Lee, J.; Yoo, C., and Lee, J.L., 2014. Introduction to automated system in HAECUM (HAEundae Current Model.
Wave-induced currents must be predicted for the sake of public safety, and coastal flows and waves are produced at each time step and each grid point by means of a systematic interface of the hydrodynamic and wave models. The flow velocity is influenced by the tides, wave-induced currents, and free surface flow from the waves, and a forecasting system has been written into a software package called the Haeundae Current Model (HAECUM) in order to provide a user-friendly simulation tool for end-users. The HAECUM system has been written in a modular manner with two sub-models: a wave model that uses radiation stress and a current model. The flow velocity and the water level resulting from the tide-induced combined flow are determined by solving depth-integrated equations of mass and motion, and the forcing terms in this model include the surface pressure, surface shear stress due to wind, bottom friction, Coriolis effects, and tide potential. The radiation stresses are used as feedback for the the circulation model to calculate the wave-induced current.