Changeset 5668


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Timestamp:
Aug 19, 2008, 2:51:19 PM (14 years ago)
Author:
duncan
Message:

add rmsd graphs to anuga paper

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anuga_work/publications/anuga_2007
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  • anuga_work/publications/anuga_2007/anuga-bibliography.bib

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    419419JOURNAL = {Ocean Engineering},
    420420}
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     422@ARTICLE{Kobayshi2000,
     423AUTHOR = {Kazuhiko Kobayashi and Moin Us Salam},
     424TITLE = {Comparing Simulated and Measured Values Using Mean Squared Deviation and its Compenents},
     425YEAR = {2000},
     426volume = {92},
     427pages = {345-352},
     428JOURNAL = {Agronomy Journal},
     429}
  • anuga_work/publications/anuga_2007/anuga_validation.tex

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    566566were used, with each test being repeated once.
    567567
    568 A variety of measurements were taken during the simulation.  The wave
    569 height at breaking, when present, were measured using a video
    570 recorder. Mid-depth water velocity and wave height were measured on
    571 the approach section.  The water height at several points along the
    572 flume were measured using pressure transducers.
     568A variety of measurements were taken during the simulation.  Mid-depth
     569water velocity and wave height were measured on the approach section.
     570The water height at several points along the flume were measured using
     571pressure transducers. The wave profile was video recorded, this
     572determined the location of breaking waves. All the tests produced 4 to
     5737 waves.  Generally the first wave did not break, with subsequent
     574waves breaking; accept for T2R1 and T2R2, for which the first 3 waves
     575did not break.
    573576
    574577Details of the tests performed are given in Table \ref{tab:hinwoodSummary}.
     
    582585    Test Name & Beach slope nominal, \emph{degrees}   & Water depth offshore,
    583586    \emph{mm } & Wave frequency nominal, \emph{Hz}  \\ \hline
    584     T1R3 & 3.5 & 400 & 0.200 \\ \hline
    585     T1R5 & 3.5 & 400 & 0.200 \\ \hline
    586     T2R7 & 3.5 & 400 & 0.125 \\ \hline
    587     T2R8 & 3.5 & 400 & 0.125 \\ \hline
    588     T3R28 & 1.5 & 336 & 0.200 \\ \hline
    589     T3R29 & 1.5 & 336 & 0.200 \\ \hline
    590     T4R31 & 1.5 & 336 & 0.125 \\ \hline
    591     T4R32 & 1.5 & 336 & 0.125 \\ \hline
     587    T1R1 & 3.5 & 400 & 0.200 \\ \hline
     588    T1R2 & 3.5 & 400 & 0.200 \\ \hline
     589    T2R1 & 3.5 & 400 & 0.125 \\ \hline
     590    T2R2 & 3.5 & 400 & 0.125 \\ \hline
     591    T3R1 & 1.5 & 336 & 0.200 \\ \hline
     592    T3R2 & 1.5 & 336 & 0.200 \\ \hline
     593    T4R1 & 1.5 & 336 & 0.125 \\ \hline
     594    T4R2 & 1.5 & 336 & 0.125 \\ \hline
     595   
     596    % Mapping of new names to old names
     597    % T1R2 T1R3
     598    % T1R1  T1R5
     599    % T2R1  T2R7
     600    % T2R2   T2R8
     601    % T3R2  T3R28
     602    % T3R1    T3R29
     603    % T4R2  T4R31
     604    % T4R1  T4R32
     605   
     606
    592607   
    593608  \end{tabular}
     
    601616as boundary conditions for the ANUGA simulations.  For both the
    602617experimental and simulation results the zero data was the still water
    603 line.  To quantify the difference between the simulated stage and the
    604 experimental stage the Root Mean Square Deviation (RMSD)
    605 (\cite{Kobayshi2000}) was used
     618line.  A Manning's friction coefficient of zero was used.  To quantify
     619the difference between the simulated stage and the experimental stage
     620the Root Mean Square Deviation (RMSD) (\cite{Kobayshi2000}) was used
    606621
    607622\[
    608623RMSD =\sqrt {\frac{1 }{n} \displaystyle\sum_{i=1}^{n}{(x_i - y_i)}^2}
    609624\]
     625
     626Figures \ref{fig:} to \ref{fig:} show the RMSD of each sensor and the
     627location where each wave broke.
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