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Watershed & Water Quality Modeling Technical Support Center Dispersion and Exchanges

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Watershed & Water Quality Modeling Technical Support Center

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Diffusion and Dispersion Diffusion: process where a constituent moves from a higher concentration to a lower concentrationDiffusion: process where a constituent moves from a higher concentration to a lower concentration Dispersion: mixing caused by physical processesDispersion: mixing caused by physical processes time

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Watershed & Water Quality Modeling Technical Support Center Diffusion and Dispersion Molecular Diffusion: Random motion of particlesMolecular Diffusion: Random motion of particles Eddy Diffusion: Turbulent mixing of particlesEddy Diffusion: Turbulent mixing of particles Mechanical Dispersion: mixing caused by variations in velocitiesMechanical Dispersion: mixing caused by variations in velocities

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Watershed & Water Quality Modeling Technical Support Center Mathematical Representations Diffusion:Diffusion: –Fick’s First Law of Diffusion Flux = Dispersion:Dispersion: –Analogous to Fick’s First Law C1C1 C2C2 L 12 Exchange = Exchange =

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Watershed & Water Quality Modeling Technical Support Center Range of Values for Diffusion and Dispersion ProcessDirection Typical Range [m 2 /s] Molecular Diffusion Vertical to Lateral Longitudinal Turbulent Diffusion Vertical to Lateral to 10 2 Longitudinal DispersionVertical to Lateral to 10 0 Longitudinal to 10 4

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Watershed & Water Quality Modeling Technical Support Center Diffusion Coefficients ConditionDispersion Coefficient [m 2 /s] Molecular Diffusion Compacted Sediment to Bioturbated Sediment to Lakes – Vertically to Large Rivers – Lateral to Large Rivers – Longitudinal 10 0 to 10 2 Estuaries – Longitudinal 10 2 to 10 3 From Schnoor, Environmental Modeling: Fate and Transport of Pollutants in Water, Air, and Soil, 1996.

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Watershed & Water Quality Modeling Technical Support Center Determining Dispersion Streams & RiversStreams & Rivers –Generally Neglect Dispersion –Determine by Calibration or Dye Study EstuariesEstuaries –Calibration to Salinity data using observed downstream boundary concentration as the forcing function LakesLakes –Calibration to Temperature Data –Calibration to Chloride Data

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Watershed & Water Quality Modeling Technical Support Center Dispersion in Rivers Longitudinal Dispersion Coefficient in Rivers, E x [m 2 /sec] = Mean Velocity [m/sec] B= Width, [m] d = Depth (hydraulic radius), [m] u* = Shear Velocity, [m/sec] = S= Channel Slope [m/m] Fischer, et al., 1979.

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Watershed & Water Quality Modeling Technical Support Center Dispersion in Rivers Lateral Dispersion Coefficient in Rivers, E y [m 2 /sec] d = Depth (hydraulic radius), [m] u* = Shear Velocity, [m/sec] = 0.23 (long, wide lab flume)Elder, 1959 = 0.17 (straight lab flume) Sayre (1973), Sayre and Chang (1968) = 0.22 – 0.65, most 0.3 Yotsukura and Cobb(1972), Yotsukura and Sayre (1976) Elder, E y = du*

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Watershed & Water Quality Modeling Technical Support Center Dispersion in Rivers Vertical Dispersion Coefficient in Rivers, E z [m 2 /sec] K= von Karman coefficient, ~ 0.4 d = Depth (hydraulic radius), [m] u* = Shear Velocity, [m/sec] Jobson and Sayre, 1970.

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Watershed & Water Quality Modeling Technical Support Center Dispersion in Lakes Vertical Dispersion Coefficient in Lakes, E z [m 2 /sec] d = Depth, [m] Jobson and Sayre, 1970.

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Watershed & Water Quality Modeling Technical Support Center Dispersion Measurements Chattahoochee River, GA E x = 32.5 m 2 /s Susquehanna River, PA E x = 92.9 m 2 /s Missouri River, NB-IA E x = 465 – 1487 m 2 /s Antietam Creek, MD E x = m 2 /s Powell River, TN E x = 9.5 m 2 /s Lake Onondaga, NY E z = – 0.09 cm 2 /s (across thermocline) Lake Zurich, Switzerland E z = 0.02 – 0.71 cm 2 /s (across thermocline) Lake Erie E z = 0.21 cm 2 /s (across thermocline) Lake Ontario E z = – cm 2 /s (across thermocline) Lake Erie E z = 15 cm 2 /s (whole lake) Lake Huron E z = 1.16 cm 2 /s (whole lake) Cayuga Lake E z = 2.31 cm 2 /s (whole lake) Lake Ontario E z = 3.47 cm 2 /s (whole lake)

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Watershed & Water Quality Modeling Technical Support Center Implementing Dispersion in WASP: Exchanges C1C1 C2C2 E 12

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Watershed & Water Quality Modeling Technical Support Center Setting Up Dispersion in WASP Six identical segments. Each 10m x 10m x 10m in size Purely Dispersive System Need to set up exchange between each segment: E x = m 2 /sec C 1 = 0.6 mg/L C 2 = C 3 = C 4 = C 5 = C 6 = 0.0 mg/L

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Watershed & Water Quality Modeling Technical Support Center Segment Structure Set Up Use Simple Toxicant ModuleUse Simple Toxicant Module Run fromRun from –1/1/ :00 to 7/1/ :00 –Time Step of 0.1 days –Print Interval of 1 day 6 segments of 10m x 10m x 10m6 segments of 10m x 10m x 10m Model Conservative ToxicantModel Conservative Toxicant Bypass SolidsBypass Solids Initial Concentration of 0.6 mg/L in Segment 1Initial Concentration of 0.6 mg/L in Segment 1

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Watershed & Water Quality Modeling Technical Support Center Segment Tab Set up 6 Water Segments 1000 m 3 each 10 m deep

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Watershed & Water Quality Modeling Technical Support Center Set Up Exchanges

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Watershed & Water Quality Modeling Technical Support Center Set Up Exchanges 1)Turn on “Surface Water” 2)Define “Exchange Function” as “Lateral Dispersion” 3)Define Exchanges from Segment one to Segment two 4)Define value as m 2 /sec

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Watershed & Water Quality Modeling Technical Support Center Set Up Exchanges WASP Structure of Exchanges requires E 12 = Dispersion Exchange Coefficient [m2/s] A 12 = Cross-section Dispersion Area [m2] L 12 = Characteristic Dispersion Length [m] typically defined as 0.5*( L 1 + L 2 ) where L 1 and L 2 are the lengths of segments 1 and 2. Therefore, Area = 100 m 2 and Distance = 10 m

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Watershed & Water Quality Modeling Technical Support Center Set Up Exchanges

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Watershed & Water Quality Modeling Technical Support Center Dispersion Output

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Watershed & Water Quality Modeling Technical Support Center Distance Concentration [ug/L]

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