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MISCELLANEOUS PAPER H-78-6

GEORGETOWN HARBOR, SOUTH CAROLINA


Report I

HYDRAULIC, SALINITY, AND SHOALING VERIFICATION


l-lydraulic Model Investigation

by
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J. Trawle

l-lydraulics Laboratory
U. S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station
P. 0. Box 631, Vicksburg, Miss. 39180

February 1978
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HYDRAULIC, SALINITY, AND SHOALING VERIFICATION;
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Salinity
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Tides

ABSTl'ACT ("CGatfaue . . . .,..,... eblil ft nee- 17 -.:ltl klftl:llfT lty block nUIIIber)

The Georgetown Harbor model, a fixed-bed model constructed to linear scal.e


ratios of 1:800 horizontally and 1:80 vertically, reproduced a portion of the
Atlantic Ocean, Winyah Bay including Mud Bay, North Inlet and marshes between
Winyah Bay and North Inlet, the Sampit River including Georgetown Harbor, and
the lower portions of the Pee Dee, Black, and Waccamaw Rivers and adjacent
marshes. The model was equipped with necessary appurtenances for the accurate
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ABSTRACT (Continued).

reproduction and measurement of tides, tidal currents, salinity intrusion,


freshwater inflow, and shoaling distribution. The purposes of the model
study were (1) to determine the effects on the hydraulic, salinity, and
shoaling characteristics of a deepening from 27 to 35 ft of the main
navigation channel to Georgetown Harbor and (2) to determine if present
maintenance dredging can be reduced by proposed plans involving channel
revisions, sediment traps, and freshwater flow diversion. These studies
will be reported in later reports.
Model verification tests, presented in this report, were conducted to
ensure that the model hydraulic, salinity, and shoaling characteristics
were in satisfactory agreement with those of the prototype. The agreements
attained between model and prototype were considered satisfactory for the
types of tests conducted in the model.

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PREFACE
The Georgetown Harbor model investigation was approved by the
Office, Chief of Engineers, U. S. Army, on 8 July 1971.

Design and con-

struction of the model were accomplished during the period October 1972July 1973.

Hydraulic and salinity adjustment of the model was conducted

during the period August 1973-June 1975.

Shoaling verification of the

model was conducted during the period July 1975-June 1976.


The model design, construction, and verification were carried out
in the Hydraulics Laboratory of the U. S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station (WES) under the general supervision of Messrs. H. B.
Simmons, Chief of the Hydraulics Laboratory, and F. A. Herrmann, Jr.,
Assistant Chief of the Hydraulics Laboratory, and under the direct
supervision of Mr. F. A. Herrmann, former Chief of the Estuaries Division,
Mr. R. A. Sager, present Chief of the Estuaries Division, Mr. W. H. Bobb
(retired), former Chief of the Interior Channel Branch, and Mr. R. A.
Boland, present Chief of the Interior Channel Branch.

LT R. J. Lawing

and Messrs. H. A. Benson and M. J, Trawle were Project Engineers and


were assisted by Messrs. A. J. Banchetti and D. Marzette.
was prepared by Mr. Trawle.

This report

Subsequent reports will describe various

specific studies conducted in the model.


Directors of WES during the design, construction, and verification
phases of the study and the preparation and publication of this report
were BG E. D. Peixotto, CE; COL G. H. Hilt, CE; and COL John L. Cannon,
CE.

Technical Director was Mr. F. R. Brown.

CONTENTS
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CONVERSION FACTORS, U. S. CUSTOMARY TO METRIC (SI)


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PART I: INTRODUCTION .
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Limitations of Accuracy of Model Measurements
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PART II: THE PROTOTYPE


Description . . . . .
Hydraulic Characteristics
Salinity Characteristics.
Data Surveys. . . . . .

PART III: THE MODEL. .


Description . . . . . . . .
Appurtenances . . . . . .
PART IV: VERIFICATION OF THE MODEL .

