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Basic Study of Glimm's Algorithm for Green Water Simulation
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Basic Study of Glimm's Algorithm for Green Water Simulation
Han Ju-Chull; Lee Seung-Keun; Lee Gyoung-Woo;
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Experiments revealed that green water phenomena resemble dam-break, in which flow over deck edge forms a vertical wall of water and suddenly falls down into deck. In this paper the dam breaking problems were formulated using Glimm's algorithm, so-rolled, Random Choice method and, several validations were presented.
Glimm's Algorithm;Random Choice Method;Green Water;
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