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Simulation of the Lock-Exchange Hydraulics using the Discontinuous Galerkin Method
International Journal of Computer Applications
Numerical simulations of the lock-exchange hydraulics have been carried out using a discontinuous Galerkin finite element method. The basic water circulation in the lock-exchange hydraulics consists in an upper layer of cold, fresh surface water and an opposite deep current of warmer, salty outflowing water. The governing equations are the wellestablished two-layer shallow water system including bathymetric forces. The considered discontinuous Galerkin method is a stable, highly accurate anddoi:10.5120/6108-8325 fatcat:xe3bzvgbhve5tjv7xwnbxgzhce