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ALEKSANDRA ZIEMISKA-STOLARSKA, e-mail: aleksandra.zieminska-stolarska@p.lodz.

pl, phone: 42 6313791, Andrzej Polan czyk, Ireneusz Zbicin ski


LODZ UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, FACULTY OF PROCESS AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING, 90-924 D, WLCZAOSKA 213 STR.

Sulejow Reservoir situated in central Poland in the middle
reach of the Pilica River is a typical lowland, low volume wa-
ter body with major fluctuations of water level.
Study area Study area Study area Sulejow Reservoir Sulejow Reservoir Sulejow Reservoir
Abstract Abstract Abstract
3D hydrodynamic model of the Sulejow Reservoir based on the real data was developed, verified and tested. CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) calculations of the flow in the
reservoir were performed for monthly hydrodynamic and meteorological conditions using the ANSYS Fluent 14.0 software. A hexahedral mesh with over 16 million elements and
k- SST turbulence model was applied for single-phase simulations in steady-state conditions to determine mean hydrodynamic parameters in every month of the reference year.
CFD model of the lake was validated on the basis of flow velocity measurements.
3D geometry was constructed by using GAMBIT 2.2.30
software. The domain surface was discretized using hexahedral
(structural) mesh with approx. 16 700 000 elements.

Moving boat Acoustic Doppler current profilers (ADCP) (Fig. 4).
measurements provided spatially picture of flow conditions in the
Sulejow Reservoir The velocity fields were measured at 4 cross-
sections.
Fig. 4. Acoustic Doppler current profilers (ADCP).
Segmentation technique, based on
36 cross sections profiles of the
was applied. Final verification of
the accuracy of the reservoir shape
was feasible on the basis of satel-
lite photograph of the object.
(Fig. 2).
Flow field in the Sulejow Resvoir is transient in nature, containing turbu-
lent structures and swirl flows. (Fig. 5) Three regions of swirling flow
were developed. One around the islands (place of the constrictions), one
below the Pilica inlet due to the small depth (0,3 m) and higher velocity
(12,83 m
3
/s - June; 25,65 m
3
/s - December) and one below the outlet of
the reservoir.
Computational model Computational model Computational model
Parameters, Boundary & Initial Conditions Parameters, Boundary & Initial Conditions Parameters, Boundary & Initial Conditions
Validation of the model Validation of the model Validation of the model
Boundary conditions applied for the domain were: two inlets (Pilica
and Luciaza rivers), one outlet (dam).
At the water table the moving wall function was used, which enables si-
mulations under wind conditions.
Calculation were provided under steady-state conditions, for single
phase using ANSYS FLUENT software.
Results Results Results
Analysis of flow hydrodynamics in the Sulejow Reservoir
Fig. 5. Velocity field (m/s) in the Sulejow Reservoir in A)December B) June.