해양수리특성의 변화를 고려한 연속적 근역혼합거동
- 해양수리특성의 변화를 고려한 연속적 근역혼합거동
- Continuous near-field mixing with variable oceanic conditions
- 강시환; 김영도; 이호진; 김상익; 한성대
- The temporal variability in near-field characteristics of discharging plumes in oceanic environment was investigated using the time series data of the buoyant jet parameters. Based on the currents and density profiles observed in Masan outfall site and effluent discharge flowrates for 63days of summer season, the temporal variabilities and those occurrence frequency were obtained by line plume equations. The results show that wide range of variability in Masan outhall\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s mixing characteristics was found due to the temporal changes of effluent flowrates and ambient oceanic conditions. The near-field dilution was in the range of 30∼71 with the averaged dilution of 34, which was a good agreement with field measurements of salinity deficit. The length of mixing zone was in the range of 5.4∼36.2 m with the average of 9.5 m, and the plume rise height was in the range of 8.1∼10.2 m with the average of 8.9 m. However, only the 30∼44% of the whole results are higher than the averages, which indicates the necessity of this frequency analysis with the continuously data for designing and managing the ocean outfall system.
- 한국해양환경공학회지, v.4, no.4, pp.12 - 20, 2001
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