2 edition of Predictive salinity modeling of the Oosterschelde with hydraulic and mathematical models found in the catalog.
Predictive salinity modeling of the Oosterschelde with hydraulic and mathematical models
Reprint from, Transport models for inland and coastal waters: Academic Press, 1981.
|Statement||J. Dronkers, A.G. van Os, J.J.Leendertse.|
|Series||Publication / Delft Hydraulics Laboratory -- no.264|
|Contributions||Os, A. G. van., Leendertse, J. J., Delft Hydraulics Laboratory.|
Adaptive and non-adaptive model predictive control of an irrigation channel. Networks & Heterogeneous Media, , 4 (2): doi: /nhm  Lars Grüne, Marleen Stieler. Multiobjective model predictive control for stabilizing cost criteria. The mathematical model consists of coupled and nonlinear partial differential equations. Difficulties arise from the nonlinear structure of the system and the complexity of natural fields, which results in complex aquifer geometries and heterogeneity in the hydraulic parameters.
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A Three-Dimensional Model for Tidal and Residual Currents in Bays. A Dynamic Reservior Simulation Model-DYRESM: 5. Modeling of Heated Water Discharges on the French Coast of The English Channel.
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Book chapter Full text access. PREDICTIVE SALINITY MODELING OF THE OOSTERSCHELDE WITH HYDRAULIC AND MATHEMATICAL MODELS. Dronkers, A.G. van Os and J.J. Leendertse. Pages A Three-Dimensional Model for Tidal and Residual Currents in Bays.
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In: Fischer HB (ed) Transport Models for Inland and Coastal Waters. Academic Press, New York, pp – Google ScholarCited by: 2. “Predictive Salinity Modeling of the Oosterschelde with Hydraulic and Mathematical Models.” Transport Models for Inland and Coastal Waters, FischerH.B., ed., Proceedings of a Symposium on Predictive Ability, Academic Press, New York.
Dronkers J, Van Os A. and Leendetse J J () Predictive salinity modelling of the Oosterschelde with hydraulic and mathematical models, Delft Hydraulics Laboratory Publication numberApril Galappatti R and Vreugdenhil C B () A depth-integrated model of suspended transport, Journal of Hydraulic Research, 23 (4), pp Part of the Coastal and Estuarine Studies book series (COASTAL, volume 38) Predictive salinity modelling of the Oosterschelde with hydraulic and mathematical models.
In: Fischer, H.B. (ed.). Transport models for inland and. The Oosterschelde has a surface area of km 2, a tidal amplitude of –3 m (Troost et al., ) and freshwater input is highly limited, resulting in a salinity of 30 PSU (Nienhuis and.
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