Steady States and Well-balanced Schemes for Shallow Water Moment Equations with Topography

by   Julian Koellermeier, et al.

In this paper, we investigate steady states of shallow water moment equations including bottom topographies. We derive a new hyperbolic shallow water moment model based on linearized moment equations that allows for a simple assessment of the steady states. After proving hyperbolicity of the new model, the steady states are fully identified. A well-balanced scheme is adopted to the specific structure of the new model and allows to preserve the steady states in numerical simulations.


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