|Series||Scientific series (Canada. Inland Waters Directorate) -- 83|
|Contributions||Murthy, C.R., Miners, K.C.|
Turbulent diffusion processes in the Great Lakes / C.R. Murthy and K.C. Miners; Experiments on turbulent diffusion flames [microform] On the horizontal and vertical variability of the vertical turbulent eddy diffusion coefficients in the Migratsiia radiogennykh izotopov v mineralakh / G. Sh. Ashkinadze. The Laurentian Great Lakes Basin is located along the international boundary between Canada and the United States. In extent the basin encompasses an area of , km Great Lakes comprise the largest volume of freshwater on earth. A key input for such calculations comes from the theory of turbulent diffusion, which enables the prediction of the concentrations in which pollutants may be found in the neighborhood of a release duct, such as a chimney or a sewage outfall. But to depict, as she does, France's involvement in the Great lakes region as a result of a proxy rivalry with Anglo-saxon countries, or to pinpoint France's support of Mobutu's Zaire while ignoring the involvement of other powers, seems to me a little s: 6.
The complexities of the diffusion process are demonstrated by the use of new optical experimental techniques. New modeling techniques are discussed, and research questions are posed. Almost all flows encountered by the engineer in the natural or built environment are turbulent, resulting in rapid mixing of contaminants introduced into them. The rather excessive public preoccupation of the immediate past with what has been labeled the 'environmental crisis' is now fortunately being replaced by a more sus tained and rational concern with pollution problems by public administrators, engineers, and scientists. It is to be expected that members of the engineering profes sion will in the future widely be called upon to design disposal. prediction of processes occurring in the Great Lakes .A Temperature-Diffusion Model was calibrated for a 2Wr data set from Lake Washington, and estimates of vertical turbulent diffusion coefficients were completed. These diffusivities were used to model a nearly conservative substance--total alkalinity. Two types of diffusion are important to transport contaminants: molecular diffusion and turbulent or eddy diffusion. Each Fickian process operates at its own scale. At the molecular level, in surface waters and atmospheric systems, diffusion dominates as a transport mechanism only in a very thin boundary layer between the fluid media.
EPA/ September BIG EDDIES AND MIXING PROCESSES IN THE GREAT LAKES By G. T. Csanady Project DIL Program Element 1BA Project Officer Dr. Walter M. Sanders III Southeast Environmental Research Laboratory National Environmental Research Center-Corvallis U. S, Environmental Protection Agency Athens, Georgia For sale by the . Turbulent diffusion is the transport of mass, heat, or momentum within a system due to random and chaotic time dependent motions. It occurs when turbulent fluid systems reach critical conditions in response to shear flow, which results from a combination of steep concentration gradients, density gradients, and high occurs much more rapidly than molecular diffusion and is. Great Lakes Justice Center. Plaintiffs seek an. ex-parte. temporary restraining order to enjoin the certification of the election results to ensure the accuracy and integrity of the election process. The acts personally observed and attested to by . Modeling and Simulation Books Books published on modeling and simulation are listed in this section in alphabetical order with respect to author names. Gas Cloud Simulation. A simulation of how a gas cloud that has been observed approaching the supermassive black hole at the centre of the galaxy. Simulation is the art of using tools.