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Water Waves:
Theory, Simulations & Experiments
A Communication Between Mathematics & Engineering
 

March 13, 2016

R202, Astronomy-Mathematics Building, NTU

Invited Speakers:
Jerry L. Bona (University of Illinois at Chicago)
Hongqiu Chen (University of Memphis)
Wen-Kai Weng (National Taiwan Ocean University)
Chin-Yun Yueh (National Taiwan Ocean University)
Tso-Ren Wu (National Central University)
Cheng Lin (National Chung Hsing University)

Organizers:
Chun-Hsiung Hsia (National Taiwan University)
Juan-Ming Yuan (Providence University)
I-Liang Chern (Institute of Applied Mathematical Sciences, National Taiwan University)

 
 
Goal of the workshop:
 
 
The goal of this workshop intends to provide a bridge/forum for mathematicians and experts in fluid mechanics, especially in water waves. One could do experiments in laboratories but the cost is huge. To save costs, one could apply mathematical models to run simulations on computers. Then one could do verification and validation. The topics of this workshop includes shoaling solitary waves, bore propagation, wave energy, wave scattering, moving boulders and initial-boundary problems.
 
 
Program:
 
 
 
09:30-10:00 Registration
 
10:00-10:10 Open Session
 
10:10-11:00 Jerry L. Bona
 
Water Wave Theory and Experiments
 
11:10-12:00 Cheng Lin
 
Vortex Structures Underlying Free Surfaces of Shoaling Solitary Wave and Dam-break Generated Bore Propagating over Sloping Bottoms
 
12:00-13:30 Lunch
 
13:30-14:20 W. K. Weng
 
Wave energy focusing induced by submerged crescent plate
 
14:30-15:20 Ching-Yun Yueh
 
Wave scattering by submerged composite wavy plate breakwaters
 
15:20-15:40 Coffee Break
 
15:40-16:30 Tso-Ren Wu
 
3D Numerical Schemes for Solving Nonlinear Moving Solid and Bingham Flow Problems
 
16:40-17:30 Hongqiu Chen
 
Initial-boundary Problems
 
 
 
Please refer to: Title  & abstract
 
 
 
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NCTS
 

Contact: Peggy Lee,peggylee@ncts.ntu.edu.tw, 02-3366-8815

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