Hydrodynamic Modeling at the University of Oklahoma

07/20/04..... Added TechReport0402.pdf to the Technical Reports page. Updated Kendra Dresback's page, including a birthday slideshow. Updated the pulldown menus to reflect the new link to the ADCIRC Grid Database.

05/19/04..... Added six new pictures to Chris Szpilka's page. Added a new picture to Dr. Randall Kolar's page.

05/17/04..... Added CMWRXIIIPaper1.pdf, CMWRXIIIPaper2.pdf, CMWRXIIIPaper3.pdf, CMWRXIIIPaper4.pdf, CMWRXIIPaper.pdf, CMWRXIPaper.pdf, and CMWRXPaper.pdf to the Conference Reports section. Also added TechReport0401.pdf to the Technical Reports section.

05/14/04..... Completed the transition to this new server. Please let us know if you encounter any broken links.

Welcome to the Web site for hydrodynamic modeling at the University of Oklahoma. Please make selections from the menu (above) to navigate the site. You will find information about us, our research, and how it can affect you.

The focus of our research is ADCIRC (or ADvanced CIRCulation), a finite-element hydrodynamic computer model capable of simulating water behavior in oceans, lakes, and estuaries. The model has a variety of applications: predicting storm surge inundations, coordinating naval fleet operations, producing tidal charts in coastal areas, etc. It is used by people around the world. Our group works on model development, including current research in transport, momentum calculations, and parallel computing. More information can be found in the Research section.

Please check the Contact section for that information, or contact the webmaster directly at caseydietrich@ou.edu.