Flushing Characteristics for Harbor Planning

by Wen-Sen Chu, Univ of Washington, Seattle, United States,
Jiing-Yih Liou, Univ of Washington, Seattle, United States,
Ming-Yang Wu, Univ of Washington, Seattle, United States,



Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Water Resources Planning and Management and Urban Water Resources

Abstract: A two-dimensional hydrodynamics model was used to understand the circulation and transport patterns in Keelung Harbor, Taiwan. The calculated hydrodynamics information was used to determine the flushing (exchange between the Harbor and the Pacific Ocean) characteristics of the Harbor from a two-dimensional tracer transport model. The results were used for preliminary planning of cleanup measures for the Harbor.

Subject Headings: Ports and harbors | Two-dimensional models | Flushing | Hydrologic models | Fluid flow | Flow measurement | Two-dimensional flow | Hydrodynamics | Water circulation | Pacific Ocean | Taiwan | Asia

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