TABLES 1-46
PLATES 1-98

CONVERSION FACTORS, U. S. CUSTOMARY TO METRIC (SI)


UN ITS 0 F MEASUREMENT
U. S. customary units of measurement used in this report can be converted
to metric (SI) units as follows:
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inches

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millimetres

feet

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miles (U. S. statute)

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kilometres

square feet

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square miles (U. S. statute)

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feet per second

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cubic feet per second

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GEORGETOWN HARBOR, SOUTH CAROLINA


HYDRAULIC, SALINITY, AND SHOALING VERIFICATION
Hydraulic Model Investigation
PART I:

INTRODUCTION

Objectives
1.

Specific model objectives will be described in detail in subse-

quent reports of one or more complete phases of the overall investigation;


however, the most important general problems requiring investigation are
(a)

the present maintenance dredging requirements in the upper Winyah

Bay and Sampit River reaches of the existing Georgetown Harbor Channel
and (b)

the maintenance dredging requirements for the upper Winyah Bay

and Sampit River reaches of the proposed deepened Georgetown Harbor


Channel.

Of particular interest is the poss ibility of shifting the loca-

tion of major shoal areas to other areas where adequate dredged material
disposal areas are available and where dredging can be performed at
appreciably lower unit cost.
2. This report describes the prototype data obtained for model
verific ation, the physical model us ed for testing, and the model hydraulic, salinity, and shoaling verification.

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PART II:

THE PROTOTYPE

Description
3.

Georgetown Harbor is about 90 miles* northeast of Charleston,

South Carolina, and 120 miles southwest of Wilmington, North Carolina


(Figure 1).

The harbor is about 18 miles from the Atlantic Ocean and

is located at the mouth of the Sampit River near the head of Winyah Bay.
4.

Winyah Bay is an irregular-shaped tidal estuary extending about

16 miles from the ocean to the confluence of the Pee Dee and Waccamaw
Rivers near Georgetown, South Carolina (Plate 1).

Bay width is about

0.75 mile at the entrance between North and South Islands, 4.5 miles in
the middle section where it widens into a shallow expanse known as Mud
Bay, and 1.25 miles in the upper section.

Streams contributing to the

freshwater inflow to Winyah Bay include the Pee Dee, Waccamaw, Black,
and Sampit Rivers with a total drainage area of about 18,000 square miles.
5.

The existing navigation project provides for a 27-ft-deep

channel from the ocean to the turning basin in the Sampit River, a
distance of about 18 miles.

The channel is 600 ft wide across the outer

bar and into lower Winyah Bay, a distance of about 6 miles, then 400 ft
wide to the Georgetown Harbor turning basin.
6.

The route of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway passes through

Winyah Bay, entering the bay from the north by way of the Waccamaw River
and then southward through the Western Channel and the Esterville-Minim
Creek Canal.
Hydraulic Characteristics
7.

Georgetown Harbor has a semidiurnal tide.

The mean range of

tide varies from 4.6 ft in the jettied entrance to 3.3 ft in the Sampit
River.

The spring range varies from 5.4 ft in the entrance to 3.9 ft in

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the Sampit River.

During periods of average freshwater inflow, flood

flow predominates at the bottom throughout the harbor, while ebb flow
predominates at the surface during all flow conditions.

Maximum current

velocities in the harbor for normal conditions are of the order of 2.0
to 3.0 fps at the surface and somewhat less at the bottom.

The total

mean freshwater inflow into Winyah Bay is about 13,000 cfs, which enters
Winyah Bay at the confluence of the Pee Dee and Waccamaw Rivers.
water inflow from the Sampit River is negligible.

Fresh-

Salinity Characteristics
8.

Under most conditions, Winyah Bay is a partially mixed estuary.

Seasonal maximum salinities in the bay and tributaries generally occur


1n the dry period from July through November and vary between about 29.0
to 32.0 ppt at the bottom in the entrance to about 7.0 to 10.0 ppt at the
surface in Georgetown Harbor.

During the dry season, salt water extends

into the mouths of the Pee Dee and Waccamaw Rivers.

Seasonal minimum

salinities occur in conjunction with heavy spring rains and vary between
about 29.0 to 32.0 ppt at the bottom in the entrance to no salinity at the
surface in Georgetown Harbor.

Along the channel, surface salinities can

be as much as 12.0 to 15.0 ppt less than corresponding bottom salinities


during periods of maximum freshwater inflow.
Data Surveys
9.

