Original title: Neutrally stratified flow modelling over complex terrain at meso-scale: open-cut coal mine study
Authors: Nosek, Štěpán ; Jaňour, Zbyněk ; Jurčáková, Klára ; Kellnerová, Radka ; Kukačka, Libor
Document type: Papers
Conference/Event: Experimental Fluid Mechanics 2012 /7./, Hradec Králové (CZ), 2012-11-20 / 2012-11-23
Year: 2012
Language: eng
Abstract: The objective of this case study was to determine the influence of the coal mine cavity and its vicinity on the main flow field with respect to prevailing wind direction. In order to model the neutrally stratified flow over extremely huge open-cut coal mine Libouš situated at north-west of Czech Republic the laminar flow analogy was applied. The model was scaled down to 1:9000 according to dimensions of wind-tunnel and selected coal mine surroundings. The measurements of longitudinal and lateral velocity components in selected vertical, resp. horizontal planes were performed by LDA. The measured data will be used for validation of CFD simulation and for selections of area of interest at bigger scales where turbulent flow modelling will be performed. The results revealed that not only of cavity shape and deepness but also the surroundings orography has influence on flow pattern, hence on ventilation, within the area of interest.
Keywords: air pollution; atmospheric boundary layer; laminar-turbulent analogy; meso-scale
Project no.: TA01020428 (CEP), CEZ:AV0Z20760514 (CEP)
Host item entry: Experimental Fluid Mechanics 2012, ISBN 978-80-7372-912-7

Institution: Institute of Thermomechanics AS ČR (web)
Document availability information: Fulltext is available at the institute of the Academy of Sciences.
Original record: http://hdl.handle.net/11104/0217646

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