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Wave propagation breaking, and overtoping on a 2D reef : a comparative evaluation of numerical codes for tsunami modelling

Abstract : In the framework of the French research project TANDEM dedicated to tsunami modelling, a series of benchmarks has been set up, addressing the various stages of a tsunami event: generation, propagation, run-up and inundation. We present here the results of five codes, involving both depth-averaged Boussinesq and fully 3D Navier-Stokes equations, aimed at being applicable to tsunami modelling. The codes are evaluated on a flow involving propagation, run-up, overtopping and reflection of the waves on two-dimensional reefs, and compared with the experimental data produced from a set of laboratory experiments carried out at the O.H. Hinsdale Wave Research Laboratory, Oregon State University (OSU, see Roeber et al., 2010 and Roeber and Chung, 2012).
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Maria Kazolea, Andrea Gilberto Filippini, Mario Ricchiuto, Stéphane Abadie, Manuel Martin Medina, et al.. Wave propagation breaking, and overtoping on a 2D reef : a comparative evaluation of numerical codes for tsunami modelling . [Research Report] RR-9005, Inria. 2016. ⟨hal-01414781v2⟩

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