Fengyan Shi
Fengyan Shi
Professor, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Delaware
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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
Shock-capturing non-hydrostatic model for fully dispersive surface wave processes
G Ma, F Shi, JT Kirby
Ocean Modelling 43, 22-35, 2012
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
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, 2014
Boussinesq modeling of longshore currents
Q Chen, JT Kirby, RA Dalrymple, F Shi, EB Thornton
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 108 (C11), 2003
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
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 Modelling 62, 39-55, 2013
A nearshore model to investigate the effects of seagrass bed geometry on wave attenuation and suspended sediment transport
SN Chen, LP Sanford, EW Koch, F Shi, EW North
Estuaries and Coasts 30, 296-310, 2007
Numerical study of turbulence and wave damping induced by vegetation canopies
G Ma, JT Kirby, SF Su, J Figlus, F Shi
Coastal Engineering 80, 68-78, 2013
A fully nonlinear Boussinesq model in generalized curvilinear coordinates
F Shi, RA Dalrymple, JT Kirby, Q Chen, A Kennedy
Coastal Engineering 42 (4), 337-358, 2001
Numerical simulation of tsunami waves generated by deformable submarine landslides
G Ma, JT Kirby, F Shi
Ocean Modelling 69, 146-165, 2013
A two-layer granular landslide model for tsunami wave generation: Theory and computation
G Ma, JT Kirby, TJ Hsu, F Shi
Ocean Modelling 93, 40-55, 2015
Inter-model analysis of tsunami-induced coastal currents
PJ Lynett, K Gately, R Wilson, L Montoya, D Arcas, B Aytore, Y Bai, ...
Ocean Modelling 114, 14-32, 2017
Tide‐surge interaction intensified by the Taiwan Strait
WZ Zhang, F Shi, HS Hong, SP Shang, JT Kirby
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 115 (C6), 2010
The response of three main beach types to tropical storms in South China
H Qi, F Cai, G Lei, H Cao, F Shi
Marine Geology 275 (1-4), 244-254, 2010
Modeling coastal tsunami hazard from submarine mass failures: effect of slide rheology, experimental validation, and case studies off the US East Coast
ST Grilli, M Shelby, O Kimmoun, G Dupont, D Nicolsky, G Ma, JT Kirby, ...
Natural hazards 86, 353-391, 2017
A polydisperse two‐fluid model for surf zone bubble simulation
G Ma, F Shi, JT Kirby
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 116 (C5), 2011
Modeling wave effects on storm surge and coastal inundation
G Wu, F Shi, JT Kirby, B Liang, J Shi
Coastal Engineering 140, 371-382, 2018
Modeling of SMF tsunami hazard along the upper US East Coast: detailed impact around Ocean City, MD
ST Grilli, C O’reilly, JC Harris, TT Bakhsh, B Tehranirad, S Banihashemi, ...
Natural Hazards 76, 705-746, 2015
Hydrodynamic and sediment transport modeling of N ew R iver I nlet (NC) under the interaction of tides and waves
JL Chen, TJ Hsu, F Shi, B Raubenheimer, S Elgar
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 120 (6), 4028-4047, 2015
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