1. General Model Information

Name: Riverine Model

Acronym: RIVMOD


Main medium: aquatic
Main subject: hydrology
Organization level: Ecosystem, Landscape
Type of model: partial differential equations (1D)
Main application: research
Keywords: river, watershed, flow, hydrodynamics, estuary

Contact:

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Phone:
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email: somewhere@nowhere.domain

Author(s):

Hosseinipour, E.Z. and J.L. Martin

Abstract:

RIVMOD is a one-dimensional hydrodynamic model available from but not supported by the USEPA Center for Exposure Assessment Modeling, Athens, GA. RIVMOD is a numerical, hydrodynamic and sediment transport RIVerine MODel that describes the longitudinal distributions of flows and sediment concentrations in a one-dimensional waterbody through time. The hydrodynamic sub-model can be run independently of the sediment transport sub-model where only flow computations are required. However, the hydrodynamic sub-model must be run along with the sediment transport submodel where variations in cross-sectional geometry due to scour, deposition and transport of sediment are to be predicted. The primary criteria for selecting this model is the need to describe spatially varying flows and/or sediments in a waterbody through time. The model is applicable to rivers, streams, tidal estuaries, reservoirs and other waterbodies where the one-dimensional assumptions is appropriate. (Source: www.esm.versar.com/emlimes/desc/rivmod.txt


II. Technical Information

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III. Mathematical Information


III.1 Mathematics

RIVMOD Model Theory[PS]
(This is part of LWWM User's Manual, see: Linked Watershed Waterbody Model pp. 183-189

III.2 Quantities


III.2.1 Input

III.2.2 Output


IV. References

Hosseinipour, E.Z. and J.L. Martin. 1990. RIVMOD: A One-Dimensional Hydrodynamic and Sediment Transport Model. Model Theory and User's Manual.
(Draft - contact CEAM for further information)



V. Further information in the World-Wide-Web


VI. Additional remarks

see also:
Evaluation of Sediment Transport Models and Comparative Application of two Watershed Models. by Latif Kalin and Muhammed M. Hantush
Last review of this document by: : Sun May 16 10:21:28 2004
Status of the document: Contributed by Joachim Benz
last modified by Joachim Benz Sun May 16 11:33:47 CEST 2004

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