A perfectly matched layer approach to the linearized shallow water equations models
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A limited-area model of linearized shallow water equations (SWE) on an f-plane for a rectangular domain is considered. The rectangular domain is extended to include the so-called perfectly matched layer (PML) as an absorbing boundary condition. Following the proponent of the original method, the equations are obtained in this layer by splitting the shallow water equations in the coordinate directions and introducing the absorption coefficients. The performance of the PML as an absorbing boundary treatment is demonstrated using a commonly employed bell-shaped Gaussian initially introduced at the center of the rectangular physical domain.
Monthly Weather Review, 132 No.6, (2004), 1369 – 1378.
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