PHOENICS in Environmental Flows. A Review of Applications at SMHI
A number of applications of the PHOENICS computer code to environmental flows are described. The purpose of the paper is to review these applications and to evaluate the potential of PHOENICS in environmental flows.
The general conclusion from the paper is that PHOENICS is a powerful code also for environmental flows. To assist further development of the code, attention is drawn to some basic features of environmental flows, for which PHOENICS, in its present form, is not well suited.
KeywordsPorosity Stratification Smoke Maki Hydrostat
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