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Jeudi 7 janvier
This seminar will provide an overview, tailored to a multi-disciplinary audience, of the author’s over 20 year experience with developing two- and
three-dimensional fully nonlinear wave models solving inviscid Euler equations
(mostly based on Boundary Integral Equation methods) and their more recent
coupling to full Navier-Stokes models. The talk will be illustrated with a series
of application including nonlinear wave shoaling/overturning and breaking in
nearshore areas, the formation of freak waves, the generation of tsunamis by
underwater landslides, and wave-induced bottom boundary layers and sediment suspension and transport.
A series of more fundamental (i.e., equations, physics at play) as well numerical (solution algorithm, implementation, convergence/accuracy) aspects of the
problems will be presented as well.
The author’s related publications can be found at :