ADCIRC

ADCIRC is a system of computer programs for solving time dependent, free surface circulation and transport problems in two and three dimensions. These programs utilize the finite element method in space allowing the use of highly flexible, unstructured grids. Typical ADCIRC applications have included: (i) modeling tides and wind driven circulation, (ii) analysis of hurricane storm surge and flooding, (iii) dredging feasibility and material disposal studies, (iv) larval transport studies, (v) near shore marine operations.


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  1. Conroy, Colton J.; Kubatko, Ethan J.: $hp$ discontinuous Galerkin methods for the vertical extent of the water column in coastal settings part I: barotropic forcing (2016)
  2. Mazzolari, Andrea; Trigo-Teixeira, António; Araújo, Maria Amélia V. C.: Evaluation of different meshing criteria for areas exposed to flooding (2015)
  3. Reuter, Balthasar; Aizinger, Vadym; Köstler, Harald: A multi-platform scaling study for an openmp parallelization of a discontinuous Galerkin ocean model (2015)
  4. Wirasaet, D.; Brus, S. R.; Michoski, C. E.; Kubatko, E. J.; Westerink, J. J.; Dawson, C.: Artificial boundary layers in discontinuous Galerkin solutions to shallow water equations in channels (2015)
  5. Meixner, Jessica; Dietrich, J. Casey; Dawson, Clint; Zijlema, Marcel; Holthuijsen, Leo H.: A discontinuous Galerkin coupled wave propagation/circulation model (2014)
  6. Dietrich, J. C.; Tanaka, S.; Westerink, J. J.; Dawson, C. N.; Luettich, R. A. jun.; Zijlema, M.; Holthuijsen, L. H.; Smith, J. M.; Westerink, L. G.; Westerink, H. J.: Performance of the unstructured-mesh, SWAN+ADCIRC model in computing hurricane waves and surge (2012)
  7. Le Roux, Daniel Y.: Spurious inertial oscillations in shallow-water models (2012)
  8. Chen, XinJian: A three-dimensional hydrodynamic model for shallow waters using unstructured Cartesian grids (2011)
  9. Aliabadi, Shahrouz; Akbar, Muhammad; Patel, Reena: Hybrid finite element/volume method for shallow water equations (2010)
  10. Kubatko, Ethan J.; Bunya, Shintaro; Dawson, Clint; Westerink, Joannes J.: Dynamic $p$-adaptive Runge-Kutta discontinuous Galerkin methods for the shallow water equations (2009)
  11. Kubatko, Ethan J.; Bunya, Shintaro; Dawson, Clint; Westerink, Joannes J.; Mirabito, Chris: A performance comparison of continuous and discontinuous finite element shallow water models (2009)
  12. Parrish, D. Michael; Hagen, Scott C.: Incorporating spatially variable bottom stress and Coriolis force into 2D, a posteriori, unstructured mesh generation for shallow water models (2009)
  13. Aizinger, Vadym; Dawson, Clint: The local discontinuous Galerkin method for three-dimensional shallow water flow (2007)
  14. Der Merwe, Rudolph Van; Leen, Todd K.; Lu, Zhengdong; Frolov, Sergey; Baptista, Antonio M.: Fast neural network surrogates for very high dimensional physics-based models in computational oceanography (2007) ioport
  15. Parrish, D. M.; Hagen, S. C.: 2D unstructured mesh generation for oceanic and coastal tidal models from a localized truncation error analysis with complex derivatives (2007)
  16. Dawson, Clint; Westerink, Joannes J; Feyen, Jesse C; Pothina, Dharhas: Continuous, discontinuous and coupled discontinuous-continuous Galerkin finite element methods for the shallow water equations (2006)
  17. Hagen, S. C.; Zundel, A. K.; Kojima, S.: Automatic, unstructured mesh generation for tidal calculations in a large domain (2006)
  18. Massey, T. C.; Blain, C. A.: In search of a consistent and conservative mass flux for the GWCE (2006)
  19. Dawson, Clint; Aizinger, Vadym: A discontinuous Galerkin method for three-dimensional shallow water equations (2005)
  20. Dawson, Clint; Proft, Jennifer: Coupled discontinuous and continuous Galerkin finite element methods for the depth-integrated shallow water equations. (2004)

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