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2013 (Vol. 5, Issue: 11)
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Numerical Modeling of Flow Pattern Changes in Tidal Inlet of TIYAB Port

Siroc Ershadi, Majid Arasteh and M. Tajziehchi
Corresponding Author:  Majid Arasteh 

Key words:  Inlet, model of HD, tidal current, TIYAB port, , ,
Vol. 5 , (11): 691-702
Submitted Accepted Published
August 27, 2013 October 08, 2013 November 20, 2013

Inlets are as environments connecting the sea and small water bodies, Commercial and recreational vessels require secure channel in entrance to pass through the sea ports, so inlets can be important. Hydrodynamic characteristics of the inlet are varied. These conditions in relatively simple terms include changes in tidal water level to form a complex in which the combined effects of tides, wind waves and wind stress and fresh water entering the system make certain effects. TIYAB Inlet entrance is located 7 km north-east of the Strait of Hormuz. In this study, using field studies, including changes in water level, velocity and direction of currents, hydrography, boundaries and other required information, the pattern of use of bundle MIKE21 HD models and simulations are discussed 's. Comparison of model outputs with field data shows that the model is highly desirable to be able to simulate the tidal current pattern is in the loch. Sediment at the bottom of the main reasons was worthy of further analysis.
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Siroc Ershadi, Majid Arasteh and M. Tajziehchi, 2013. Numerical Modeling of Flow Pattern Changes in Tidal Inlet of TIYAB Port.  Research Journal of Environmental and Earth Sciences, 5(11): 691-702.
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