3-D Modelling of Heat Discharge from Ul-Jin Power Plant into Coastal Waters of Korea East Seaby Young Jae Ro, Chung Nam Natl Univ, Republic of Korea,
Tae In Kim, Chung Nam Natl Univ, Republic of Korea,
Ha Keun Sung, Chung Nam Natl Univ, Republic of Korea,
Suk Woo Lee, Chung Nam Natl Univ, Republic of Korea,
Abstract: This study focuses on the problems of simulating the coastal currents and their effect on the distribution of heated cooling water from the Ul-Jin power plant into coastal waters of Korea East Sea. The generation of the local eddy field is found to play a critical role in recirculating the heated cooling water. The horizontal extent of a 1 °C temperature rises without the eddy field is about 2.5 km southward, whereas that with the eddy field is increased to be 3 km to the south and 0.5 km to the north, respectively.
Subject Headings: Power plants | Water discharge | Hydro power | Three-dimensional models | Sea water | Hydrologic models | Seas and oceans | Eddy (fluid dynamics) | Temperature effects | Cooling (wastewater treatment) | Asia | South Korea
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