A Lattice Boltzmann Model for the Simulation of Flows in Open Channels with Applications to Flows in a submerged sluice gate

Abstract : Numerical simulations of free surface flows are important to provide a prediction tool for the optimal management of irrigation canals. Here we consider an alternative to solving the shallow water equations. We propose a free surface model in which the vertical component of the water current is fully resolved. We believe that such a detailed description can be useful to model the °ow around gates or in other situations where the vertical structure of the °ow will be important such as in the case of sediment transport and deposition. Our approach is based on a two-fluid Lattice Boltzmann model. We compare the predictions obtained from numerical simulation and experiments performed on a laboratory micro-canal facility.
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Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers, 2010, 136 (12), pp.809-822
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Olivier Marcou, Bastien Chopard, Samira El Yacoubi, Boussad Hamroun, Laurent Lefèvre, et al.. A Lattice Boltzmann Model for the Simulation of Flows in Open Channels with Applications to Flows in a submerged sluice gate. Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers, 2010, 136 (12), pp.809-822. 〈hal-00580892〉

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