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Main Title Developing a Hydro-Quality Simulation Model.
Author Dixo, Neal P. ; Hendrick, David W. ; Hube, A. Leon ; Bagle, Jay M. ;
CORP Author Utah Water Research Lab., Logan.
Year Published 1970
Report Number PRWG-67-1; FWQA-16090-DWR; 09740,; 16090-DWR-06/70
Stock Number PB-194 065
Additional Subjects ( River basins ; Models) ; ( Water use ; Simulation) ; Computer programming ; Water quality ; Water pollution ; Water treatment ; Dams ; Dissolved gases ; Systems analysis ; Biochemical oxygen demand ; Salinity ; Fluid flow ; Water law ; Temperature ; Data processing systems ; Ground water ;
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
NTIS  PB-194 065 Some EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. 07/26/2022
Collation 199p
The development of a river basin simulation model comprising dissolved oxygen, temperature, specific electrical conductance, and basin hydrology submodels is demonstrated. The system model is the device for studying practical questions involving some measure of efficiency whether this be pollution minimization by treatment and flow regulation, maximizing water use with the quality constraint, maximizing economy efficiency, or in developing more comprehensive water laws. These questions can be ascertained by simulation of altered conditions, sensitivity analysis, or some optimization technique. Although the model in this report was developed for a specific prototype system, the Little Bear River in Utah, the approach, the methods and the conceptual framework can be transferable to other systems.