In 1972, Charleston District and WES undertook an extensive

prototype data collection program in order to obtain data with which to


adjust and verify the Georgetown Harbor model.

The first data survey

occurred on 26 April 1972 during a mean tide with a total freshwater


inflow of 12,732 cfs.

The second data survey occurred on 13 September

1972 during a neap tide with a total freshwater inflow of 5169 cfs.

Thirdly, a long-term survey was conducted from March 1972 through December
1972.

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Tides
10.

Tidal elevations were obtained from permanent tide gages

located at 11 stations as shown in Plate 1.

Tables 1 and 2 show the

instantaneous tidal elevations at 1-hr intervals for 26 April 1972 and


13 September 1972.
Currents
11.

The accuracy of the elevation is +0.2 ft.

Currents were measured at 20 stations as shown in Plate 1 on

26 April 1972 and again on 13 September 1972. Measurements of current


speed and direction were taken hou~ly at three depths in the water column
for each station.

Results of the surveys are given in Tables 3-44.

Current measurements were made with a current speed sensor and a direction
sensor which, together with a streamlined weight, were suspended by wire
cable from a support frame and winch (Figure 2).
12.

The current meter used in these surveys was a vertical-axis-

cup-type with direct readout.

Readout from the indicator was in feet per

second with minimum scale graduations of 0.2 fps.


linearity of ~5 percent from 0.2 to 7.0 fps.
was about 0.2 fps.
13.

The meter exhibited

The threshhold velocity

The direction indicator was a remote reading magnesyn compass

designed by WES that indicated the magnetic north azimuth of the direction
from which the current was flowing.
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deg, but accuracy was dependent upon the balance of the streamlined

weight and the strength of current available to turn it.


greater than 0.5 fps, the accuracy was
accuracy was reduced to

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For lower velocities,

deg or worse when waves caused boat motion

and when tidal currents slackened and turned.


14. The winch used to raise and lower the submerged unit operated
an indicator that showed the depth of the unit below the water surface.
This indicator was used to measure the total water depth and to position
the current meter at the correct depth for each reading.
Salinities
15. Salinities were measured at 20 stations as shown in Plate 1
for a 13-hr period on 26 April 1972 and again on 13 September 1972.

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Salinity samples were collected hourly at three depths in the water


column for each station.
3-44.

Results of the surveys are given in Tables

Samples were pumped on board through plastic tubing attached to

the velocity measuring apparatus.

After each survey, the samples were

transported to WES, where salinity concentrations were determined by the


use of conductivity cells especially built and calibrated for this purpose.

One cell was used for salinities below 1.5 ppt, a second cell

covered the range up to about 20.0 ppt, while the third cell was used
for values greater than 20.0 ppt . A salinity meter assembly is shown
in Figure 3.
scale.
16.

The accuracy of the salinity meter was +2 percent of full

Additionally, long-term salinity data were collected weekly at

high-water slack at stations A2, B2, C2, E2, F2, G, H, I, and J at the
surface, middepth, and bottom from March 1972 through December 1972.

In

situ salinity measurements were made by means of a Charleston District


salinometer. Accuracy of this device is e stimated to be
Results of this survey are given in Table 45.

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Collection procedure
17.

Each current and salinity station was located by existing

channel buoys.

One boat worked a maximum of three stations, from which

measurements were taken at about 1-hr intervals during the 13-hr survey.
During measurements the boat was anchored, with engines either idling or
stopped.
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Measurements were taken by anchoring the boat, lowering the

current meter assembly and water sample line to the bottom, and recording
the water depth.

The meter was then raised 2 ft above the bottom, and

current speed and direction recorded and water sample collected.

The

meter was then raised to half the water depth previously measured, and
the procedure was repeated. The meter was then raised to within 2 ft of
the surface, and the procedure was again repeated.

Weather conditions,

equipment malfunctions, or other occurrences likely to affect the data


were noted in the remarks column of the data sheet.

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Collection procedure for the long-term salinity data involved

only one boat, which followed high-water slack up the estuary.


necessary to complete one data run averaged about 1-1/ 2 hr.

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PART III:

THE MODEL

Description
20.

