A two-way nested coupled tide-surge model for the Taiwan Strait

  title={A two-way nested coupled tide-surge model for the Taiwan Strait},
  author={Wen-Zhou Zhanga and Hua-Sheng Honga and Shao-Ping Shanga and De-Wen Chenb and Fei Chaic},
  • Wen-Zhou Zhanga, Hua-Sheng Honga, +2 authors Fei Chaic
  • Published 2007
A two-way nested coupled tide-surge prediction model was established and applied in the Taiwan Strait and adjacent sea area in this study. This two-dimensional (2D) model had a fine horizontal resolution and took into account the interaction between storm surges and astronomical tides, which made it suitable for depicting the complicated physical properties of storm surges in the Taiwan Strait. A two-way nesting technique and an open boundary condition developed from Flather’s radiation… CONTINUE READING


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