Coastal Engineering/Modelling sea level rise

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Welcome to the learning project on Coastal Engineering/Modelling sea level rise!

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This Learning Project will introduce students to the concept of hydrodynamic modelling and to the concepts of computer modelling as a visualization tool for understanding. The student(s) will select a computer modelling tool and use it to create a visualization of the impact of sea level rise on an area of coastline they are interested in.

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In this learning project we aim to capture a section of coastline in a 3D model, apply hydrodynamic computational methods to that model and produce a visualization of what the impacts of sea level rise would look like.

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Various Coastline Modelling tools[edit]

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Various Computational Hydrodynamic Modelling tools[edit]

  • OpenTELEMAC [1] - A 3D hydrodynamics module, TELEMAC-3D, uses the same horizontally unstructured mesh as TELEMAC-2D but solves the Navier-Stokes equations.
  • Delft3D [2] - One of the most comprehensive 1D, 2D and 3D hydrodynamic modelling suites available, Delft3D has become open source.

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