The model was of the fixed-bed type, molded in concrete to

conform to 1972 prototype conditions, and was constructed to linear scale


ratios, model to prototype, of 1:800 horizontally and 1:80 vertically.
Other pertinent scale ratios, which were derived from the linear scale
ratios, were velocity, 1:8.94; time, 1:89.44; discharge, 1:572,432;
volume, 1:51,200,000; and slope, 10:1.
study was 1:1.

The salinity scale ratio for the

One prototype semidiurnal tidal cycle of 12 hr and 25 min

was repro.duced in the model in 8. 33 min.

The model was approximately

240 ft long, 130 ft wide at its widest point, and covered an area of about
16,900 sq ft, reproducing approximately 388 square miles of prototype
data.

The area reproduced in the model is shown in Plate 1 and included

that portion of the South Carolina coast from Debidue Island at a point
about 8 miles north of North Inlet to a point on South Island about 5 miles
south of the Winyah Bay entrance; the portion of the Atlantic Ocean
adjacent to the above-mentioned coastal area and extending seaward about
9 miles; all of Winyah Bay including Mud Bay; North Inlet and marshes
between Winyah Bay and North Inlet; the Sampit River to 12 miles above
the bay; the Pee Dee River and adjacent marshes to 26 miles above the
bay; the Black River and adjacent marshes to 9 miles above the bay; and
the Waccamaw River and adjacent marshes to 30 miles above the bay.

The

topographical features of the model were reproduced to scale to the


+10 ft msl contour.
21.

During construction of the model, 1/2-in.-wide metal strips

were placed in Winyah Bay between the jetties, in the Atlantic Ocean
near the entrance to the jetties, along the Georgetown Harbor Channel
and the Western Channel, and along the Waccamaw and Pee Dee Rivers to
act as roughness in those areas of the model.

This was required to allow

adjustment of velocity magnitude and distribution, both horizontally and


vertically, which could not be accomplished through the use of boundary

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General v1ew of model

roughness alone.

The boundary roughness used in the shallow marshland

areas consisted of a rough stucco finish.

A general view at the model

looking from the ocean area toward Georgetown Harbor is shown in Figure 4.
Appurtenances
22.

The model was equipped with the necessary equipment to satis-

factorily reproduce and measure all pertinent phenomena of the prototype.


The appurtenances included a tide g_enerator, inflow and outflow measuring
devices, ocean saltwater supply system, tide gages, current meters, and
salinity and dye sampling and measuring equipment. The rise and fall of
the tide in the model and the resulting flood and ebb currents were
reproduced by maintaining at all times a precise imbalance between a
pumped flow of water to the model and a gravity outflow from the model,
as required to reproduce the ocean tide with respect to both time and
elevation. A simplified schematic diagram of a typical tide generating
system with an explanation of how the system operates is included in
Figure 5.

The movement of an electronically controlled gate installed

in the headbay of the gravity outflow line from the model to the saltwater
storage sump was adjusted by trial and error until prototype tidal heights
and times at the control station (T-1, Yawkies Dock) were reproduced to
scale.

The tide control mechanism was equipped with a continuous tide

recorder so that the accuracy of model reproduction of any prototype tide


could be visually checked at all times.
23. All rivers and streams with significant freshwater inflows
were equipped with a constant-head tank and a flowmeter for precise
measurement of the respective flows, and th e locations of all such freshwater inflow points are shown in Plate 1.

The desired salinity of the

ocean supply was maintained by the addition of salt to the storage sump
as required to compensate for the diluting effect of freshwater inflows
introduced into the tributaries.
24. Permanent point gages, graduated to 0.001 ft (0.08 ft prototype), were installed in the model at locations corresponding to prototype recording tide gage locations and were used to obtain measurements
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THE WATER SURFACE IN THE MODEL (A) IS APPRECIABLY HIGHER
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HEADER (C). A PUMP (D) LOCATED IN THE SUMP DISCHARGES A
CONSTANT AMOUNT OF WATER IN TO THE MAIN HEADER ON THE
MODEL SIDE OF AN AUTOMATIC BYPASS VALVE (E). OPERATION OF
THIS VALVE IS DICTATED BY THE TIDE CONTROL (F) LOCATED IN
THE MODEL. WHEN THE TIDE IS RISING IN THE MODEL, THE
AUTOMATIC VALVE IS ALMOST CLOSED SO THAT MOST OF THE
PUMP OUTPUT IS DIVERTED TO THE MODEL; WHEN THE TIDE IS
FALLING IN THE MODEL, THE VALVE IS ALMCST OPEN SO THAT
ALL OF THE PUMP OUTPUT, PLUS GRAVITY FLOW FROM THE
MODEL RETURNS TO THE SUMP. THE Tl DE CONTROL MAINTAINS
THE PROPER VALVE OPENING AT ALL TIMES AS REQUIRED TO
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of tidal heights throughout the model.


