Development of a hydroinformatics software tool: Enteric bacteria transport modelling associated with sediment transport.

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Yang, Lei.;
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This study presents investigations on microbiological water quality numerical modelling. Emphases have been laid on the model development by implementing state-of-the-art technologies in terms of the new research branch in water science, established in 1980s - hydroinfo... View more
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    Theoretical Background o f Surface Water Quality Numerical M odelling..........41 Water Quality Numerical Modelling Process...................................................... 41 Basic Concept o f Numerical Method................................................................... 44 3.3. Governing Equations for Hydrodynamic Process................................................. 45 3.3.1. 2-D governing equations................................................................................45 3.3.2. 1-D governing equations................................................................................48 3.4. Advective Diffusion Equation.............................................................................. 49 3.4.1. Advection and diffusion/dispersion terms....................................................51 3.4.2. Sources and sink terms - Ld>s........................................................................ 52 3.5. Numerical Solution in Water Quality Modelling.................................................. 53 3.5.1. Numerical solution of hydrodynamic governing equations..........................54 3.5.2. Numerical solution of advective diffusion equation.....................................55 3.6. Summary................................................................................................................56 4.

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