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S2: Environmental Fluid Mechanics

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Dragutin T. Mihailovic, University Novi Sad, Serbia
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Prof. Dragutin T. Mihailovic, University Novi Sad, Serbia
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Description

Environmental Fluid Mechanics (EFM) is the scientific study of transport, dispersion and transformation processes in natural fluid flows on our planet Earth, from the microscale to the planetary scale. Stratification and turbulence are two essential ingredients of EFM. Stratification occurs when the density of the fluid varies spatially, as in a sea breeze where masses of warm and cold air lie next to each other or in an estuary where fresh river water flows over saline seawater. Turbulence is the term used to characterize the complex, seemingly random motions that continually result from instabilities in fluid flows. Turbulence is ubiquitous in natural fluid flows because of the large scales that these flows typically occupy. The processes studied by EFM greatly affect the quality of natural ecosystems and are largely studied using also modeling techniques and software packages. For this session papers reporting observational, experimental, modeling and theoretical investigations would be welcome.

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Diffusion, turbulent dispersion and mixing in natural waters. Contaminants transport in surface and subsurface waters, including water-sediments interactions, vegetated flows and air-water exchanges in natural waters. Stratified flows. Modelling of transport of water and chemicals in the soil. Modelling of flux exchanges between non-homogeneous surfaces and atmosphere. Modelling of planetary boundary layer land surface processes. Modelling of planetary boundary climatic change and future state in agriculture and forestry. Uncertainties in environmental modelling and occurrence of deterministic chaos. Predicting the occurrence of plant diseases. Turbulent jet and plumes. Two-phase and multiphase flows

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  • Diffusion, turbulent dispersion and mixing in natural waters
  • Contaminants transport in surface and subsurface waters, including water-sediments interactions, vegetated flows and air-water exchanges in natural waters
  • Stratified flows
  • Modelling of transport of water and chemicals in the soil
  • Modelling of flux exchanges between non-homogeneous surfaces and atmosphere
  • Modelling of planetary boundary layer land surface processes
  • Modelling of planetary boundary climatic change and future state in agriculture and forestry
  • Uncertainties in environmental modelling and occurrence of deterministic chaos
  • Predicting the occurrence of plant diseases
  • Turbulent jet and plumes
  • Two-phase and multiphase flows

Description

Environmental Fluid Mechanics (EFM) is the scientific study of transport, dispersion and transformation processes in natural fluid flows on our planet Earth, from the microscale to the planetary scale. Stratification and turbulence are two essential ingredients of EFM. Stratification occurs when the density of the fluid varies spatially, as in a sea breeze where masses of warm and cold air lie next to each other or in an estuary where fresh river water flows over saline seawater. Turbulence is the term used to characterize the complex, seemingly random motions that continually result from instabilities in fluid flows. Turbulence is ubiquitous in natural fluid flows because of the large scales that these flows typically occupy. The processes studied by EFM greatly affect the quality of natural ecosystems and are largely studied using also modeling techniques and software packages. For this session papers reporting observational, experimental, modeling and theoretical investigations would be welcome.

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