accurately to within
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These gages could be read

ft (0.04 ft prototype).

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Current velocity measurements were obtained with miniature

Price-type meters, one of which is shown in Figure 6.

The five meter

cups, constructed of a light plastic material, were approximately 0:04


ft in diameter and were mounted on a horizontal wheel about 0.09 ft in
diameter; the center of the cups was 0.05 ft from the bottom of the
frame.

The meters were calibrated frequently to ensure accurate opera-

tion and were capable of measuring

~ctual

velocities as low as about

0.03 fps (about 0.3 fps prototype).


26. Water samples for determination of salinity concentrations
were withdrawn from the model by vacuum pump and collected in 35-cc vials.
Salinities were determined by the conductivity cells described in paragraph 15.

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PART IV:

VERIFICATION OF THE MODEL

Tests Description
27.

Verification of the Georgetown Harbor model was accomplished

in three phases:

(a)

hydraulic verification, which ensured that tidal

elevations and times and current velocities and directions were in


proper agreement with the prototype; (b)

salinity verification, which

ensured that salinity phenomena in .the model corresponded to those of


the prototype for similar conditions of tide, ocean salinity, and freshwater inflow; and (c)

fixed-bed shoaling verification, which ensured

acceptable reproduction of prototype shoaling distribution.


28.

The accurate reproduction of hydraulic, salinity, and shoaling

phenomena in an estuary model is an important phase in the preparation


of the model for its ultimate use in evaluating the effects of proposed
improvement works.

Every effort was made to obtain a comprehensive veri-

fication of all pertinent phenomena.

This report contains all important

data related to the hydraulic, salinity, and shoaling verification of the


model, in order to facilitate reference to these data in other phases
of the overall investigation.
Hydraulic Verification
Tidal adjustment
29. The objective of the model tidal adjustment was to obtain an
accurate reproduction of prototype tidal elevations and tidal phases
throughout the model.

Prototype tidal data from 11 recording tide gages

(Plate 1) were available to verify the accuracy of the model tidal


adjustment.

These gages recorded essentially continuously throughout

the prototype data collection surveys of 26 April 1972 and 13 September


1972 discussed previously.
30. The procedure followed was to adjust the tide generator in such
a manner that the tides generated in the model ocean would cause an

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accurate reproduction of prototype tides at Yawkies Dock (control) tide


gage, then to adjust the model roughness and marshland elevations until
prototype tidal elevations and times were reproduced to scale throughout
the model.
31.

Comparisons of model and prototype tidal data for the two tides

and freshwater inflows reproduced in the model are presented in Plates


2-9.

Plates 2-4 show tidal elevations for the 26 April 1972 tide condition

at the Yawkies Dock, Skinners Dock, Sampit River, Old Highway 17 Bridge,
Sandy Island, Hasty Point, Wacca Wache, Topsaw Landing, and Bucksport
tide gages.

Low- and high-water levels and range of tide profiles are

presented in Plate 5 for the 26 April 1972 tide condition.

The maximum

discrepancy in tidal range was in the order of 0.4 ft prototype (0.005 ft


model).
port.

This maximum discrepancy occurred at the gage located at BucksThe Bucksport and Topsaw Landing gages were located very near the

upstream model limits (Plate 1) and the freshwater discharge point for the
Waccamaw and Pee Dee Rivers, respectively.

Although tidal effects extend

a considerable distance upstream from these gage locations in the prototype, there were no supplemental provisions for the passage of tidal
flows at the upstream model limits.

