## Oxygen transfer across the air-water interface with surface shear |

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But the slope can be related to the velocity and depth by Chezy's equation U = Cv

^FTS (3.2.1) where C is the Chezy ... Two such terms are the

and the turbulent energy dissipation rate, E. The

But the slope can be related to the velocity and depth by Chezy's equation U = Cv

^FTS (3.2.1) where C is the Chezy ... Two such terms are the

**friction velocity**, u*,and the turbulent energy dissipation rate, E. The

**friction velocity**l5 Models for ...Page 16

and the turbulent energy dissipation rate, E. The

the shear stress and is related to the turbulence intensity. The energy dissipation

is related to viscosity which has a strong effect at the smaller scales of motion ...

and the turbulent energy dissipation rate, E. The

**friction velocity**is a measure ofthe shear stress and is related to the turbulence intensity. The energy dissipation

is related to viscosity which has a strong effect at the smaller scales of motion ...

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relationship exists between the reaeration coefficient in lakes and oceans and

the wind shear velocity which is similar to ... Gas exchange was characterized by

a transfer velocity, which was related to the

...

relationship exists between the reaeration coefficient in lakes and oceans and

the wind shear velocity which is similar to ... Gas exchange was characterized by

a transfer velocity, which was related to the

**friction velocity**in the water due to the...

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### Contents

Available Field Data | 48 |

Data Analysis Techniques | 55 |

Results of Research | 60 |

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A.2 ADDITIONAL DATA ADDITIONAL DATA continued air-water interface approximately Brtko channel CM CM CM concentration constant determined dimensional analysis dimensionless groups dissipation rate Eloubaidy and Plate energy dissipation energy slope friction velocity gas transfer coefficient hydraulic INDICA1ES iswi Lab Lab mass transfer method Minitab molecular diffusion NOAA NOAA Weather Station nondimensionalize nonlinear regression obtained OSOOO*0 parameters Plot pool & riffle prediction equation primary variables rad-tracer radioactive tracer reaeration coefficient reaeration rate regression analysis Reynolds Number root mean square roughness length secondary variables SECTION A.2 ADDITIONAL set Data Group shallow shear stress shear velocity stream reaeration surface shear Thames Estuary tracer gas tracer technique tritium Tsivoglou Tsivoglou-Wallace data Tsivoglou-Wallace l972 turbulence U.S. Geological Survey values varies VEC1OR velocity and depth water surface wind effect wind shear wind speed wind velocity Wisconsin data set