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An axisymmetric hydrodynamical model: model code and data. Hilgersom, Koen (Developer); Zijlema, Marcel (Author); van de Giesen, Nick (Author). 2016. Delft : Delft University of Technology.

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title = "An axisymmetric hydrodynamical model: model code and data",
abstract = "An axisymmetric hydrodynamic modelling approach was developed and implemented for a salt and heat transport model. This data set presents the source code and several model results for test cases involving double-diffusion. The axisymmetric model is built by extending the 2DV solution procedure of the SWASH hydrodynamic model, which is briefly introduced in this document. The added terms are derived in an accompanying article (under review).",
keywords = "axisymmetric model, SWASH, salt transport, numerical modelling, non-hydrostatic model, heat transport, CFD modelling",
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