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Predictive salinity modeling of the Oosterschelde with hydraulic and mathematical models

J. Dronkers

Predictive salinity modeling of the Oosterschelde with hydraulic and mathematical models

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Published by Delft Hydraulics Laboratory in Delft .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Reprint from, Transport models for inland and coastal waters: Academic Press, 1981.

StatementJ. Dronkers, A.G. van Os, J.J.Leendertse.
SeriesPublication / Delft Hydraulics Laboratory -- no.264
ContributionsOs, A. G. van., Leendertse, J. J., Delft Hydraulics Laboratory.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13976772M

species in high salinity produced waters.2 Numerous researchers have made extensive efforts to develop thermodynamic models for the hexary system. Among the most widely used thermodynamic frame-works for modeling the system are the Pitzer activity coefficient model, the extended UNIQUAC activity coefficient model,8 and the. In the presence of a stable ambient stratification the vertical diffusive mixing is gen- erally strongly damped. Mathematical Predictive Models Modeling Methodology In principle, one can conceive of two approaches to the prediction of effluent discharges in the water environ- ment: complete models or zone models. Liebermann and others (), the U.S. Geological Survey has applied the models on a biennial basis to estimate salinity concentration and load at 20 of the sites analyzed by Liebermann and others (). The most recent updates to the models and their estimates were made publically available in a report produced.


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