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Applicability of $$K_{d}$$ for modelling dissolved $$^{137}$$Cs concentrations in Fukushima river water; Case study of the upstream Ota River

福島河川水中における溶存態セシウム濃度のモデリングに関する$$K_{d}$$の適用可能性; 太田川上流に関するケーススタディ

佐久間 一幸; 辻 英樹*; 林 誠二*; 舟木 泰智; Malins, A.; 吉村 和也; 操上 広志; 北村 哲浩; 飯島 和毅; 細見 正明*

Sakuma, Kazuyuki; Tsuji, Hideki*; Hayashi, Seiji*; Funaki, Hironori; Malins, A.; Yoshimura, Kazuya; Kurikami, Hiroshi; Kitamura, Akihiro; Iijima, Kazuki; Hosomi, Masaaki*

福島河川水中の溶存態$$^{137}$$Cs濃度を数値計算するにあたって、分配係数($$K_{d}$$)を用いた吸脱着モデルの適用可能性を評価した。数値計算結果は平水時および出水時の水と浮遊砂の流出フラックス、懸濁態$$^{137}$$Cs濃度を再現した。一方、河川水中の溶存態$$^{137}$$Cs濃度の実測値の再現性は低かった。粗い粒径区分の$$K_{d}$$をチューニングした結果、平水時の溶存態$$^{137}$$Cs平均濃度を再現することが可能であった(実測値:0.32Bq/L, 計算値: 0.36Bq/L)。しかし、平水時の溶存態$$^{137}$$Cs濃度の季節変動(0.14-0.53Bq/L)や出水時の濃度上昇(0.18-0.88Bq/L, mean: 0.55Bq/L)は現実的な数値計算パラメータでは再現することはできなかった。

A study is presented on the applicability of the distribution coefficient ($$K_{d}$$) absorption/desorption model to simulate dissolved $$^{137}$$Cs concentrations in Fukushima river water. The simulation results were in good agreement with the observations on water and suspended sediment fluxes, and on particulate bound $$^{137}$$Cs concentrations under both ambient and high flow conditions. By contrast the measured concentrations of dissolved $$^{137}$$Cs in the river water were much harder to reproduce with the simulations. By tuning the $$K_{d}$$ values for large particles, it was possible to reproduce the mean dissolved $$^{137}$$Cs concentrations during base flow periods (observation: 0.32 Bq/L, simulation: 0.36 Bq/L). However neither the seasonal variability in the base flow dissolved $$^{137}$$Cs concentrations (0.14-0.53 Bq/L), nor the peaks in concentration that occurred during storms (0.18-0.88 Bq/L, mean: 0.55 Bq/L), could be reproduced with realistic simulation parameters.

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