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Numerical simulation of wave overtopping over a smooth impermeable sea dike
Troch, P.; De Rouck, J.; Schüttrumpf, H. (2002). Numerical simulation of wave overtopping over a smooth impermeable sea dike, in: Rahman, M. et al. (Ed.) Advances in fluid mechanics IV. International series on advances in fluid mechanics, 32: pp. 715-724
In: Rahman, M.; Verhoeven, R.; Brebbia, C.A. (Ed.) (2002). Advances in fluid mechanics IV. International series on advances in fluid mechanics, 32. WIT Press: Southampton, UK. ISBN 1-85312-910-0. 760 pp., meer
In: International series on advances in fluid mechanics. ISSN 1353-808x, meer

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Abstract
    The main objective of the paper is to compare the results of numerical simulations of the wave overtopping over a smooth impermeable sea dike. Four different numerical models have been used. One model, ODIFLOCS, is a one-dimensional model based on the non-linear shallow water equations. The three other models, VOFbreak2, SKYLLA and 2D-HYDROTUR, are two-dimensional models based on the Navier-Stokes equations and the Volume-Of-Fluid (VOF) method for treating the free surface configuration. Physical model data of the sea dike, including measurements of layer thickness, discharge, cumulative overtopping volume and average overtopping rate, have been used as validation reference data. The numerical results from the four models are presented and compared with particular attention to the average overtopping rates. Recommendations are given for further improvements of the numerical simulation.

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