Sea level computations of the Baltic with a 20–canal model

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Svansson, Arthur ; Szaron, Jan (2011)

The Kattegat, the Belt Sea and the Baltic are treated as a branch system of one-dimensional canals with homogeneous water. Sea levels and water transports are computed from the hydrodynamical equations including terms of acceleration, wind stress, air pressure, tidal acceleration and friction. Some non-linearities are also included. The computations are made numerically by means of an explicit model, the timestep being 15 minutes. The computations are concentrated to a case, August 1–5, 1964, when there was an international cooperation in exploring the Baltic.DOI: 10.1111/j.2153-3490.1975.tb01713.x
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