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Effects of planform geometry on tidal flushing and mixing in marinas

Effects of planform geometry on tidal flushing and mixing in marinas

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Published by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Environmental Research Laboratory, Center for Environmental Research Information [distributor] in Corvallis, OR, Cincinnati, OH .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Harbors -- Northwest, Pacific -- Design and construction

  • Edition Notes

    StatementR.E. Nece ... [et al.]
    ContributionsNece, Ronald E, Corvallis Environmental Research Laboratory
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2, [1] p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14892857M

    Start studying Marine Science Ch. 12 Test: True/False. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. experimental study on the effect of submerged breakwater configuration on long wave run-up reduction. a thesis submitted to the graduate division of the university of hawaii at manoa in partial fulfillment of. the requirements for the degree of. master of science. in. civil engineering. december by. tony k.c. shing. thesis committee:File Size: 1MB.

      Peatlands export significant amounts of dissolved organic carbon (DOC) to freshwaters, but the quantity of DOC reaching marine environments is typically less than the input to the fluvial system due to processing within the water column. Key removal processes include photo-chemical degradation, and heterotrophic bacterial respiration. In this study we examined these processes using 14C Cited by:   Tidal Exchange, Flushing and Water Quality Tidal exchange and flushing was studied in the model by incorporating a "numerical" conservative tracer. The system was "filled" with an initial tracer concentration of 50 ppt (represented in the darkest tone on Figure 4).

    VARIABLES USED IN EQUATIONS First used Symbol Definition in equation Tf Flushing time (hrs) 1,2 Tc Tidal cycle, high tide to high tide (hrs) A Surface area of marina basin (m2) D Desired dilution factor R Range of tide (m) b Return flow factor I Non-tidal freshwater inflow (m3/hr) L Average depth at low tide (m) H Average depth at high. landward has the opposite effect. Knowledge of both breakwater costs and dredging costs is required for basin optimization. _____ REFERENCES: 1. Nece, Ronald; Richey, Eugene; Rhee, Joonpyo; and Smith, Harvey. “Effects of Planform Geometry on Tidal Flushing and Mixing in Marinas,” Technical Rep Department of CivilFile Size: 38KB.


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Effects of planform geometry on tidal flushing and mixing in marinas Download PDF EPUB FB2

Effects of various geometry parameters on tidal flushing and internal circulation in small‐boat basins (marinas) of rectangular planform were determined in physical hydraulic models by means of a photographic technique incorporating the use of a photodensitometer.

The schematic model marinas tested were scaled to have surface areas, water depths, and tide ranges comparable to “prototype” marinas in the Pacific Northwest: Results are presented in terms of spatial average tidal flushing.

SEPA United States Environmental Protection Agency Environmental Research Laboratory Corvallis OR Research and Development EPA/S Sept. Project Summary Effects of Planform Geometry on Tidal Flushing and Mixing in Marinas R. Nece, E. Richey, J. Rhee, and H. Smith Physical models for rectangular marinas were tested to determine how various geometric.

Effects of planform geometry on tidal flushing and mixing in marinas. Corvallis, OR: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Environmental Research Laboratory ; Cincinnati, OH: Center for Environmental Research Information [distributor], (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet.

Laboratory data showing the influence of planform geometry on the tidal flushing characteristics of small harbors of simple surface shape. The tide ranges, water depths, and planform areas are typical of those encountered in small-boat marinas in Puget Sound, Washington. Each harbor investigated had a single, asymmetric entrance.

Width entrance, planform geometry and the effect of rounding corners were taken into account in the CTRI method. Using this method, two ports located in the same spot, with the same volume, but different entrance dimensions or geometry would have a dissimilar flushing capacity and even would be assessed with a different susceptibility by: 6.

Maintaining Water Quality in Small Boat Harbors,” and Harvey’s “Effects of Planform Geometry on Tidal Flushing and Mixing in Marinas” is still the definitive publication used in harbor design. Effects of various geometry parameters on tidal flushing and internal circulation in small-boat basins (marinas) of rectangular planform were determined in physical hydraulic models.

Input geometry The water exchange rate is affected by factors such as the plan form geometry, entrance dimensions and number of entrances (Nece, ). So, once the geometrical effects and locally dominant flushing parameters are understood, a marina can be designed to have an optimal water exchange : Ahmed A.

