Stephan T Grilli
Stephan T Grilli
Distinguished Prof. of Ocean Engng. and Prof. of Oceanography, U. of Rhode Island
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A Fully Nonlinear Boussinesq Model for Surface Waves. Part 1. Highly Nonlinear Unsteady Waves
G Wei, J Kirby, ST Grilli, R Subramanya
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 294, 71-92, 1995
A high-order adaptive time-stepping TVD solver for Boussinesq modeling of breaking waves and coastal inundation
F Shi, JT Kirby, JC Harris, JD Geiman, ST Grilli
Ocean Modelling 43, 36-51, 2012
A fully non‐linear model for three‐dimensional overturning waves over an arbitrary bottom
ST Grilli, P Guyenne, F Dias
International journal for numerical methods in fluids 35 (7), 829-867, 2001
Landslide tsunami case studies using a Boussinesq model and a fully nonlinear tsunami generation model
P Watts, ST Grilli, JT Kirby, GJ Fryer, DR Tappin
Natural Hazards And Earth System Science 3 (5), 391-402, 2003
An efficient boundary element method for nonlinear water waves
ST Grilli, J Skourup, IA Svendsen
Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements 6 (2), 97-107, 1989
Breaking criterion and characteristics for solitary waves on slopes
ST Grilli, IA Svendsen, R Subramanya
Journal of Waterway Port Coastal and Ocean Engineering 123 (3), 102-112, 1997
Tsunami generation by submarine mass failure. I: Modeling, experimental validation, and sensitivity analyses
ST Grilli, P Watts
J. Waterway Port Coastal and Ocean Engineering 131 (6), 283-297, 2005
The Papua New Guinea tsunami of 17 July 1998: anatomy of a catastrophic event
DR Tappin, P Watts, ST Grilli
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 8, 243-266, 2008
Source constraints and model simulation of the December 26, 2004, Indian Ocean tsunami
ST Grilli, M Ioualalen, J Asavanant, F Shi, JT Kirby, P Watts
Journal of Waterway, Port, Coastal, and Ocean Engineering 133 (6), 414-428, 2007
Modeling of waves generated by a moving submerged body. Applications to underwater landslides
ST Grilli, P Watts
Engineering Analysis with boundary elements 23 (8), 645-656, 1999
Development of a 3D numerical wave tank for modeling tsunami generation by underwater landslides
ST Grilli, S Vogelmann, P Watts
Engineering analysis with boundary elements 26 (4), 301-313, 2002
Experimental study of tsunami generation by three-dimensional rigid underwater landslides
F Enet, ST Grilli
Journal of waterway, port, coastal, and ocean engineering 133 (6), 442-454, 2007
Did a submarine landslide contribute to the 2011 Tohoku tsunami?
DR Tappin, ST Grilli, JC Harris, RJ Geller, T Masterlark, JT Kirby, F Shi, ...
Marine Geology 357, 344-361, doi: 10.1016/j.margeo.2014.09.0, 2014
Modeling the 26 December 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami: Case study of impact in Thailand
M Ioualalen, J Asavanant, N Kaewbanjak, ST Grilli, JT Kirby, P Watts
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 112 (C7), 2007
Corner problems and global accuracy in the boundary element solution of nonlinear wave flows
ST Grilli, IA Svendsen
Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements 7 (4), 178-195, 1990
Tsunami generation by submarine mass failure. II: Predictive equations and case studies
P Watts, ST Grilli, DR Tappin, GJ Fryer
Journal of waterway, port, coastal, and ocean engineering 131 (6), 298-310, 2005
Numerical generation and absorption of fully nonlinear periodic waves
ST Grilli, J Horrillo
Journal of engineering mechanics 123 (10), 1060-1069, 1997
Shoaling of solitary waves on plane beaches
ST Grilli, R Subramanya, IA Svendsen, J Veeramony
Journal of Waterway Port Coastal and Ocean Engineering 120 (6), 609-628, 1994
Dispersive tsunami waves in the ocean: Model equations and sensitivity to dispersion and Coriolis effects
JT Kirby, F Shi, B Tehranirad, JC Harris, ST Grilli
Ocean Modeling 62, 39-55, 2013
Numerical simulation of the 2011 Tohoku tsunami based on a new transient FEM co-seismic source: Comparison to far-and near-field observations
ST Grilli, JC Harris, TS Tajalli-Bakhsh, TL Masterlark, C Kyriakopoulos, ...
Pure and Applied Geophysics 170, 1333-1359, 2013
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