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Simulation Research on Water Quality in the Irrigation Section of Jinsha River

  • Xu WangEmail author
  • Ping Yu
Conference paper
Part of the IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology book series (IFIPAICT, volume 509)

Abstract

A two-dimensional water quality model is established on a section in the middle reaches of Jinsha River, based on the numerical simulation method. Considering the situation within the reach of many sewage outlets, the transport of pollutants in the river is simulated. Calculation results reveal the distribution characteristics of pollutants concentration under the effect of multi-sewage outlet discharge. The results show that the transport of pollutants along the riverside has little effect on the other side of the river. According to the predicted results, the water quality of the water intakes near the downstream reaches may not meet the standard of water quality. Therefore, the water obtained by intakes is not suitable for irrigation. It is essential to carry out effective measures to improve the water intake scheme. The paper can provide a scientific basis for the planning and design of the reasonable water intakes of the Jinsha River.

Keywords

Two-dimensional water quality model Pollutant concentration Numerical simulation method Irrigation water intake 

Notes

Acknowledgment

Funds for this research were provided by science and technology funds from Tianjin Agricultural University (2013N13) and open cooperation funds of State Key Laboratory of Hydraulics and Mountain River Engineering Sichuan University (2016gzzx1-1)

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.College of Water Conservancy EngineeringTianjin Agricultural UniversityTianjinChina

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