Implementation of controlled reduced tide and flooding areas in the TELEMAC 3D model of the Scheldt Estuary
Smolders, S.; Maximova, T.; Vanlede, J.; Teles, M.J. (2014). Implementation of controlled reduced tide and flooding areas in the TELEMAC 3D model of the Scheldt Estuary, in: Bertrand, O. et al. (Ed.) Proceedings of the 21st TELEMAC-MASCARET User Conference,15th-17th October 2014, Grenoble – France. pp. 111-118
A new model for the Scheldt estuary was built in TELEMAC 3D. The model includes the Belgian coastal area, a small part of the neighbouring French coastal area and a part of the Dutch coastal area, including the Eastern Scheldt; the entire Scheldt estuary with tributaries and even the controlled flooding areas alongside the estuary. It is the first time that all these areas of interest are included in a single schematisation with an appropriate local resolution. The culvert functionality was re-written for this project in order to cover a wider range of flow conditions that can exist through a culvert (relatively to what is currently implemented in TELEMAC 2D). Code development is shared with the community through the system of a subversion. This paper discusses the setup of the model, and describes the new functionalities added to the code.
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