Marine radionuclide transport modelling: Recent developments, problems and challenges
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- Marine radionuclide transport modelling: Recent developments, problems and challenges
- Perianez, R.; Bezhenar, R.; Brovchenko, I; Duffa, C.; Iosjpe, M.; Jung, K. T.; Kim, K. O.; Kobayashi, T.; Liptak, L.; Little, A.; Maderich, V; McGinnity, P.; Min, B., I; Nies, H.; Osvath, I; Suh, K. S.; de With, G.
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- Kim, Kyeong Ok(김경옥)
- A brief overview of the current status on the subject of numerical modelling of radionuclide transport in the marine environment is given: main transport processes occurring in the sea, basic approaches to solve such processes numerically, up-to-date trends to deal with water/sediment interactions (in the case of non-conservative radionuclides), and topics in which work is currently in progress (like the integration of biological uptake models within marine transport models). A brief review of models applied to simulate Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant releases in the Pacific Ocean after the 2011 accident is also included, since the most recent modelling efforts have been focused in this problem. A discussion of the main sources of uncertainty in models is given, as well as the problems these uncertainties pose in relation to emergency modelling, which is one of the most relevant applications of dispersion models.
- ENVIRONMENTAL MODELLING & SOFTWARE, v.122, 2019
- ELSEVIER SCI LTD
- FUKUSHIMA DAI-ICHI; NUCLEAR-POWER-PLANT; LONG-TERM DISPERSION; SOUTHERN NORTH-SEA; DISTRIBUTION COEFFICIENTS K(D)S; OCEANIC DISPERSION; IRISH-SEA; NONCONSERVATIVE RADIONUCLIDES; RADIOACTIVE CESIUM; CONTAMINANT TRANSPORT
- Hydrodynamics; Dispersion; Marine environment; Numerical model; Sediment
- ELSEVIER SCI LTD
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