A Model of Gas Dissolution in Water

Line Plume and Ocean Outfall Dispersion
The three-dimensional flowfield created by a line plume of finite length in a steady unstratified current was investigated experimentally and theoretically. The results are applicable...

Discussion of "Forced Plumes in a Stratified Reservoir" (April 1978)

Two-Dimensional Buoyant Jets in Cross-Flows

Similarity Solutions for Turbulent Jets and Plumes

Laser-Doppler Measurements in Axisymmetric Plumes

Two-Dimensional Bubble Plumes
The behavior of large and small-scale bubble plumes is compared with that of plumes in which the buoyancy is miscible with the surrounding fluid. It is found that the structure of bubble...

Two-Dimensional Flow Field of Multiport Diffuser
The objective of this note is to derive, primarily through simple dimensional arguments, the gross characteristics of the two-dimensional flow field induced in the center of a long, multiport...

Measuring Effluent Plumes

Simple Model for Ocean Outfall Plumes
We have shown that a power law model provides a simple technique for predicting the dilution as a function of depth, for depths characteristic of most outfall systems. In particular, we...

Forced Plumes in a Stratified Reservoir
A comprehensive two or three-dimensional model for a forced plume is described in which there are no restrictions necessary in the choice of cross-sectional velocity or density profiles,...

Two-Dimensional Plume in Uniform Ground-Water Flow
A simple analytical model of a two-dimensional plume of ground-water pollution has been developed and applied to the study of hexavalent chromium contamination of Long Island, New York....

Model for Shore-Attached Thermal Plumes in Rivers
Side discharges of power plant thermal effluents into natural rivers cause the formation of thermal plumes, the shape and orientation of which depend upon both the discharge conditions...

A Three Dimensional Thermal Plume Model

Field and Model Results for Multiport Diffuser Plume

EPA's Cooling Tower Plume Research
A comprehensive review is made of EPA's cooling tower plume research program with particular attention to plume modeling. The research began in 1969 with a modest effort to define the...

Two-Dimensional Air-Bubble Plume
Bubbles rising from a row of orifices along a pipe produce a water current which can be regarded as two-dimensional. This device is of great practical interest, e.g., for the protection...

Remote Sensing of Turbidity Plumes in Lake Ontario
Space imagery and high-altitude photography provide an effective method of monitoring the dynamics of turbidity plumes in Lake Ontario. The Niagara River plume, as much as 200 sq miles...

Submerged Buoyant Jets in Quiscent Fluids
An integral-type analysis is developed for submerged buoyant jets discharged horizontally into quiescent homogeneous fluids. Equations for conservation of volume flux, buoyancy flux, and...

Gross Parameter Solutions of Jets and Plumes
Gross parameter solutions are presented for turbulent jets, plumes, and buoyant jets in stagnant, homogeneous, or linearly stratified environments. The result is given in a form that will...

 

 

 

 

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