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Comparison between TVD-MacCormack and ADI-type solvers of the shallow water equations

Liang, Dongfang, Falconer, Roger Alexander and Lin, BinLiang 2006. Comparison between TVD-MacCormack and ADI-type solvers of the shallow water equations. Advances in Water Resources 29 (12) , pp. 1833-1845. 10.1016/j.advwatres.2006.01.005

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Abstract

A total variation diminishing (TVD) modification of the MacCormack scheme is developed for simulating shallow water dynamics on a uniform Cartesian grid. Results obtained using conventional and deviatoric forms of the conservative non-linear shallow water equations (SWEs) are compared for cases where the bed has a varying topography. The comparisons demonstrate that the deviatoric form of the SWEs gives more accurate results than the conventional form, in the absence of numerical balancing of the flux-gradient and source terms. A further comparison is undertaken between the TVD-MacCormack model and an alternating direction implicit (ADI) model for cases involving steep-fronted shallow flows. It is demonstrated that the ADI model is unable to predict trans-critical flows correctly, and artificial viscosity has to be introduced to remove spurious oscillations. The TVD-MacCormack model reproduces all flow regimes accurately. Finally, the TVD-MacCormack model is used to predict a laboratory-scale dyke break undertaken at Delft University of Technology. The predictions agree closely with the experimental data, and are in excellent agreement with results from an alternative Godunov-type model

Item Type: Article
Date Type: Publication
Status: Published
Schools: Engineering
Uncontrolled Keywords: Shallow water ; Dam break ; Flood routing ; River modelling ; TVD scheme ; MacCormack scheme ; Shock capturing
ISSN: 0309-1708
Last Modified: 04 Jun 2017 01:43
URI: http://orca.cf.ac.uk/id/eprint/2005

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