Parallelization of the WASH123D Code—Phase III: 1-Dimensional Channel, 2-Dimensional Overland, and 3-Dimensional Subsurface Flows

Jing-Ru Cheng Cheng, Robert Hunter, Hwai-Ping Cheng, David Richards & Jing-Ru Cheng Cheng
Watershed models are used to simulate and predict major hydrological processes, such as surface or subsurface flows, which may occur on different spatial domains and temporal scales. A key feature of watershed models is the ability to model interactions among different processes and domains. Such interactions can be strongly or weakly coupled depending on the relevant time scales for each process. WASH123D is a first-principles, physics-based model for simulating a coupled system of channel flow,...
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