Radioactivity transport in water--interaction between flowing water and bed sediments. by Akira Kudo

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Published by Center for Research in Water Resources, Environmental Health Engineering Research Laboratory, University of Texas in [Austin] .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Radioactive substances in rivers, lakes, etc. -- Mathematical models.,
  • Hydraulics.,
  • Sediment transport.,
  • Cesium -- Isotopes.

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StatementEarnest F. Gloyna, project director.
SeriesCRWR ;, 36, Technical report (University of Texas at Austin. Center for Research in Water Resources) ;, CRWR-36.
ContributionsUniversity of Texas at Austin. Environmental Health Engineering Research Laboratory., U.S Atomic Energy Commission.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTD427.R3 K8
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 152 l.
Number of Pages152
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4072349M
LC Control Number79632539

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A CERTAIN relationship between the radioactivity of a mineral water and the age of the sediments it is flowing through has been pointed out in a previous publication (MIHOLIC, ). It was then stated that waters issuing from sediments belonging to the Carboniferous and Cretaceous show, on the average, a higher radioactivity than those which flow from Cited by: 3.

DISCUSSION Throughout these studies three subjects have been emphasized regarding the interaction of ~aTCs between flowing water and bed sediments, namely, the uptake by the bed sediments, the transport of sediments containing ~ 37Cs, and the desorption of Cs from the radioactive bed by: 4.

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Abstract. The finite element model LFESCOT (Flow, Energy, Salinity, Sediment and Contaminant Transport Model) was synthesized under this study to simulate radionuclide transport in estuaries to obtain accurate radionuclide distributions which are affected by these factors: time variance, three-dimensional flow, temperature, salinity, and sediments.

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