||Validity of a Two-Dimensional Model for Variable-Density Hydrodynamic Circulation.
Heinrich, J. C. ;
Lick, W. J. ;
Paul, J. F. ;
||Environmental Research Lab., Narragansett, RI. ;Arizona Univ., Tucson. Dept. of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering. ;California Univ., Santa Barbara. Dept. of Mechanical and Environmental Engineering.
Mathematical models ;
Two dimensional flow ;
Coriolis force ;
Water flow ;
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||A three-dimensional model of temperatures and currents has been formulated to assist in the analysis and interpretation of the dynamics of stratified lakes. In this model, nonlinear eddy coefficients for viscosity and conductivities are included. A two-dimensional model (one vertical and one horizontal coordinate) which includes coriolis forces, has also been formulated. Specific examples have been calculated using both models to show the general characteristics of thermocline formation, maintenance and decay. In order to understand the effect of various parameters, as well as the influence of basin geometry, extensive numerical experimentation has first been performed using the two-dimensional mode. (Copyright (c) 1983 Pergamon Pres Ltd.)
||Prepared in cooperation with Arizona Univ., Tucson. Dept. of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering., and California Univ., Santa Barbara. Dept. of Mechanical and Environmental Engineering.
||Pub. in Mathematical Modelling, v4 p323-337 1983.
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||Reprint: Validity of a Two-Dimensional Model for Variable-Density Hydrodynamic Circulation.
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