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CEE 363C: Ocean and Estuarine Modeling

Advanced topics in modeling for ocean and estuarine environments, including methods for shallow water, primitive, and nonhydrostatic equations on Cartesian, curvilinear, and unstructured finite-volume grid systems. Topics include accuracy and stability analyses, free-surface methods, nonhydrostatic solvers, turbulence modeling, vertical coordinate systems, and advanced Eulerian and Lagrangian advection techniques. Prerequisites: CEE262A or ME351A, CME 200, 206, or equivalents.
Last offered: Winter 2011

ME 351A: Fluid Mechanics

Exact and approximate analysis of fluid flow covering kinematics, global and differential equations of mass, momentum, and energy conservation. Forces and stresses in fluids. Euler¿s equations and the Bernoulli theorem applied to inviscid flows. Vorticity dynamics. Topics in irrotational flow: stream function and velocity potential for exact and approximate solutions; superposition of solutions; complex potential function; circulation and lift. Some boundary layer concepts.
Terms: Aut | Units: 3
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