MATHEMATICAL SIMULATION OF HALOCARBON DISTRIBUTIONS IN BOSTON HARBOR.

E. Eric Adams, Richard F. Kossik, Philip M. Gschwend, Douglas L. Cosler, Antonio Baptista

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Abstract

In an effort to better understand the sources and transport of effluents, a combined modeling and field measurement program has been initiated. The modeling uses a pair of 2-D (depth-averaged) finite element models (one to compute circulation and one to compute transport) plus a number of supporting programs to facilitate grid generation, model interfacing, and plotting. Field measurements are made of a suite of volatile halocarbons discharged with the sewage effluent from the Deer and Nut Is. treatments plants and are used for model calibration. This paper reports on early results in a continuing study.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
PublisherASCE
Pages333-338
Number of pages6
ISBN (Print)0872626105
StatePublished - 1987
Externally publishedYes

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Halocarbons
Ports and harbors
Effluents
Sewage
Calibration

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  • Engineering(all)

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Adams, E. E., Kossik, R. F., Gschwend, P. M., Cosler, D. L., & Baptista, A. (1987). MATHEMATICAL SIMULATION OF HALOCARBON DISTRIBUTIONS IN BOSTON HARBOR. In Unknown Host Publication Title (pp. 333-338). ASCE.

MATHEMATICAL SIMULATION OF HALOCARBON DISTRIBUTIONS IN BOSTON HARBOR. / Adams, E. Eric; Kossik, Richard F.; Gschwend, Philip M.; Cosler, Douglas L.; Baptista, Antonio.

Unknown Host Publication Title. ASCE, 1987. p. 333-338.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Adams, EE, Kossik, RF, Gschwend, PM, Cosler, DL & Baptista, A 1987, MATHEMATICAL SIMULATION OF HALOCARBON DISTRIBUTIONS IN BOSTON HARBOR. in Unknown Host Publication Title. ASCE, pp. 333-338.
Adams EE, Kossik RF, Gschwend PM, Cosler DL, Baptista A. MATHEMATICAL SIMULATION OF HALOCARBON DISTRIBUTIONS IN BOSTON HARBOR. In Unknown Host Publication Title. ASCE. 1987. p. 333-338
Adams, E. Eric ; Kossik, Richard F. ; Gschwend, Philip M. ; Cosler, Douglas L. ; Baptista, Antonio. / MATHEMATICAL SIMULATION OF HALOCARBON DISTRIBUTIONS IN BOSTON HARBOR. Unknown Host Publication Title. ASCE, 1987. pp. 333-338
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