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Main Title Verification and Transfer of Thermal Pollution Model. Volume III: Verification of Three-Dimensional Rigid-Lid Model.
Author Lee, Samuel S. ; Sengupta, Subrata ; Nwadike, Emmanuel V. ; Sinha, Sumon K. ;
CORP Author Miami Univ., Coral Gables, FL. Dept. of Mechanical Engineering.;National Aeranautics and Space Administration, Cocoa Beach, FL. John F. Kennedy Space Center.;Industrial Environmental Research Lab., Research Triangle Park NC.
Year Published 1982
Report Number NAS10-9410; EPA-600/7-82-037C;
Stock Number PB82-238585
Additional Subjects Lake Keowee ; Thermal pollution ; Water pollution control ; Manuals ; Estuaries ; Mathematical models ; Plumes ; Three dimensional flow ; Interfaces ; Water waves ; Height ; Coasts ; Temperature ; Boundary layer ; Florida ; Biscayne Bay ; Belews Lake ; Circulation ; Momentum ; Continuity equation ; Air water interfaces
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http://nepis.epa.gov/Exe/ZyPDF.cgi?Dockey=20006VI1.PDF
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NTIS  PB82-238585 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
Collation 104p
Abstract
The six-volume report: describes the theory of a three-dimensional (3-D) mathematical thermal discharge model and a related one-dimensional (1-D) model, includes model verification at two sites, and provides a separate user's manual for each model. The 3-D model has two forms: free surface and rigid lid. The former, verified at Anclote Anchorage (FL), allows a free air/water interface and is suited for significant surface wave heights compared to mean water depth; e.g., estuaries and coastal regions. The latter, verified at Lake Keowee (SC), is suited for small surface wave heights compared to depth (e.g., natural or man-made inland lakes) because surface elevation has been removed as a parameter. These models allow computation of time-dependent velocity and temperature fields for given initial conditions and time-varying boundary conditions. The free-surface model also provides surface height variations with time.