Changeset 5718


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Timestamp:
Aug 29, 2008, 4:43:32 PM (14 years ago)
Author:
ole
Message:

Added comments to validation paper after talking to Duncan

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anuga_work
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  • anuga_work/development/boxingday08/project.py

    r5672 r5718  
    9999patong_bay_polygon = read_polygon(dir+sep+'patong_bay_polygon.csv')
    100100   
    101 tide=0.15
     101tide=0.80 # Tide at Phuket at XXam adjusted to MSL
    102102
    103103######################################
  • anuga_work/publications/anuga_2007/anuga_validation.tex

    r5701 r5718  
    551551\end{figure}
    552552
    553 
     553\clearpage
    554554\subsection{Flume tank validation before and after breaking waves}
     555
     556% The Hinwood report is in TRIM: D2008-97610 and in georisk_model/inundation/data/flumes/Hinwood2008
     557% Photo material is photos_movies under that directory
    555558
    556559To explicitly determine if ANUGA can model waves after breaking
     
    713716does not necesarily mean the accuracy of ANUGA is improving.  For
    714717example, in S4R1 the drop in RMSD between gauges 7.6 and 11.6 is partially due
    715 to vertical water motion effecting gauge 7.6 and a decrease in the
    716 time period where waves are being measured, as oppossed to still
    717 water, for gauge 11.6.  Additionally, sensors near the wave run-up
     718to vertical water motion effecting gauge 7.6 (vertical water motion creates
     719an artificial pressure spike which is not representative of the physical wave
     720(Michael Hughes)) and a decrease in the
     721time period where waves are being measured, as opposed to still
     722water, for gauge 11.6 (Comment: This means that due the late arrival
     723of the wave most of the comparison will have very low RMSD error).
     724Additionally, sensors near the wave run-up
    718725have a lower amplitude than the wave at breaking, which can result in
    719726a low RMSD, which may not be the case if the results were relative,
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