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Title: Developments in LARM2 : a longitudinal-vertical, time-varying hydrodynamic reservoir model
Authors: J. E. Edinger Associates, Inc.
Hydraulics Laboratory (U.S.)
Environmental and Water Quality Operational Studies (U.S.)
Edinger, John Eric
Buchak, Edward M.
Keywords: Reservoirs
Water quality
Computer program
Mathematical models
Numerical models
Publisher: Environmental Laboratory (U.S.)
Engineer Research and Development Center (U.S.)
Description: Technical Report
Abstract: A two-dimensional, laterally averaged reservoir hydrodynamic model, LARM, was modified to provide several enhancements. The two major enhancements made to the numerical model were the incorporation of a water quality transport module (WQTM) and the capability to add or delete upstream longitudinal segments during flooding or drawdown. WQTM is a general-purpose transport algorithm for which the user must specify the water quality constituents and the constituent internal sources and sinks with the associated reaction rates. Included within the report are discussion of previous LARM applications and recommendations for future development. The version of the LARM code that resulted from this effort is referred to as LARM2. In addition to the developments reported herein, there is a user guide for LARM2 entitled "User Guide for LARM2 : A Longitudinal- Vertical, Time-Varying Hydrodynamic Reservoir Model" (Buchak and Edinger, 1982).
Rights: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.
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