Two simple models are presented for predicting transport behaviour of pollutants, in case of accidents in a river. The first model is especially suitable for predicting transport in the neigbourhood of the accident, while the second model can be used for longer distancies, including inflcw, outflow and velocity variations. Relevant model parameters are discussed and attention is payed to the description of elimination processes. Furthermore the effects are discussed of exchange processes, not accounted for by the models.
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- Predicting Transport Behaviour of Organic Pollutants Using Simple Mathematical Models
P. S. Griffioen
D. van de Meent
- Springer Netherlands
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