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Figure 1 hereinbelow illustrates a TELEMAC-3D three-dimensional mesh. Figure 1 hereinbelow illustrates a TELEMAC-3D three-dimensional mesh.
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===== 3. THE INPUTS / OUTPUTS ===== ===== 3. THE INPUTS / OUTPUTS =====
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​ZSTAR%R(3)=1.D0    ​ZSTAR%R(3)=1.D0

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-(a) 1 sigma 2 : zstar (b) 3 : fixed horizontal level (c) 4 : horizontal levels +
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-Figure 2 : Effect of the MESH TRANSFORMATION keyword ​. +
-(example after the TELEMAC-3D case study of the hydraulic jump)+

For a better representation of the densimetric stratification areas (thermoclines,​ halocline and/or For a better representation of the densimetric stratification areas (thermoclines,​ halocline and/or
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* the points belonging either to the free surface or the bottom (refer to Fig. 3).   * the points belonging either to the free surface or the bottom (refer to Fig. 3).

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-Figure 3 The various boundaries in TELEMAC-3D (bridge piers case study)+

By default, TELEMAC-3D automatically handles all the surface and bottom points which do not By default, TELEMAC-3D automatically handles all the surface and bottom points which do not
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The graph below shows the variations of the mixing length for the various models. The graph below shows the variations of the mixing length for the various models.

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-Figure 4 Mixing lengths versus depth.+

In the presence of a vertical density gradient, the environment stability (respectively the instability) In the presence of a vertical density gradient, the environment stability (respectively the instability)
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becomes higher for the velocities than for the mass. becomes higher for the velocities than for the mass.

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-Figure 5 Munk and Anderson damping function.+

=== 5.2.3. SMAGORINSKY (HORIZONTAL MODEL) === === 5.2.3. SMAGORINSKY (HORIZONTAL MODEL) ===