Hybrid computer simulation of wind-driven ocean currents
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Hybrid computer simulation of wind-driven ocean currents

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Published .
Written in English


  • Ocean currents -- Mathematical models.

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Statementby Francis Joseph Vithayathil.
The Physical Object
Pagination[13], 95 leaves, bound :
Number of Pages95
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Open LibraryOL15069616M

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This paper describes the application of a hybrid computer in the simulation of wind-driven ocean currents. The simulation is based on the mathematical model developed by Ekman. Pure digital simulation is not economical due to excessive computer time required for the solution of the partial differential equations in the model. In the hybrid computer simulation, the ability of the analog. Abstract. Graduation date: A simulation method using a hybrid computer is developed in\ud this dissertation to enhance the study of wind-driven ocean circulation.\ud The simulation is based on the mathematical model developed by\ud Ekman. Two numerical models are used to simulate wind-driven, one-dimensional motion along the axis of the lagoon. Simulated currents from both models are verified using subsurface currents measured m above the bottom in m of water. A one-layer model indicates substantially stronger net flow to the north than does a layer by: 2. A hybrid virtual reality simulation system for wave energy conversion. Int J Comput Eng Res. ;5(6) The platform pitching motion of floating offshore wind turbine: A preliminary unsteady.

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