We present a splitting method for the one-dimensional Saint-Venant-Exner equations used for describing the bed evolution in shallow water systems. We adapt the flux vector splitting approach of Toro and Vazquez-Cend ´ on ´ (2012) and identify one subsystem of conservative equations (advection system) and one of non-conservative equations (pressure system), both having a very simple eigenstructure compared to the full system. The final numerical scheme is constructed using a Godunov-type path-conservative scheme for the pressure system and a simple conservative Godunov method for the advection system and solved following a coupled solution strategy. The resulting first-order accurate method is extended to second order of accuracy in space and time via the ADER approach together with an AENO reconstruction technique. Accuracy, robustness and well-balanced properties of the resulting scheme are assessed through a carefully selected suite of testcases. The scheme is exceedingly simple, accurate and robust as the sophisticated Godunov methods. A distinctive feature of the novel scheme is its flexibility in the choice of the sediment transport closure formula, which makes it particularly attractive for scientific and engineering applications.

A splitting scheme for the coupled Saint-Venant-Exner model / Siviglia, A.; Vanzo, D.; Toro, E. F.. - In: ADVANCES IN WATER RESOURCES. - ISSN 0309-1708. - 159:(2022), pp. 10406201-10406216. [10.1016/j.advwatres.2021.104062]

A splitting scheme for the coupled Saint-Venant-Exner model

Siviglia, A.;Vanzo, D.;Toro, E. F.
2022-01-01

Abstract

We present a splitting method for the one-dimensional Saint-Venant-Exner equations used for describing the bed evolution in shallow water systems. We adapt the flux vector splitting approach of Toro and Vazquez-Cend ´ on ´ (2012) and identify one subsystem of conservative equations (advection system) and one of non-conservative equations (pressure system), both having a very simple eigenstructure compared to the full system. The final numerical scheme is constructed using a Godunov-type path-conservative scheme for the pressure system and a simple conservative Godunov method for the advection system and solved following a coupled solution strategy. The resulting first-order accurate method is extended to second order of accuracy in space and time via the ADER approach together with an AENO reconstruction technique. Accuracy, robustness and well-balanced properties of the resulting scheme are assessed through a carefully selected suite of testcases. The scheme is exceedingly simple, accurate and robust as the sophisticated Godunov methods. A distinctive feature of the novel scheme is its flexibility in the choice of the sediment transport closure formula, which makes it particularly attractive for scientific and engineering applications.
2022
Siviglia, A.; Vanzo, D.; Toro, E. F.
A splitting scheme for the coupled Saint-Venant-Exner model / Siviglia, A.; Vanzo, D.; Toro, E. F.. - In: ADVANCES IN WATER RESOURCES. - ISSN 0309-1708. - 159:(2022), pp. 10406201-10406216. [10.1016/j.advwatres.2021.104062]
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