2 edition of Thermal loading of natural streams found in the catalog.
Thermal loading of natural streams
Alan P. Jackman
Bibliography: p. 38-39.
|Statement||by Alan P. Jackman and Nobuhiro Yotsukura.|
|Series||Geological Survey professional paper ; 991, Geological Survey professional paper ;, 991.|
|Contributions||Yotsukura, Nobuhiro, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||TD427.H4 J3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 39 p. :|
|Number of Pages||39|
|LC Control Number||76608317|
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Thermal loading of natural streams (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Alan P Jackman; Nobuhiro Yotsukura; Geological Survey (U.S.).
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The impact of thermal loading on the temperature regime of natural streams is investigated by mathematical models, which describe both transport (convection-diffusion) and decay (surface dissipation) of waste heat over 1-hour or shorter time intervals.
The models are derived from the principle of conservation of thermal energy for application to one- and two-dimensional spaces. Thermal loading of natural streams() The Publications Warehouse does not have links to digital versions of this publication at this time Open Access Version: External Repository.
Thermal loads. Thermal loads often have a pronounced role in industrial applications of FGMs. The theoretical treatment of cracks under thermal loads is similar to that for cracks under mechanical loads.
Under steady-state thermal loading conditions, Noda and Jin () studied a crack parallel to the boundaries of an infinite strip. METHODS TO REDUCE OR AVOID THERMAL IMPACTS TO SURFACE WATER 4 Stream bank erosion and sedimentation loading in the stream, also caused by removal of streamside vegetation, increases the solar heat transfer in the stream.
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As a watershed is developed, and impervious surface area increases, stormwater runoff can be a significant, or even the primary source of water. Technique by thermal loading. The steady state thermal gradient problem described above lends itself to direct photoelastic analysis.
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For steady state thermal studies with a heat source, a mechanism for heat dissipation must be defined. Otherwise, analysis stops because the temperatures increase without bound. Thermal loads can be applied in heat transfer analysis, in fully coupled temperature-displacement analysis, fully coupled thermal-electrical-structural analysis, and in coupled thermal-electrical analysis, as outlined in About Prescribed following types of thermal loads are available.in natural waters.
These include an understanding of water-quality criteria, the fundamentals of fate and transport in natural waters, estimation of pollutant loading, and the design of remediation systems.
This book is obviously a very valuable tool for the specialists in the field, for researchers, and. Thermal pollution 1. Thermal Pollution 2. Introduction Thermal Pollution is the harmful increase in water temperature in streams, rivers, lakes, or occasionally, coastal ocean waters.
It is the degradation of water quality by any process that changes ambient water temperature.