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The stratification phenomena is the existence of two homogeneous water layers and separated by a thin thermocline layer. In such a case, we can say that the water is stratified. There is no exchange of pollutants through this pycnocline layer.

In case we suppose that a pycnocline layer exists, we will be able to check the stability by means of the application of the following equation:

[u02 B+ Ua2 H]/[(u0 B g’)2/3 H] <0.54

u0=effluent velocity (m/s)

H=water depth at discharge position (m)

g’=reduced gravity acceleration (m/s2), g’=g(ρa- ρ0)/ ρ0

g=9,81m/s^2 (gravity acceleration)

ρa=water density (Kg/m3)

ρ0=effluent density (Kg/m3)

 

Canarina DESCAR software · marine pollution modeling · algorithms 7 

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