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  • Possible effects of the 1984 St. Clair River ice jam on bed changes

    This study examines the possible effect of the record ice jam of 1984 in the St. Clair River on river bed changes and conveyance. Numerical simulations were made to examine the flow and bed shear stresses during the jam formation and release periods. Simulation results indicate that the ice jam in the river did not cause a significant increase in bed shear stress compared to pre- and post-jam open water conditions. The insignificant...

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  • A Numerical Model Study on Ice Boom in a Coastal Lake

    - JOURNAL OF COASTAL RESEARCH - Rok 2013

    A numerical study on the effectiveness of the proposed ice boom to be installed near the entrance of Lake Notoro, Hokkaido, Japan to prevent sea ice moving into the lake is presented. A two-dimensional hydro–ice dynamics model was modified to allow for the treatment of ice-boom interaction with the effect of tidal current. The numerical model is a coupled hydrodynamic and ice dynamic model. The ice dynamic component uses a Lagrangian...

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  • Dynamics of Ice Jam Formation and Release

    - JOURNAL OF COASTAL RESEARCH - Rok 2008

    The numerical model DynaRICE and its application to ice jam formation and release is presented. The model is a two-dimensional coupled flow and ice dynamic model. The ice dynamic component, which includes both the internal ice resistance and boundary friction on ice motion, uses a Lagrangian SPH method. The hydrodynamic component of the model uses a streamline upwind finite element method, which is capable of simulating trans-critical...

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Uzyskane stopnie/tytuły naukowe

  • 2004-07-29

    Nadanie stopnia naukowego

    dr inż. Budownictwo (Dziedzina nauk technicznych)
    Instytut Budownictwa Wodnego PAN

wyświetlono 375 razy