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3 Numerical Example In this ﬁnal subsection we present the numerical results obtained for a realistic example consisting of two tanks: the ﬁrst tank Ω1 is a shallow tank of dimensions 16 m × 16 m × 4 m, and the second one Ω2 is a deeper tank of dimensions 8 m × 8 m × 16 m. ) Permanence times will be the same for both tanks: T 1 = T 2 = 200 hours. 5 0 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 Fig. 1. Averaged concentrations of nitrogen (N), phytoplankton (P), zooplankton (Z), and organic detritus (D) in the ﬁrst tank Ω1 .
1) with ﬁrst-order closure). 2) w c = −Kz ∂z where γ represents the countergradient term. 3) where Sk is the skewness, σw is the vertical turbulent velocity variance (m/s), Tlw is the vertical Lagrangian time scale (s) and τ is the relaxation time (s). 3), the turbulence closure problem was solved without obeying Fick’s law, which is called non-Fickian closure. The nonFickian closure allows the investigation of more energy eddies at diﬀerent heights and the eﬀect of the asymmetric transport in the computation of 4 An Analytical Solution by Integral Transform Technique 35 the pollutant concentration, considering in a more complete way the complex structure of the turbulent dispersion.
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