Advances in Hydroscience, Volume 13-1982 covers topics on water-related thermal problems, solid-state hydrology, alluvial hydraulics, and ocean waves. The book presents articles on the simulation techniques for Aquifier Thermal Energy Storage, which deals with various aspects of the mathematical simulation of thermal energy storage in aquifiers, and the theory of thermal control and prevention of ice in rivers and lakes.
The text also includes an article on the hydraulic theory of alluvial rivers, which deals with sediment transport on a plane bed, the influence of dunes on flow resistance in steady and unsteady flow, and flow in bends. The stochastic analysis and probabilistic prediction of random seas is also encompassed.
The book will prove invaluable to hydrologists, engineers working in fields concerned with water and water technology, those interested in temporarily storing energy from solar and other heat sources, those interested in groundwater, and geomorphologists.
Contributors Foreword Ven Te Chow Review of Simulation Techniques for Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (ATES) I. Introduction II. Physical and Chemical Processes III. Mathematical Description IV. Analytical Solutions V. Numerical Solutions VI. Geochemical Models VII. Applications of Transport Models VIII. Site-Specific Considerations IX. Uses and Limitations of Transport Models X. Conclusions and Future Prospects References Theory of Thermal Control and Prevention of Ice in Rivers and Lakes I. Introduction II. Ice Formation, Growth, and Melting III. Thermal Regimes of Lakes IV. Thermal Regimes of Rivers V. Air Bubbler Systems VI. Direct Pumping Methods VII. Thermal Effluents in Rivers VIII. Thermal Effluents in Lakes IX. Modification of Energy Budgets X. Summary References Hydraulic Theory of Alluvial Rivers I. Introduction II. Sediment Transport Mechanics III. Flow over Dunes IV. Row in Bends and Meanders References Stochastic Analysis and Probabilistic Prediction of Random Seas I. Introduction II. Random Seas and Stochastic Analysis III. Prediction of Wave Height IV. Prediction of Wave Period V. Joint Probability of Wave Height and Period VI. Long-Term Wave Statistics VII. Prediction of Extreme Waves VIII. Spectral Formulations of Wind-Generated Seas IX. Directional Distribution of Wave Energy X. Prediction of Nonlinear, Non-Gaussian Waves Major Symbols References Index Contents of Previous Volumes
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