Since the tidal flows in these areas

are quite small and since these areas are a considerable distance upstream from any potential problem areas that might have been subject to
model investigations, it was considered that provisions for such tidal
flows would have involved an unnecessary expense.

The discrepancy between

model and prototype tidal data at the Bucksport gage is a direct result
of the close proximity of this gage to the upstream model limit.
32.

Plates 6-8 show tidal elevations for the 13 September 1972

tide condition at the Yawkies Dock, Skinners Dock, Sampit River, Old
Highway 17 Bridge, Sandy Island, Hasty Point, Wacca Wache, Bucksport,
and Jones Creek tide gages.

Low- and high-water levels and range of

tide profiles are presented in Plate 9 for the 13 September 1972 tide
condition.

The maximum discrepancy in tidal range was in

0.9 ft prototype (0.011 ft model).

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This maximum discrepancy again

occurred at the Bucksport gage.

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Tidal current adjustment


33.

The objective of the model current adjustment was to obtain an

accurate reproduction of prototype current velocities and distributions


throughout the model.

Prototype current velocity data were available at

20 stations, the locations of which are shown in Plate 1.

Prototype

readings were made at the surface, middepth, and bottom for a period of
at least 13 hr at each station.
The procedure followed for adjustment of current velocities was
to reproduce each of the two tidal .and discharge conditions in turn and
34.

adjust the model roughness until the current velocities at each station
were correctly reproduced in the model.

The freshwater discharges used

during model verification were obtained by averaging the daily inflows


that occurred one week prior to the surveys.

Comparisons of model and

prototype current velocities for all stations are presented in Plates


10-29 for the 26 April conditions and Plates 30-49 for the 13 September

conditions.

Measurements obtained at hourly intervals were plotted for

both model and prototype, and smooth curves were drawn through the points.
In addition to actual velocity comparisons, flow predominance comparisons
between model and prototype along the channel center line for 26 April
1972 and 13 September 1972 are presented in Plates 50 and 51, respectively.

The flow predominance method of presenting current velocity reduces


magnitude, direction, and duration of the currents to a single expression
that defines what percentage of total flow at any given point is toward
the ocean (ebb) and what percentage is away from the ocean (flood).

This

expression is derived from the conventional plots of velocity versus time


over a tidal cycle at any given point.

The areas subtended by both ebb

and flood portions of the curve are measured and summarized.

The area

subtended by the ebb portion of the curve is then divided by the total
area to determine what percentage of the flow is in the ebb direction.
35.

No attempt will be made _to discuss each comparison of proto-

type and model measurements, but the agreement obtained throughout the
model is considered to be very satisfactory.

21

Salinity Verification
36.

Verification of salinities in the Georgetown Harbor model was

accomplished by a two-phase approach. First, surface, middepth, and


bottom measurements throughout the model at the locations shown in
Plate 1 were used to verify the fact that overall the horizontal and
vertical salinity distribution in model and prototype were similar over
a tidal cycle for the 26 April 1972 and the 13 September 1972 conditions.
Secondly, surface, middepth , and bottom weekly high-water salinity
measurements at stations A2, B2, C2, E2, F2, G, H, I, and J from June
1972 through December 1972 were used to demonstrate that long-term
salinity changes due to variations in upland flow could be reproduced
in the model.
Phase 1
37.

Comparison of model and prototype salinities for all stations

for the 26 April 1972 and 13 September 1972 conditions are presented
in Plates 52-71 and Pl ates 72-91, respectively. Measurements obtained
at hourly intervals were plotted for model and prototype, and smooth
curves were drawn through the points.

No attempt wil l be made to discuss

each comparison of prototype and model measurements, but the agreement


obtained throughout the model is considered to be very satisfactory.
Comparisons of the vertical mixing at the 20 salinity stations located
throughout the model (Plate 1) for the 26 April 1972 and 13 September
1972 conditions are shown by the bar graphs in Plates 92 and 93,
respectively. The surface salinity values were divided by the corresponding bottom values at the time of local high-water slack to determine
.

what percent of the bottom value was found at the surface.

The average

difference in stratification between model and prototype for both flow


conditions was less than 8 percent.

Such comparisons indicate that a

proper mixing environment was achieved throughout the model.


Phase 2
38.

