Effects of Temperature on Stream Aeration

by Ivan Metzger,

Serial Information: Journal of the Sanitary Engineering Division, 1968, Vol. 94, Issue 6, Pg. 1153-1160

Document Type: Journal Paper

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Abstract: The effect of temperature on the aeration of receiving waters is often described by an equation of the form KT = K20 θ(T-20) where K20 is the 20○ C value of the absorption coefficient and KT is the value at some other temperature, T. In the past, θ has been considered to be a constant with various values assigned to it by different investigators. It is shown that θ is not a constant but depends on the level of turbulence and temperature. Values of θ appropriate for streams are determined by using the film penetration model and experimental results. These values are compared with values reported in the literature.

Subject Headings: Temperature effects | Aeration | Rivers and streams | Water management | Absorption | Turbulence |

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