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Research products associated with the research group of Prof. Ben R. Hodges and his students. Center for Water and the Environment, University of Texas at Austin
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Jun 19, 2020 - Trinity River Delta Hydrodynamic Model (TDHM)
Li, Zhi; Hodges, Ben R.; Passalacqua, Paola, 2020, "Building the Trinity River Delta Hydrodynamic Model",, Texas Data Repository, V1
The Trinity River Delta Hydrodynamic Model (TDHM) has been constructed under a contract with the Texas Water Development Board based on prior work with the Nueces Delta Hydrodynamic Model (NDHM) and a new Fine Resolution Environmental Hydrodynamics Model written in C (FrehdC). Th...
Trinity River Delta Hydrodynamic Model (TDHM)(University of Texas at Austin)
Jun 19, 2020
Development of Trinity River Hydrodynamic Model (TDHM) for the Texas Water Development Board
May 14, 2020 - PipeAC
Hodges, Ben R., 2020, "PipeAC code and supporting data",, Texas Data Repository, V1
PipeAC code and supporting data for PipeAC model for the manuscript "An artificial compressibility method for 1D simulation of open-channel and pressurized-pipe flow".
PipeAC(University of Texas at Austin)
May 14, 2020Saint-Venant 1D hydrodynamic models
Artificial compressibility model for free-surface and surcharged pipe flow using Saint-Venant equations. PipeAC code is Python 3.7 scripting. Code is published as public domain software. Scripts for analysis and model results are provided.
Nov 18, 2019 - Oil spill physics and modeling
Hodges, Ben, 2019, "Extending and improving Texas bay/estuary oil spill simulations",, Texas Data Repository, V1
The Hydrodynamic Oil Spill--Python (HyosPy) system is an integrated modeling system that combines the latest weather forecast with multiple hydrodynamic models and oil spill models that, in a conventional operating mode, can be used to provide predictions of oil spill particle tr...
Oil spill physics and modeling(University of Texas at Austin)
Nov 18, 2019
Research on oil spill physics and modeling conducted by Ben R. Hodges and collaborators
Sep 23, 2019 - ReferenceSlope
Yu, Cheng-Wei; Hodges, Ben R.; Liu, Frank, 2019, "Test case data for Reference Slope study with HEC-RAS and SPRNT-RS",, Texas Data Repository, V1
Files for running SPRNT-RS and HEC-RAS on simulation test cases used in the manuscript Yu, Hodges and Liu (2019) "Numerical Modeling of the Saint-Venant Equations: Effects and Adaptions for Bottom Slope Discontinuity".
Sep 20, 2019 - ReferenceSlope
Yu, Cheng-Wei; Hodges, Ben R.; Liu, Frank, 2019, "Evaluation of the performance of the Reference Slope (RS) Method in Simulation Program for River Network (SPRNT)",, Texas Data Repository, V1
The reference slope (RS) method has been proposed to resolve and eliminate possible numerical oscillation caused by the non-Lipschitz continuous source term in the Saint-Venant equations. The primary descriptions of the RS methods are found in Yu et. al. (2019). This technical re...
ReferenceSlope(University of Texas at Austin)
Sep 20, 2019Saint-Venant 1D hydrodynamic models
Reference slope method for treating bottom slope in Saint-Venant solutions of 1D channel flow.
Jul 10, 2019 - SvePy Waller Creek test case output
Hodges, Ben R., 2019, "outtxt_WallerCreek_momentumjump_T00_Coarse_20190510_restart",, Texas Data Repository, V1
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