Surface Water Particles: Coagulation and Sorptionby Gerald W. Culkin, Univ of Texas at Austin, United States,
Desmond F. Lawler, Univ of Texas at Austin, United States,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Environmental Engineering
Abstract: A size-dependent particle and particle-associated contaminant transport and fate model is presented. The unsteady, two-dimensional model couples the water column and bed and enables analysis of size-dependent processes such as sedimentation, reaction (coagulation), erosion, and sorption. The particle-contaminant linkage is also size-dependent, provided by a surface area based partition coefficient. Expected results outline the conditions where coagulation becomes significant in particle flux.
Subject Headings: Particle pollution | Particle size distribution | Coagulation | Surface water | Hydrologic models | Two-dimensional models | Two-dimensional analysis | Sorption
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