Lebleb, Ehab R. Tolba, Elsayed M. Galal. Hydraulic modelling of tidal circulation and flushing in coastal basins. plan-form geometry. Tidal flushing values predicted by single-fluid or boat propeller effects on mixing. geometry of the harbor, entrance dimensions of the harbor; water depth, bed slope, etc.

freshwater sources in the marina and wind-induced mixing of the basin. Wind and Planform effects on tidal flushing of marinas, Journal of Waterway, Port, Coastal. Mixing in Inland and Coastal Waters, Academic Press, Planform effects on tidal flushing of marinas, Journal of Waterway, Port, Coastal and Ocean Engineering, (2), str.

Shelter Island Yacht Basin Tidal Flushing Modeling and Engineering Feasibility Study. Taiping Wang and Zhaoqing Yang, A modeling study of tidal energy extraction and the associated impact on tidal circulation in a multi-inlet bay system of Puget Sound, Renewable Energy, /,(), ().

The main findings from this mathematical model study were that the proposed land reclamation, either with or without the embankment-bridge, would not enhance the flushing characteristics - and in turn the water quality characteristics - or the overall mixing in Holes Bay relative to the original bay geometry.

Alexander, G.R. Effects of sand sediment on brook trout in Hunt Creek. Lansing, Michigan Department of Natural Resources; project No. FR, Study 1, Job Alexander, G.R. and Hansen, E.A. The effects of sediment from a gas-oil well drilling accident on trout in creeks of the Williamsburg area, Michigan.

Falconer, R. Numerical modelling of flushing in narrow entranced bays and harbours. Proceedings of International Symposium on Refined Modelling of Flows, Paris, IAHR. 2, Falconer, R. Modelling of planform influence on circulation in harbours.

associated with harbor improvements. Nece, et al. “Effects of Planform Geometry on Tidal Flushing and Mixing in Marinas” was adopted as standard practice for estimating harbor basin flushing by use of an average exchange coefficient for one tidal cycle.

This work is based on physical model studies of harbor basins of varying. Water Resources Series Technical Reports (Harris Hydraulics Lab), June E.P.,; Rhee, Joonpyo; Smith, N.H.

Effects of Planform Geometry on Tidal Flushing and Mixing in Marinas Water Resources Series WRS Nece, R.E.; Forsyth, Grant W. Annotated Bibliography on Tidal Flushing and Circulation in Marinas Water Resources Series.

The processes leading to mixing near boundaries are numerous (see Wunsch and Ferrari for a review). The Hawaii Ocean Mixing Experiment (HOME) was designed to investigate the details of the dissipation associated with barotropic to baroclinic tidal conversion along Cited by: 8.

Appendix A: Bibliography Adie, D. Marinas: A Working Guide to Their Development and Design. The Architectural Press Ltd., London. “Effects of Planform Geometry on Tidal Flushing and Mixing in Marinas,” Technical Rep Department of Civil Engineering, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, File Size: KB.

A combination of a three-dimensional hydrodynamic model and in-situ measurements provides the structures of barotropic tides, tidal circulation and their relationship with turbulent mixing in the Java Sea, which allow us to understand the impact of the tides on material distribution.

The model retains high horizontal and vertical resolutions and is forced by the boundary conditions taken from Cited by:. turbulent fluxes due to tidal mixing. This is summarized in terms of the estuary Richardson number Ri E, a nondimensional ratio between Q f and u tidal 3.

From 17 tidally resolving offshore surveys during spring/neap tides and low/high river flows, we find that the plume’s median salinity, thickness, and turbulent mixing are each predicted. The effects of tides on littoral marine habitats are so ubiquitous that shorelines are commonly described as ‘intertidal’, whereas waves are considered a secondary factor that simply modifies the intertidal habitat.

However mean significant wave height exceeds tidal range at many locations worldwide. Here we construct a simple sinusoidal model of coastal water level based on both tidal.In this paper, we investigate the water renewal of a highly populated marina, located in the south-west of France, and subjected to a macro-tidal regime.

With the use of a 3D-numerical model (TELEMAC-3D), three water transport timescales were studied and compared to provide a fully detailed description of the physical processes occurring in the : Jean-Rémy Huguet, Isabelle Brenon, Thibault Coulombier.