Numerical Analysis of the Impact Factors on the Flow Fields in a Large Shallow Lake
AbstractWetland acts as an important part of climatic regulation, water purification, and biodiversity maintenance. As an integral part of wetlands, large shallow lakes play an essential role in protecting ecosystem diversity and providing water sources. Baihe Lake in the Momoge Wetland is one such example, so it is necessary to study the flow pattern characteristics of this lake under different conditions. A new model, based on the lattice Boltzmann method, was used to investigate the effects of different impact factors on flow fields, such as water discharge from surrounding farmland, rainfall, wind speed, and aquatic vegetation. Importantly, this study provides a hydrodynamic basis for local ecological protection and restoration work. View Full-Text
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Liu, H.; Zhu, Z.; Liu, J.; Liu, Q. Numerical Analysis of the Impact Factors on the Flow Fields in a Large Shallow Lake. Water 2019, 11, 155.
Liu H, Zhu Z, Liu J, Liu Q. Numerical Analysis of the Impact Factors on the Flow Fields in a Large Shallow Lake. Water. 2019; 11(1):155.Chicago/Turabian Style
Liu, Haifei; Zhu, Zhexian; Liu, Jingling; Liu, Qiang. 2019. "Numerical Analysis of the Impact Factors on the Flow Fields in a Large Shallow Lake." Water 11, no. 1: 155.
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