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Water Quality Modeling for Wasteload Allocations and TMDLs

Wu-Seng Lung
Format
Book
Published
New York : Wiley, c2001.
Language
English
Variant Title
Wasteload allocations and TMDLs
ISBN
0471158836 (cloth : alk. paper)
Contents
  • 1.1 Using a More Robust Model 2
  • 1.2 Developing the Stream Reaeration Coefficient 4
  • 1.3 Post Auditing the Water Quality Response--A Bigger Picture 4
  • 1.4 New Horizon in Water Quality Modeling 6
  • 1.5 It Is the Modeling Skills and Data, Not the Model, That Matters 7
  • 2 Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) 8
  • 2.1 Evolution of Water Quality Modeling in Water Pollution Control 8
  • 2.2 What Is a TMDL? 9
  • 2.3 Water Quality Endpoints for TMDLs 11
  • 2.4 Water Quality Modeling for TMDL 13
  • 2.5 A TMDL Modeling Study 15
  • 3 Derivation of Mass Transport Coefficients 21
  • 3.1 One-Dimensional Advective Transport in Streams, Rivers, and Estuaries 22
  • 3.2 One-Dimensional Longitudinal Dispersion Coefficient 30
  • 3.3 Lateral Dispersion Coefficient in Rivers and Estuaries 34
  • 3.4 Vertical Diffusion Coefficient 36
  • 3.5 Two-Dimensional Vertically Integrated Mass Transport 43
  • 3.6 Two-Dimensional Longitudinal/Vertical Mass Transport 44
  • 3.7 Need a Hydrodynamic Model? 61
  • 3.8 Linking a Hydrodynamic Model with a Water Quality Model 68
  • 4 Derivation of Kinetic Coefficients 71
  • 4.1 Biochemical Oxygen Demand and CBOD[subscript u] to CBOD[subscript 5] Ratio 72
  • 4.2 Nitrification in Wastewater and Receiving Water 84
  • 4.3 Reaeration Coefficient 89
  • 4.4 Saturation Dissolved Oxygen Level 98
  • 4.5 Sediment Oxygen Demand 99
  • 4.6 Phytoplankton and Dissolved Oxygen 103
  • 4.7 Dissolved Oxygen Impact 109
  • 4.8 Phytoplankton/Nutrient Kinetics 110
  • 4.9 Modeling Sediment Diagenesis Processes 119
  • 4.10 Calibrating the Nutrient/Eutrophication Kinetics 124
  • 4.11 Post Audit of BOD and Eutrophication Models 125
  • 5 Computational Tools and Accessories 130
  • 5.1 Computer Hardware and Capability 130
  • 5.2 Modeling Frameworks and FORTRAN Compiler 132
  • 5.3 Geographical Information System 133
  • 5.4 Post Processing and Visualization 136
  • 6 Using the Stream and QUAL2E Models 143
  • 6.1 Equations Behind the STREAM Model 144
  • 6.2 Implementing the Governing Equation in STREAM Code 145
  • 6.3 STREAM Model Input Structure 146
  • 6.4 Application of STREAM to Rock Creek 149
  • 6.5 Application of STREAM to the Roanoke River 158
  • 6.6 Application of the QUAL2E Model to the Blackstone River 172
  • 7 Using the WASP and EUTRO Models 188
  • 7.1 WASP Model 188
  • 7.2 Key Attributes 189
  • 7.3 Mass Transport Modeling Applications 192
  • 7.4 Water Quality Modeling Application 221
  • 7.5 Numerical Tagging 241
  • 7.6 Modeling Sediment-Water Interactions 252
  • 7.7 Incorporating Nonpoint Source Loads 257
  • 7.8 Linking a Hydrodynamic Model with the WASP/EUTRO Model 261
  • 8 Using the HAR03 Model 270
  • 8.1 Model Capabilities 270
  • 8.2 Input Data Structure and Model Configuration 271
  • 8.3 Near-Field Mixing Zone Modeling 275
  • 8.4 Modeling Mixing Zone in the James River Using HAR3 281
  • 8.5 Far-Field Modeling 291.
Description
xv, 333 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (p. 314-324) and index.
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