His scientific interests lie mostly in Turbulence, Mechanics, Turbulence kinetic energy, K-epsilon turbulence model and Meteorology. His Turbulence study also includes fields such as
His studies deal with areas such as Classical mechanics, Surface wave, Particulates, Dissipation and Wedge as well as Turbulence kinetic energy. K-epsilon turbulence model is a component of his K-omega turbulence model and Reynolds stress equation model studies. His Meteorology study which covers Buoyancy that intersects with Residual, Circulation, Thermocline and Stokes drift.
Hans Burchard focuses on Oceanography, Turbulence, Mechanics, Stratification and Meteorology. Hans Burchard interconnects Mixed layer and Boundary layer in the investigation of issues within Turbulence. While the research belongs to areas of Mechanics, Hans Burchard spends his time largely on the problem of Advection, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Total variation diminishing.
His research in Stratification intersects with topics in Wind stress, Climatology, Wind direction and Dissipation. The Meteorology study which covers Discretization that intersects with Pressure gradient and Applied mathematics. His K-epsilon turbulence model research focuses on K-omega turbulence model in particular.
Hans Burchard mainly focuses on Oceanography, Estuary, Mixing, Flow and Atmospheric sciences. His Oceanography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Sediment and Ecosystem. His Estuary research incorporates themes from Gravitation, Water column, Particulates and Wind forcing.
His Flow study results in a more complete grasp of Mechanics. His study looks at the intersection of Atmospheric sciences and topics like Residual with Distribution and Shallow water equations. His Estuarine water circulation research incorporates elements of Hydrology, Inlet, Inflow and Baroclinity.
Hans Burchard spends much of his time researching Oceanography, Estuarine water circulation, Estuary, Sediment and Inlet. His research integrates issues of Deposition, Sediment transport, Ecosystem and Silt in his study of Oceanography. His work in Estuarine water circulation addresses subjects such as Baroclinity, which are connected to disciplines such as Seawater, Inflow and Flow.
His Estuary study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Gravitation, Density gradient, Geophysics and Turbulence modeling. He combines subjects such as Buoyancy, Curvature, Wind direction and Tidal atlas with his study of Inlet. His study brings together the fields of Water column and Turbulence.
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A generic length-scale equation for geophysical turbulence models
L. Umlauf;H. Burchard.
Journal of Marine Research (2003)
Second-order turbulence closure models for geophysical boundary layers. A review of recent work
Lars Umlauf;Hans Burchard.
Continental Shelf Research (2005)
Comparative Analysis of Four Second-Moment Turbulence Closure Models for the Oceanic Mixed Layer
Hans Burchard;Karsten Bolding.
Journal of Physical Oceanography (2001)
Applied Turbulence Modelling in Marine Waters
The Formation of Estuarine Turbidity Maxima Due to Density Effects in the Salt Wedge. A Hydrodynamic Process Study
Hans Burchard;Helmut Baumert.
Journal of Physical Oceanography (1998)
On the performance of a mixed‐layer model based on the κ‐ε turbulence closure
Hans Burchard;Helmut Baumert.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1995)
Comparing the performance of the Mellor‐Yamada and the κ‐ε two‐equation turbulence models
Hans Burchard;Ole Petersen;Tom P. Rippeth.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1998)
Vertical mixing in the Baltic Sea and consequences for eutrophication - A review
Jan Hinrich Reissmann;Hans Burchard;Rainer Feistel;Eberhard Hagen.
Progress in Oceanography (2009)
Application of k-ϵ turbulence models to enclosed basins: The role of internal seiches
Gerrit-Hein Goudsmit;Hans Burchard;Frank Peeters;Alfred Wüest.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2002)
Models of turbulence in the marine environment —a comparative study of two-equation turbulence models
Hans Burchard;Ole Petersen.
Journal of Marine Systems (1999)
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