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1Planned publications 2004
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4CTAC 2004 (September): Stephen, Chris, Ole, Duncan
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6     5-10 pages describing algorithm: Limiters,
7          casting of equations in terms of stage
8          instead of height as the dependent variable.
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12ASCE Hydraulics Journal: Chris, Stephen, Delis and Sampson
13     Review of non Riemann solver based schemes; The relaxation and
14     central schemes and publishing the Sampson analytical solution.
15     First Draft Completed.
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19Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science:
20            1: Chris, Stephen, Ole, Kepert, Duncan
21            Describing the Storm Surge model from the finite
22            volume to the cyclone model. (Take some from CTAC paper)
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24            2: Chris, Ole, Stephen, Duncan, Kepert
25            Application of the Storm Surge model to an actual
26            cyclone e.g. cyclone Vance.
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29ASCE Environmental Engineering or
30ASCE Ocean and Coastal Engineering: Stephen, Chris, Ole
31     Describing the mathematics of flow over a step and its application to
32     Merimbula to demonstrate wetting and drying process and
33     discontinuity in the bed profile. Sampson’s 2-D solution and
34     Greenspan’s solution used here.
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37Python Conference 2005: Ole, Stephen, Duncan
38     Paper(s) on architecture, use of consecutive data structures,
39     the modelling framework and pmesh. 1 or 2 papers.
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43ASCE Hydraulics Journal: Chris, Stephen, Koh, Marchant, Barnes
44      Looking at how to incorporate the Boussinesq terms into the
45      flux terms of the shallow water wave equation and solving using
46      the central and generalized Riemann solvers and comparison with
47      4th order finite difference scheme.
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50Monthly Weather Review: Stephen Chris, Ole, Kepert, Duncan
51        Describing the Storm Surge model, its efficiency, robustness
52        and capability with a case study and using the Central scheme,
53        Generalized Riemann solver and Kinetic theory scheme.
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