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The transport of conservative and suspended matter in fluid flows is a phenomenon of Lagrangian nature because the process is usually convection dominant. Nearly all numerical investigations of such problems use an Eulerian formulation for the convenience that the computational grids are fixed in space and because the vast majority of field data are collected in an Eulerian reference frame. Several examples are given in this paper to illustrate a modeling approach which combines the advantages of both the Eulerian and Lagrangian computational techniques.
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EULER-LAGRANGIAN COMPUTATIONS IN ESTUARINE HYDRODYNAMICS.
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Numerical Methods in Laminar and Turbulent Flow, Proceedings of the Third International Conference.