Applying microprocessor analysis methods to river network modelling

@article{Liu2014ApplyingMA,
  title={Applying microprocessor analysis methods to river network modelling},
  author={Frank Liu and Ben R. Hodges},
  journal={Environmental Modelling and Software},
  year={2014},
  volume={52},
  pages={234-252}
}
This paper describes the Simulation Program for River Networks (SPRINT) that is proposed as a tool for studying Continental River Dynamics (CRD), the solution of physics-based equations for large-scale river networks. Existing coupled hydrologic/hydraulic models have been unable to solve the full Saint-Venant equations for river networks larger than O(10) elements, but continental scales require 10 to 10 elements. The new model solves the full nonlinear Saint-Venant equations for one… CONTINUE READING
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