Robert A. Dalrymple

Affiliations: 
Civil Engineering Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 
Area:
Civil Engineering, Geological Engineering
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Robert Dean grad student University of Florida (Oceanography Tree)

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James T. Kirby Jr. grad student 1979-1983 University of Delaware (Oceanography Tree)
Shan Zou grad student 2007 Johns Hopkins
Muthukumar S. Narayanaswamy grad student 2009 Johns Hopkins
Varjola Nelko grad student 2012 Johns Hopkins
Younes Nouri grad student 2013 Johns Hopkins
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Wei Z, Dalrymple RA, Rustico E, et al. (2016) Simulation of nearshore tsunami breaking by smoothed particle hydrodynamics method Journal of Waterway, Port, Coastal and Ocean Engineering. 142
Wei Z, Dalrymple RA, Hérault A, et al. (2015) SPH modeling of dynamic impact of tsunami bore on bridge piers Coastal Engineering
Cercos-Pita JL, Dalrymple RA, Herault A. (2015) Diffusive terms for the conservation of mass equation in SPH Applied Mathematical Modelling
De Padova D, Dalrymple RA, Mossa M. (2014) Analysis of the artificial viscosity in the smoothed particle hydrodynamics modelling of regular waves Journal of Hydraulic Research. 52: 836-848
Farahani RJ, Dalrymple RA, Hérault A, et al. (2014) Three-dimensional SPH modeling of a bar/rip channel system Journal of Waterway, Port, Coastal and Ocean Engineering. 140: 82-99
Farahani RJ, Dalrymple RA. (2014) Three-dimensional reversed horseshoe vortex structures under broken solitary waves Coastal Engineering. 91: 261-279
Nouri Y, Dalrymple RA, Igusa T. (2014) Decomposing damped incident and reflected waves using correlation and quasi-linearization methods Coastal Engineering. 91: 181-190
Farahani RJ, Dalrymple RA. (2014) Numerical modelingofvortex structures underabroken solitary wave using Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics method Proceedings of the Coastal Engineering Conference. 2014
Wu JS, Zhang H, Yang R, et al. (2013) Numerical modeling of dam-break flood through intricate city layouts including underground spaces using GPU-based SPH method Journal of Hydrodynamics. 25: 818-828
Wu J, Zhang H, Dalrymple RA. (2013) Simulating dam-break flooding with floating objects through intricate city layouts using GPU-based SPH method Lecture Notes in Engineering and Computer Science. 3: 1755-1760
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