The long-term salinity verification was conducted using a

repetitive mean tide with a range of 4. 0 ft and regulating the upland


22

flows at the three freshwater inflow points to conform to the June 1972
through December 1972 hydrographs.
at 32.5 ppt.

The source salinity was maintained

At the time of high water, every fifth tidal cycle, surface,

middepth, and bottom samples were obtained and the salinities determined.
Curves were drawn through the values and are shown in Plates 94-96 along
with all available prototype data and an inverted hydrograph of the total
upland flow.

The

da~a

show that the model salinities were generally

quite a bit higher than corresponding prototype observations, except at


the two stations closest to the oc~an. There are two possible explanations for this discrepancy. First, it is possible that the prototype
freshwater inflow data were in error, especially during the low-flow
period when unmeasured contributions can be a significant portion of
the total flow.

Second, it appeared that the navigation channel may

have been as much as 10 ft shallower during the salinity survey period


than the channel molded in the model.

Informal tests with a reduced

channel depth greatly improved the model-to-prototype salinity correspondence for a low-flow quasi-steady-state condition.

Because the

model salinity front advanced and retreated in response to seasonal


changes in freshwater inflow in approximately the same manner as that
in the prototype, and because no model tests were to be conducted under
varying inflow conditions, no further effort was made to improve the
long-term salinity verification.
Shoaling Ve.rification
39.

The objective of the model shoaling verification was to obtain

an accurate reproduction of the prototype shoaling pattern and distribution both in the bay channel and the harbor.

Prototype hydrographic

surveys of the bay channel and harbor for the years 1972, 1973, 1974,
and 1975 were used to determine the prototype shoaling pattern and distribution in the problem areas.

Tne volume of material within each designated

section of the navigation channel and harbor (Plate 97) was computed from
both the pre-dredge and post-dredge surveys for these years.

23

The amount

of shoaling in each section from one year's post-dredge survey to the


following year's pre-dredge survey was computed, and an average ........_
for the
four years was determined.

These average values were converted to a

percentage in each section of the total average shoaling.


40.

Shoaling verification tests were conducted to demonstrate the

ability of the model to reproduce known prototype shoaling characteristics.


This was accomplished by first operating the model to salinity stability,
then introducing a shoaling material into the model, continuing to operate
the model for a sufficient time to allow currents to transport and
deposit the material, and subsequently retrieving and measuring the
material from the designated sections in the bay channel and harbor.
A percentile comparison of corresponding model and prototype quantitites
was then made to determine if material distribution in the model agreed
satisfactorily with the prototype.

By trial and error, a model operating

procedure was developed which produced a satisfactory reproduction of


prototype shoaling distribution.
41.

Gilsonite, an asphaltic material with a specific gravity of

about 1.035 and graded in size to pass a 35-mesh screen and be retained
on a 60-mesh screen, was the material used in the model to simulate
prototype shoaling distribution.

A gilsonite slurry of 5 percent gilsonite

and 95 percent water by volume was distributed to the model through a


perforated injection pipe suspended about 12 in. above the center line
of the navigation channel (Plate 98).

The purpose of the model tests was

to simulate prototype shoaling distribution in the three major shoal


areas for the existing 27-ft channel conditions (Plate 97)--Georgetown
Harbor proper (Sections 28-44), upper bay channel (Sections 19-27), and
Eastern Channel (Sections 8-18).

After numerous trial tests, the

following procedures were adopted and followed thereafter.

The model

was operated to salinity stability at a constant freshwater inflow of


5000 cfs and a tidal range of 5.28 ft at Yawkies Dock (T-1), then 14,000
cc of gilsonite were injected into the model during the flood phase of
the tidal cycle. Six consecutive tidal cycles were required to complete
the injection procedure.

After injection of the gilsonite was completed,

24

the freshwater inflow to the model was increased to 25,000 cfs.

The

model operation was continued for 20 tidal cycles to permit movement and
deposition of the material by tidal current action.

Model operation was

then stopped, and the gilsonite deposited in the designated model sections
was retrieved and measured.

The percentile distribution of shoal material

in the three major shoal areas was computed for both model and prototype.
42.

