Texas at Austin)
Jul 8, 2019Saint-Venant 1D hydrodynamic models
SvePy code and supporting data (Saint-Venant solver Python)
Saint-Venant 1D hydrodynamic models(University of Texas at Austin)
Jul 8, 2019Hodges Research Group Dataverse
Research products associated with 1D modeling of rivers, river networks, and urban water system hydraulics.
Hodges Research Group Dataverse(University of Texas at Austin)
Jul 8, 2019University of Texas at Austin Dataverse
Research products associated with the research group of Prof. Ben R. Hodges and his students. Center for Water and the Environment, University of Texas at Austin
May 23, 2019 - Schorghofer_RSL_HiRISE_DEMs
Goudge, Timothy, 2019, "Schorghofer_RSL_HiRISE_DEMs", https://doi.org/10.18738/T8/22KAVP, Texas Data Repository Dataverse, V1
5 HiRISE DEMs, each with a corresponding CTX DEM, over 5 different RSL sites on Mars. These data were initially produced by T. A. Goudge using the NASA Ames Stereo Pipeline.
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