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December 12, 2008 14:58 AOGS 2007 - HS Volume 9in x 6in This page intentionally left blank b672-V11-ch03 December 12, 2008 14:58 AOGS 2007 - HS Volume 9in x 6in b672-V11-ch04 Advances in Geosciences Vol. 11: Hydrological Science (2007) Eds. Namsik Park et al. jp We have proposed a mathematical model (a static model), a dynamical model, and a modiﬁed dynamical model of a geyser induced by inﬂow of gas (a periodic bubbling spring) based on observation and model experiments of the geyser and have also proposed a combined model combining the above two models.
37 December 12, 2008 14:58 AOGS 2007 - HS Volume 38 9in x 6in b672-V11-ch04 H. 4 And, numerical simulations of the modiﬁed dynamical model or the combined model have reappeared the dynamics of spouting of geysers (periodic bubbling springs). 10 In this study, we add the evaporation eﬀect of gas dissolved in hot spring water during spouting to the combined model so as to recreate more practical spouting of a geyser induced by inﬂow of gas (a periodic bubbling spring). When hot spring water goes up from the underground deep region during spouting mode, vapor pressure of gas dissolved in it saturates before it reaches a spouting spout because of a drop in pressure.
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Advances in Geosciences: Volume 11: Hydrological Science (Hs) by Namsik Park, Wing-Huen Ip