The dynamics of stratified exchange flow due to saltwater intrusion into ambient freshwater in a submerged and obstructed channel is modelled using the computational fluid dynamics approach. The numerical experiments are designed to aid the interpretation of density interface-generated turbulence characteristics. The computational domain of the numerical study is a full-scale representation of the experimental apparatus of a trapezoidal stratified flow flume in the Coriolis Rotating Platform at LEGI, Grenoble.

Numerical study of turbulence characteristics of bidirectional flow through a trapezoidal channel

Daniela MALCANGIO;
2022

Abstract

The dynamics of stratified exchange flow due to saltwater intrusion into ambient freshwater in a submerged and obstructed channel is modelled using the computational fluid dynamics approach. The numerical experiments are designed to aid the interpretation of density interface-generated turbulence characteristics. The computational domain of the numerical study is a full-scale representation of the experimental apparatus of a trapezoidal stratified flow flume in the Coriolis Rotating Platform at LEGI, Grenoble.
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