Application of POM and IDOR hydrodynamic models in the nearshore areas of North Crete

TitleApplication of POM and IDOR hydrodynamic models in the nearshore areas of North Crete
Publication TypeConference Publication
Year of Publication1994
AuthorsTsanis, IK, Shen H, Dounas C, Eleftheriou A
Conference NameInternational Conference on Hydraulic Engineering Software, Hydrosoft, Proceedings
Pages91 - 98
Date Published1994///
Abstract

The two dimensional hydrodynamic components (external mode) of the Princeton oceanic model (POM) and the hydrodynamic model IDOR are applied to the nearshore areas of North Crete to describe the wind-induced depth-averaged currents and transports under different environmental conditions. Model runs were carried for different directions at different wind speeds. Simulation results indicate that POM does not perform as well as IDOR in cases of very steep bottom topography. The difference is attributed to the formulation of the governing equations in terms of velocity (POM) and water transport (IDOR).

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