The Turbulent Structure of a Two-Dimensional Surface Thermal Plume

Zooplankton Entrainment Evaluation in a Power Plant Station
The impact study on the Setubal thermal plant included an evaluation of the plant's effects on zooplankton in the outlet area. After entrainment in the cooling system there...

Entrainment of Interstitial Water by Overland Flow
The paper reports on a study to investigate the entrainment of interstitial soil water by overland flow. A diffusion model was developed to describe the subsurface concentration and the...

Thermal Plume Model for Demonstrating Compliance
A numerical model that simulates the discharge of heated water from a multiport line diffuser to a thermally stratified, flowing environment was developed. The model solves the conservation...

Modeling Intake Performance Under Frazil Ice Conditions
A water intake was modeled in a refrigerated flume in an active frazil icing environment in order to evaluate alternative modifications to the prototype structure. Tests were run until...

Internal Structure and Turbulent Entrainment Characteristics of the Saline Wedge

Entrainment in a Thermohaline Double-Diffusive System

Entrainment, Deposition, and Transport of Sediments in Lakes

Measuring and Modeling Organism Effects on Sediment Transport

Long-Term Observations of Sediment Transport on the Continental Shelf: East and West Coast of the United States

Scale Effects of Modeling Flow Conditions in Pump Sumps

The Transition from a Horizontal Turbulent Buoyant Jet to a Mixing Layer: A Universal Entrainment Model

Stability of Armour Layers in Rivers
The importance of both the overpassing and the embedding of river bed particles is demonstrated by experiments. When a single layer thick armouring layer of uniform d1...

Entrainment of Bed Material

Buoyant Surface Jets
A combination of dimensional analysis, simple physical reasoning and data inspection is used to define distinct geometrical properties and mixing characteristics within the near field...

Measurement of Air in Flowing Water
Procedures are developed using gamma ray and hot-film anemometer methods for determining void fraction and sizes of air bubbles entrained in flowing water. The hot-film data are analyzed...

Air Supersaturation in Surface Water: A Continuing Engineering and Biological Problem

Freestream Turbulence Effects on Galloping
Galloping is the term used to describe large amplitude single degree-of-freedom motions of a structure associated with a sectional aerodynamic force characteristic which produces a force...

Dense Bottom Currents in Rotating Ocean
The dynamic equations for a steady dense bottom current on a gently sloping plane in a rotating ocean are outlined. The entrainment and the friction at the wall and the interface respectively...

Near Field Mixing of Staged Diffuser
A two-dimensional theory that models a staged diffuser as a continuous line source of mass, heat, and momentum has been formulated and solved. The model assumes the major dilution mechanism...

 

 

 

 

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