About the book
Advances in Computational Hydraulics: From Theory to Applications, will review the advances made during the last 10-15 years in fields related to theory and modeling of free surface flows along with related evolving multi-disciplinary applications. Recent advances in computational hydraulics and visualization tools have opened new windows of opportunities for modeling flow scenarios that for various reasons was not possible earlier.
These advances can range across developing efficient numerical algorithms for solving the flow equations, benchmark performance of new and established models, modeling of one, two, and three-dimensional flows, validation and verification methods, simulation case studies, integration of surface water models with groundwater, and climate change models.
The book seeks to provide both the researchers and practicing engineers with insights into the latest computational paradigms relating to computational hydraulics. This book will be an appropriate forum for experts from different disciplines to share their ongoing work. The target audience includes numerical modelers, hydraulic software developers, mathematicians, urban infrastructure designers, and water resources policy decision-makers.