A Turbulence Model for Transverse Mixing in Rivers

by V. H. Chu, McGill Univ, Montreal, Canada,
S. Babarutsi, McGill Univ, Montreal, Canada,



Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Mechanics Computing in 1990's and Beyond

Abstract:

A two length-scale turbulence model is developed to simulate transverse mixing prosesses in rivers. The dispersion of the effluent from the MUC (Montreal Urban Community) sewage treatment plant in a section of the St. Lawrence River is calculated using this model. The concentration and velocity profiles obtained from the calculation are in close agreement with the field data obtained from a dye test in the river.



Subject Headings: Hydrologic models | Field tests | Waste treatment plants | Fluid flow | Rivers and streams | Simulation models | Urban development | Reynolds stress | Montreal | Quebec | Canada

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