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Streamflow and precipitation data assimilation into the National Water Model : an investigative study for statewide flood forecasting
Flooding is a dangerous natural disaster that poses risk to property and personal safety world-wide. The state of Texas is especially vulnerable to floods; a region known as “Flash flood Alley” runs through central Texas, ...
VISVE, a vorticity based model applied to 2-D hydrofoils in cavitating conditions
In this study, the VIScous Vorticity Equation (VISVE) method was applied to predict flow around 2-D hydrofoils in cavitating conditions. The DIVergence of velocity Equation (DIVE) was added to extend the method to compressible ...
Introducing environmental justice dimensions into grid planning models via air pollution modeling to develop equitable decarbonization pathways
Grid planning models are key tools for strategizing pathways to decarbonize energy systems. Historically, these capacity expansion models have focused on optimizing for least-cost solutions subject to operational constraints ...
Declining household plumbing in certain Alaskan census-designated and incorporated places
Water service via in-home plumbing has long been established in the majority of homes in the US; however, notably, some communities throughout the US do not have widespread, complete, and operational plumbing in all ...