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The scheme of the reservoir bed is applied to numerical study of the hydrothermal regime of the Krasnoyarsk Reservoir in the form of regions with continuous depth variation and abrupt width change. A numerical algorithm for the research of 2-D stratified currents in vertical plane in flowing reservoirs is considered taking into account Coriolis force. The numerical model determines the vertical distributions of water temperature in various areas of a reservoir real meteodata. There are given examples of water currents and temperature calculations in the Krasnoyarsk Reservoir. The results of the calculations are consistent with the observational data.
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THERMAL SCIENCE YEAR 2019, VOLUME 23, ISSUE Supplement 2, PAGES [S455 - S462]
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