Applied Groundwater Modeling: Simulation of Flow and Advective Transport, by Mary P. Anderson and William W. Woessner describes the science and artwork of making use of numerical groundwater circulation and advective transport of solutes. Creating numerical groundwater fashions of area problems requires cautious consideration to describing the issue area, selecting boundary conditions, assigning model parameters, and calibrating the model.
This book explains the best way to formulate a conceptual model of a system and easy methods to translate it right into a numerical model. It contains the application of modeling ideas with special consideration to the finite difference circulate codes PLASM and MODFLOW, and the finite-element code AQUIFEM-1. It addresses a longtime want among hydrologists and others utilizing groundwater models. It will probably be stored on the work desk and never on the bookshelf. It will establish a normal of quality with which future modeling studies might be preformed and reviewed.
Applied Groundwater Modeling: Simulation of Flow and Advective Transport covers model calibration, verification, and validation utilizing pathline analysis for tracking contaminants as regards to newly developed particle monitoring codes with studies and problems. It presents a helpful text that guides the engineer and practitioner via all major levels within the complicated journey of modeling groundwater movement and transport mechanisms in actual subject settings.
The most up-to-date reference helps with understanding of development in subsurface modeling, whereas many figures from precise case-study purposes bring modeling expertise nearer to the reader.
Applied Groundwater Modeling: Simulation of Flow and Advective Transport [Hardcover]
Mary P. Anderson and William W. Woessner
Academic Press; 1 edition (December 25, 1991)