Development of a Three Dimensional Model to Understand Modified Tidal Entrance Processes

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Title Development of a Three Dimensional Model to Understand Modified Tidal Entrance Processes
Author Mirfenderesk, Hamid; Tomlinson, Rodger Benson; Szylkarski, Stefan; Rasmussen, Erland B.
Book Title Coastal Engineering 2006: proceedings of the 30th International Conference. Volume 2.
Editor Jane Mckee Smith
Year Published 2007
Place of publication London
Publisher World Scientific Publication
Abstract This paper presents results from a three-dimensional numerical simulation of flow, mixing and transport processes at the Gold Coast Seaway tidal entrance. To simulate the flow field in a realistic situation, a three-dimensional model (MIKE3) for the study area is setup. An extensive observational data set including water level variations, current, salinity, temperature, wind and atmospheric pressure measurements has been used for calibration of the model. To compare the effectiveness of a two-dimensional simulation of advection-dispersion within the Seaway against the more realistic three dimensional simulation and to better understand the benefits of the three-dimensional approach, a vertically averaged two dimensional model (MIKE 21) of the study area has also have been developed and its results been compared with the three dimensional model. The two models are run under various environmental forces to examine the relative importance of the environmental forces on the mixing and transport processes within the study area.
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Chapter Number 86
Page from 2118
Page to 2129
ISBN 9789812709905
Date Accessioned 2008-02-27
Language en_AU
Research Centre Griffith Centre for Coastal Management
Faculty Faculty of Science, Environment, Engineering and Technology
Subject PRE2009-Environmental Engineering Modelling
Publication Type Book Chapters
Publication Type Code b1

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