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Hydraulic Experiment for Pollutant Discharge Characteristics in a Wolseong Nuclear Power Plant Port
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Hydraulic Experiment for Pollutant Discharge Characteristics in a Wolseong Nuclear Power Plant Port
Yang, Byung-Mo; Min, Byung-Il; Park, Kihyun; Kim, Sora; Lee, Jung Lyul; Suh, Kyung-Suk;
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 Abstract
In this study, the dispersion process of pollutant substances in a port under wave and current environments was evaluated by a hydraulic experiment. Once the contaminants washed ashore into the port of Wolseong nuclear power plant, transport processes of pollutants were investigated by tracking the tracer according to the variations of experimental condition through a hydraulic experiment. Several hydraulic experiments were performed to analyze the pollutant discharge rate of the surface coming from the different coastal environments. From the hydraulic experiment results, the tracer concentration decreased exponentially. These results suggested that, after the tracer was transported to the open sea, a different gradient was shown under different conditions. For the case of a diluted condition, the half-life of flow rate was 2.70, 10.40, and 26.39 days for 30, 20 and 10 rpm in the left-side, respectively. The decrease of the tracer concentration under conditions of 30 rpm was much faster than that under conditions of 10 rpm. For the wave condition, the half-life of flow rate was 4.59 and 15.35 days for the right and left side of the port in a hydraulic scale prototype, respectively.
 Keywords
Wolseong nuclear power plant;Pollutants discharge;Hydraulic experiment;Discharge characteristics;
 Language
Korean
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