Of the three major shoal areas, the prototype data indicated

that about 59 percent of the total shoaling occurred in the harbor area
and only about 41 percent in the upper bay and Eastern Channel areas combined. Assuming that the Sampit River was not a significant source of
shoaling material because of the lack of freshwater flow, the material
~

which shoaled in the harbor entered from the upper bay either as suspended
load, bedload, or both.

However, model tests in which gilsonite was

introduced only along the bay navigation channel did not result in adequate
amounts of gilsonite deposited in the harbor, since current velocities in
the harbor were so low that the gilsonite would not readily move from the
upper bay reach into the harbor.

As a result, the distribution of

gilsonite was only 25-30 percent in the harbor and 70-75 percent in the
bay channel.

One important reason for the above is that much of the

sediment deposited in the harbor in the prototype probably enters in


suspension, is flocculated by the relatively high salinity in the harbor,
and deposits as a result of flocculation processes.

The gilsonite used

in the model to represent the natural sediments acts much as the already
flocculated prototype sediments, and thus less of this material moves
from the bay into the harbor and deposits therein than for the prototype sediments.

It was therefore decided to treat harbor and bay

shoaling verification separately; i.e., the distribution of material


within the harbor as the harbor verification and the distribution of
material within the upper bay and Eastern Channel as the bay verification.
To provide sufficient material for distribution within the harbor, the
gilsonite injection line was extended into the harbor as shown in Plate
98. The resulting distribution of material in the harbor shoal and the
bay shoals is presented in Table 46. The accuracy with which the model
25

duplicated the prototype shoaling distribution both in the bay and the
harbor was considered to be sufficient to insure a valid indication
of the effects of the improvement plans on shoaling characteristics in
the problem areas.
Limitations of the Accuracy of Model Measurements
43.

Measurements of tidal elevations in the model were made with

point gages graduated to 0.001 ft -(0.08 ft prototype). The limitations


of the current velocity meters used in the model should be considered in
making close comparisons between model and prototype velocity data. The
center line of the meter cup was about 0.05 ft above the bottom of the
frame; therefore, bottom velocity measurements in the model were actually
obtained at a point 4.0 ft (prototype) above the bottom, instead of
about 2.0 ft as in the prototype metering program. The model velocities
were determined by counting the number of revolutions in a 10-sec interval
(which represented a period of about 15 min in the prototype), as compared
with about a 1-min observation in the prototype.

The horizontal spread

of the entire meter cup wheel was about 0.11 ft in the model, representing
about 88ft in the prototype, as compared with less than 1.0 ft for the
prototype meter.

Thus, the distortion of area (model to prototype) results

in comparison of prototype point velocities with model mean velocities


for a much larger area.

The same is true for the vertical area, since the

height of the meter cup was about 0.04 ft (3.2 ft prototype), as compared
with only a few inches for the prototype meter.
44. All model salinity measurements presented in this report were
made with a salinity meter (conductivity type) previously described and
are considered to be accurate within 0.5 ppt in the higher ranges and
0.2 ppt in the lower ranges. The model samples were collected at the
bottom, middepth, and surface elevations.

The elevations of the bottom

and middepth samplers were fixed in the model and were not allowed to vary
with the tide. The surface samplers were set to be 1 ft below the surface
at low water and were therefore 4 to 5 ft below the surface at high water.
26

Simultaneous water samples were drawn into vials from the three elevations
by means of a vacuum system.

Similar to the model velocity

data~

the

model salinity data also represent an average over a much larger prototype area, since the vacuum sampling system used in the model drew the
sample from a radius of about 1/2 to 1 in. (33 to 66ft prototype).

The

accuracy with which the model could be expected to duplicate salinites


from cycle to cycle for identical conditions appears to be about 5 percent.
Discussion of Results of Verification Tests
45.

Agreement between model and prototype phenomena, as evidenced

by the results of hydraulic, salinity, and shoaling verifi cation data, .


appears to be excellent with the possible exception of the long-term
salinity verification.

The model was considered to be sufficiently

similar to its prototype to be confidently utilized in studies of the


effects of proposed improvement plans on hydraulic phenomena, salinity
intrusion, and shoaling distribution in either the bay or the harbor .

27

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12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
Bay Total
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39- 44
Harbor Total

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22,200
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340
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40
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50
45

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