Wave Induced Saline Intrusion in Sea Outfalls

Torben Larsen, Richard Burrows

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Abstrakt

Experimental and numerical studies have shown that the influence of wave increases the tendency of saline intrusion in multi-riser sea outfalls. The flow field in the diffusor under such unsteady and inhomogeneous circumstances is in general very complex, but when sufficient wave energy is dissipated in the diffusor, a well-mixed flow regime occurs where numerical modelling can be applied. The numerical model seems to be able to calculate within a reasonable accuracy, the point where the intrusion begins.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelProceedings of the 23rd International Association for Hydraulic Research Congress : IAHR : Ottawa, Canada, 21-25 August 1989
Antal sider8
Vol/bindC : Maritime Hydraulics
Publikationsdato1989
Sider15-22
StatusUdgivet - 1989
BegivenhedThe 23rd IAHR Congress - Ottawa, Canada
Varighed: 21 aug. 198925 aug. 1989

Konference

KonferenceThe 23rd IAHR Congress
LandCanada
ByOttawa
Periode21/08/198925/08/1989

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  • Sea Outfalls
  • Saline Intrusions
  • Waves
  • Disposal Sewages

Citationsformater

Larsen, T., & Burrows, R. (1989). Wave Induced Saline Intrusion in Sea Outfalls. I Proceedings of the 23rd International Association for Hydraulic Research Congress : IAHR: Ottawa, Canada, 21-25 August 1989 (Bind C : Maritime Hydraulics, s. 15-22)