STREAM2 Revision 1: An aqueous release emergency response model

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This report documents the revision for STREAM2 code and its input files. STREAM2 is an aqueous transport module of the WIND system. As requested by the Emergency Response Department, two surface aqueous release locations (McQueen Branch and Tims Branch) were added in the STREAM2 code. In addition, the revised STREAM2 has the capability to vary the channel-segment volume based on channel flow to better represent the open channel hydraulics. Thus, the updated version of STREAM2 improves the contaminant transport calculation

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Chen, K.F. April 14, 2000.

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This report documents the revision for STREAM2 code and its input files. STREAM2 is an aqueous transport module of the WIND system. As requested by the Emergency Response Department, two surface aqueous release locations (McQueen Branch and Tims Branch) were added in the STREAM2 code. In addition, the revised STREAM2 has the capability to vary the channel-segment volume based on channel flow to better represent the open channel hydraulics. Thus, the updated version of STREAM2 improves the contaminant transport calculation

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  • Journal Name: Science of Total Environment; Other Information: Submitted to Science of Total Environment; (14 Apr 2000)

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Chen, K.F. STREAM2 Revision 1: An aqueous release emergency response model, article, April 14, 2000; South Carolina. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc708869/: accessed October 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.