Georges Kesserwani
Georges Kesserwani
University of Sheffield, Newcastle University, University of Strasbourg
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A 2D shallow flow model for practical dam-break simulations
Y Wang, Q Liang, G Kesserwani, JW Hall
Journal of Hydraulic Research 49 (3), 307-316, 2011
982011
Well-balanced RKDG2 solutions to the shallow water equations over irregular domains with wetting and drying
G Kesserwani, Q Liang
Computers & Fluids 39 (10), 2040-2050, 2010
592010
Simulation of subcritical flow at open-channel junction
G Kesserwani, R Ghostine, J Vazquez, R Mosé, M Abdallah, A Ghenaim
Advances in Water Resources 31 (2), 287-297, 2008
512008
Locally limited and fully conserved RKDG2 shallow water solutions with wetting and drying
G Kesserwani, Q Liang
Journal of scientific computing 50 (1), 120-144, 2012
492012
A discontinuous Galerkin algorithm for the two-dimensional shallow water equations
G Kesserwani, Q Liang
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 199 (49-52), 3356-3368, 2010
442010
Dynamically adaptive grid based discontinuous Galerkin shallow water model
G Kesserwani, Q Liang
Advances in water resources 37, 23-39, 2012
412012
Application of a second‐order Runge–Kutta discontinuous Galerkin scheme for the shallow water equations with source terms
G Kesserwani, R Ghostine, J Vazquez, A Ghenaim, R Mosé
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids 56 (7), 805-821, 2008
402008
Experimental calibration and validation of sewer/surface flow exchange equations in steady and unsteady flow conditions
M Rubinato, R Martins, G Kesserwani, J Leandro, S Djordjević, ...
Journal of Hydrology 552, 421-432, 2017
362017
Well‐balancing issues related to the RKDG2 scheme for the shallow water equations
G Kesserwani, Q Liang, J Vazquez, R Mosé
International journal for numerical methods in fluids 62 (4), 428-448, 2010
332010
Simulation of supercritical flow in crossroads: Confrontation of a 2D and 3D numerical approaches to experimental results
R Ghostine, G Kesserwani, J Vazquez, N Rivière, A Ghenaim, R Mose
Computers & fluids 38 (2), 425-432, 2009
322009
New approach for predicting flow bifurcation at right-angled open-channel junction
G Kesserwani, J Vazquez, N Rivière, Q Liang, G Travin, R Mosé
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 136 (9), 662-668, 2010
312010
A conservative high‐order discontinuous Galerkin method for the shallow water equations with arbitrary topography
G Kesserwani, Q Liang
International journal for numerical methods in engineering 86 (1), 47-69, 2011
282011
Topography discretization techniques for Godunov-type shallow water numerical models: a comparative study
G Kesserwani
Journal of Hydraulic Research 51 (4), 351-367, 2013
262013
Discontinuous Galerkin flood model formulation: Luxury or necessity?
G Kesserwani, Y Wang
Water Resources Research 50 (8), 6522-6541, 2014
242014
A positivity-preserving zero-inertia model for flood simulation
Y Wang, Q Liang, G Kesserwani, JW Hall
Computers & Fluids 46 (1), 505-511, 2011
242011
Validation of 2D shock capturing flood models around a surcharging manhole
R Martins, G Kesserwani, M Rubinato, S Lee, J Leandro, S Djordjević, ...
Urban Water Journal 14 (9), 892-899, 2017
212017
Haar wavelet-based adaptive finite volume shallow water solver
DA Haleem, G Kesserwani, D Caviedes-Voullième
Journal of Hydroinformatics 17 (6), 857-873, 2015
212015
Multiwavelet-based grid adaptation with discontinuous Galerkin schemes for shallow water equations
N Gerhard, D Caviedes-Voullième, S Müller, G Kesserwani
Journal of Computational Physics 301, 265–288, 2015
212015
RKDG2 shallow-water solver on non-uniform grids with local time steps: Application to 1D and 2D hydrodynamics
G Kesserwani, Q Liang
Applied Mathematical Modelling 39 (3-4), 1317-1340, 2015
212015
Riemann solvers with runge–kutta discontinuous galerkin schemes for the 1d shallow water equations
G Kesserwani, R Ghostine, J Vazquez, A Ghenaim, R Mosé
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 134 (2), 243-255, 2008
202008
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