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Canarina DESCAR software · ocean pollution modeling · algorithms 4

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We attempt to link the momentum dominated and buoyanvy dominated regimes into one relationship by using proposed relations for the transition where:

 

z/Lb =24/3[(1/2)(x/Lb)2+(Lm/Lb)(x/Lb)]1/3      (2)

 

b/Lb =cb[(1/2)(x/Lb)2+(Lm/Lb)(x/Lb)]1/3 (3)

 

S=cs(uo/ua)[(1/2)(Lb/Lm)(x/Lm)2+(x/Lm)]1/3    (4)

 

Lb=plume-to-crossflow length scale

Lm=jet-to-crossflow length scale

x=horizontal downstream coordinate in global coordinate system

y=horizontal coordinate in coordinate system perpendicular to ambient crossflow

z=vertical coordinate

ua=ambient velocity

uo=discharge velocity

S=dilution along the plume centerline C/C0 being C the centerline pollutant concentration and the C0 initial pollutant concentration at the discharge.

cb=constant of proportionality that can be modified by the user (can be determined experimentally)

cs=constant of proportionality that can be modified by the user (can be determined experimentally)

cxy=constant of proportionality that can be modified by the user (can be determined experimentally)

 

Canarina DESCAR software · ocean pollution modeling · algorithms 4

It is interesting for BMP, ocean modeling

 

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