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Ho = 0) the right hand side of the equation is zero and the obtained equation is a strong conservative form of the Saint-Venant equations. It is worthwhile mentioning that the Saint-Venant equations have many conservative forms expressing the conservation of mass, energy, discharge rate, velocity, etc. (Ambrosi, 1995). Any two of the conservative forms are equivalent to one another, except for the case when shocks (bores) are involved. 19). However, routing of flow was an important task for engineers, therefore different methods, of varying complexity, were developed for flow routing and especially for determining the flood peak arrival and value, at a certain point of interest.
As mentioned, the fluid flow can be expressed mathematically by the use of four equations. The first equation, referred to as the continuity equation, is a mass balance, requiring that the mass of fluid entering a fixed control volume either leaves that volume or accumulates within the volume. The obtained equation is a scalar equation. The other three equations used to describe the fluid flow are the three forms of the momentum equation, on the three directions of space (x, y, z), which represents a ‘momentum balance’, being the equivalent of Newton’s second law (force equals mass times acceleration).
This expression is obtained by differentiating the continuity equation with respect to distance and substituting it in the momentum equation. 31) The obtained equation is called the convection–diffusion equation and describes the advection of material directly with the flow, while there is a diffusion of material from a higher concentration to a lower concentration. 31), such as the Muskingum–Cunge method (Cunge, 1969), the zero-inertial solution (Strelkoff and Katapodes, 1977) or parabolic and backwater (Todini and Bossi, 1986).