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Title: THE COASTAL CURRENTS OFFSHORE THE NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS AT NORTHERN TAIWAN
Authors: Jian-Hwa Hu
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:海洋環境資訊系
Keywords: coastal tidal currents
ADCP
synoptic
vortices
Date: 2005-03
Issue Date: 2018-09-18T08:50:00Z
Publisher: J. of Marine Sci. and Tech.
Abstract: Abstract: Coastal tidal currents play an important role to disperse the warm
waters outlet from cooling system of a nuclear power plant (NPP).
The modern technique of ship-board acoustic Doppler current profiler
(SB-ADCP) was intensively applied to scan the current fields
around the three NPPs at northern Taiwan. Sophisticated data processing
provides time series of synoptic flow charts of vectors in grids
associated with streamlines, allowing the visualization of how the bay
like coastline input its boundary layer effect to the current field. The
generation of cyclonic or anti-cyclonic vortices inside the bay in flood
or ebb tide and their migration to out of the bay later on to participate
the alternation of the tidal currents are remarkably observed. The
difference among the three bay-like coasts or bottom topography in
shape or size should be the main cause to the different behaviors of
their vortices, emphasizing the variety of the dynamic backgrounds
for the environmental studies upon the thermal plumes.
Relation: 12(5) pp.355-363
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw:8080/ir/handle/987654321/50181
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