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[[de: Mathematisches Verfahren DELFT3D]]
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=Explanations=
==Short Description==
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Variance of current velocity within the period of data analysis. Computed for permanently flooded areas only.
The integrated modelling system Delft3D was designed to deal with many different physical, chemical and biological processes in estuaries and coastal seas. The system can be used for the following areas of application:
 
  
* hydrodynamics,
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=Examples=
* waves,
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* sediment transport in the water column as well as at the bottom,
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! width="100%" | variance of current velocity
* morphological evolution of the bottom,
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* water quality,
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|[[File:LzkvBspVar.png|center|800px|Variance of current velocity within the period of data analysis.]]
* particle tracking for water quality and
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* ecology.
 
  
All processes can be simulated in a two- as well as three-dimensional way, which means that vertical differences within the water column are either resolved (3d) or not (2d).
 
  
Beyond simulation of the above mentioned processes, the integrated modelling system Delft3D does also provide methods for grid and bathymetry generation, graphic display, data analysis as well as data extraction. Some components are already integrated with GIS.
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=Closely related quantities=
==Further informations==
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* [[Example figures: standard deviation of current velocity|standard deviation of current velocity]]
More detailed information concerning the integrated modelling system Delft3D is available on the internet under [http://delftsoftware.wldelft.nl/ http://www.wldelft.nl/d3d/].
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Latest revision as of 07:48, 16 September 2014

Explanations

Variance of current velocity within the period of data analysis. Computed for permanently flooded areas only.

Examples

variance of current velocity
Variance of current velocity within the period of data analysis.


Closely related quantities



back to Characteristic Numbers of Current Velocity (independent of tides)