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Main Title Short - Term Conservative Transport Model for Shallow Estuaries.
Author Masc, Frank D. ; Narayana, M. ; Brande, Robert J. ;
CORP Author Texas Univ., Austin. Hydraulic Engineering Lab.
Year Published 1971
Report Number HYD-12-7104; DI-14-01-0001-1591; OWRR-C-1158(1591); 03055,; C-1158(1591) (1)-Pt-3
Stock Number PB-205 592
Additional Subjects ( Estuaries ; Hydraulic models) ; ( Tidal currents ; Mathematical models) ; Hydrodynamics ; Transport properties ; Shallow water ; Convection ; Dispersions ; Chlorinity ; Salinity ; Seasonal variations ; Water pollution ; Equations of motion ; Partial differential equations ; Computer programs ; Texas ; FORTRAN ; Matagorda Bay ; TRANST computer program ; FORTRAN 4 programming language
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NTIS  PB-205 592 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
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Abstract
A two-dimensional convective-dispersion transport model is described which provides spatial and temporal variations in the concentration of a conservative constituent introduced into a shallow well-mixed estuary. The solution is accomplished through a multi-stage implicit method and the model utilizes as basic input instantaneous tidal velocities, depths and dispersion coefficients computed from an operational mathematical tidal hydrodynamics model. The transport model is capable of accepting slug, continuous or intermittent releases at one or more points within the tidal flow system. The application of the model is demonstrated by slug and continuous releases of conservative materials into high and low tidal velocity areas in Matagorda Bay, Texas. (Author)