MIKE 21/3 Advection Dispersion (AD) is dynamically linked to the Hydrodynamic Module to describe continuity, momentum, temperature, salinity and density. This connection enables users to calculate the resulting transport of any substance based on flow conditions in lakes, estuaries, bays, coastal areas and seas.
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The Ecology and Water Quality Module (MIKE ECO Lab) is closely integrated with MIKE 21/3 AD and the Hydrodynamic Module. MIKE ECO Lab simulates reaction processes in multi-compound systems or of substances with a more complex decay than linear, i.e. decay of substances that also depend on light intensity like E. coli. This enables users to perform complex ecosystem studies in coastal areas, estuaries and lakes.
With MIKE 21/3 AD, users can simulate the sources of Combined Sewer Overflows (CSO) to evaluate abatement schemes or use as input for online water quality forecasts.
Benefit from the maximum degree of flexibility as the computational mesh in MIKE 21/3 AD is based on the unstructured meshes approach. This provides users with the ability to control node distribution resulting in optimal node usage and adaptation of mesh resolution to the relevant physical scales.
In numerical models the dispersion usually describes transport due to non-resolved processes. In coastal areas it can be transport due to non-resolved turbulence or eddies. Especially in the horizontal directions, the effects of non-resolved processes can be significant, in which case the dispersion coefficient formally should depend on the resolution. In a 3D model, it is important to distinguish between horizontal dispersion due to e.g. non-resolved eddies, and vertical dispersion due to e.g. bed generated turbulence. Hence, dispersion in horizontal and vertical directions is specified separately.
MIKE 21/3 AD is now supported by GPU acceleration which is particularly valuable in the screening phase of many marine Environmental Impact Assessments (EIAs).This makes it possible to achieve the same magnitude of speed-up factors to those reported for the Hydrodynamic Module.
MIKE 21/3 AD takes advantage of the efficient parallelisation techniques implemented in MIKE 21 for the use of multiple cores and GPUs. Special techniques have also been developed to enhance calculation speed within the morphological modelling.