A GPU-ACCELERATED MODELING OF SCALAR TRANSPORT BASED ON BOUSSINESQ-TYPE EQUATIONS
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Hwang, S., Son, S., & Lynett, P. J. (2020). A GPU-ACCELERATED MODELING OF SCALAR TRANSPORT BASED ON BOUSSINESQ-TYPE EQUATIONS. Coastal Engineering Proceedings, (36v), waves.11. https://doi.org/10.9753/icce.v36v.waves.11

Abstract

This paper describes a two-dimensional scalar transport model solving advection-diffusion equation based on GPU-accelerated Boussinesq model called Celeris. Celeris is the firstly-developed Boussinesq-type model that is equipped with an interactive system between user and computing unit. Celeris provides greatly advantageous user-interface that one can change not only water level, topography but also model parameters while the simulation is running. In this study, an advection-diffusion equation for scalar transport was coupled with extended Boussinesq equations to simulate scalar transport in the nearshore.

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