Modeling of Contaminant Transport in Rivers with Emphasis on the Interaction with Movable Boundariesby B. Westrich, Univ of Stuttgart, Germany,
Abstract: The transport of dissolved and absorbed pollutants is simulated by a one-dimensional convection-diffusion model which particularly accounts for the exchange processes at the river bed and adjacent stagnant water zones. The results show the strong influence of the flow boundaries on the concentration development in space and time.
Subject Headings: Hydrologic models | Water pollution | Domain boundary | Water supply systems | Pollutants | Advection | Fluid flow | Simulation models
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