First Advisor

Scott Wells

Date of Award

2014

Document Type

Project

Degree Name

Master of Science (M.S.) in Civil & Environmental Engineering

Department

Civil and Environmental Engineering

Language

English

Subjects

Water quality -- Iraq -- Models, Water-supply -- Iraq -- Models, Water quality -- Computer simulation, Tigris River Watershed -- Hydrologic models, Hydrodynamics -- Mathematical models

DOI

10.15760/CEEMP.26

Abstract

The Tigris River is the eastern member of the two great rivers in Iraq. Two big rivers pass through Iraq, Mesopotamia. Tigris and Euphrates Rivers with their tributaries form a major river system in the Middle East. Four riparian countries, Turkey, Syria, Iran, and Iraq, share the Tigris River basin area and Iraq has the majority of this basin area. The total length of the Tigris is 1850 km from which 1418 km is within Iraq. A study area of 880 km from Mosul dam to Kut barrage is modeled using a water quality CE-QUAL-W2 model. CE-QUAL-W2 is a two-dimensional (longitudinal and vertical) water quality model developed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Portland State University. W2 simulates river circulation, stage, vertical and horizontal velocities, water temperature, and a host of water quality constituents. Total dissolved solids (TDS) is the main concern in Iraq because Iraq heavily depends on its water for irrigation purposes. Therefore, this project discusses the implementation of CE-QUAL-W2 model on Tigris River to simulate flow, temperature, and TDS.

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Comments

A research project report submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree of Master of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering

Persistent Identifier

http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/13215

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