4 edition of Analytic element modeling of coastal aquifers found in the catalog.
Analytic element modeling of coastal aquifers
by National Risk Management Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in Cincinnati, OH
Written in English
|Statement||by Mark Bakker, ... [et al.]|
|Contributions||Bakker, Mark, National Risk Management Research Laboratory (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 82 p.|
|Number of Pages||82|
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The analytic element method for modeling groundwater flow has been extended to represent the influence of a variation in density of the water (due to a variation in salinity) on the groundwater flow (Strack, ).
In this chapter we explore the application of analytic element modeling within a coastal aquifer where fresh and sea water meet.
Ground Water Modeling Applications Using the. Analytic element modeling of coastal aquifers. U.S. EP A, which are the focus of this book.
Most groundwater models are developed for. Analytical Groundwater Mechanics is an indispensable addition to resources available for professionals that is tuned for just this purpose.' Randall Hunt A new algorithm for analytic element modeling of large-scale groundwater flow A single potential solution for regional interface problems in coastal aquifers.
Water Resour. Res., 12Cited by: The analytic-element method (AEM) is an appealing technique for modeling steady-state groundwater flow at the supraregional scale (defined here as > 10, km(2)) because the computational demand.
Mark Bakker is a civil engineer and a geohydrologist. His major interests concern the development of analytic elements for multi-layer flow, the simulation of flow in coastal aquifers, and the analysis of hydrological time : Paperback. Haitjema, H.M. () Analytic Element Modeling of Groundwater Flow.
Academic Press, San Diego, CA. has been cited by the following article: TITLE: Role of Multiple High-Capacity Irrigation Wells on a Surficial Sand and Gravel Aquifer. AUTHORS: Logan C. Seipel, Eric W. Peterson, David H. Malone, Jason F. Thomason. Groundwater flow modelling provides the water flow dynamics for the estimation and prediction of groundwater movement and its condition in the aquifer.
The modelling helps for the management of the groundwater resources under various hydrological and anthropogenic stresses. In this paper, a modelling exercise was performed using the analytic element method (AEM) and finite Author: Padam Jee Omar, Shishir Gaur, S B Dwivedi, P K S Dikshit.
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Textbooks. Strack, O.D.L.,Applications of Vector Analysis and Complex Variable in Engineering. Springer, in Press. Strack, O.D.L, Analytical Groundwater Mechanics. Coupling one-dimensional recharge solution to analytic element model: an approach for coastal aquifers in Brazil (E.
Wendland, J.A.N. Batista, H.E. Schulz). Simulations of flow and transport in highly heterogeneous porous formations: numerical issues (I. Jankovic, A. Fiori).
Analytic Element Modeling of Groundwater Flow provides all the basics necessary to approach AEM successfully, including a presentation of fundamental concepts and a thorough introduction to Dupuit-Forchheimerflow.
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The analytic element method is a mesh-free approach. Boundary conditions along circular and elliptical inclusions are met up to machine accuracy. Groundwater Availability -- Carolina Coastal Plain Campbell, B.G. and Coes, A.L.,Ground-water availability in the Atlantic Coastal Plain Aquifers of North and South Carolina in proceedings of the South Carolina Water Resources Conference, October, at the Charleston Area Event Center, 4 p.
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Coupling one-dimensional recharge solution to analytic element model: an approach for coastal aquifers in Brazil E. Wendland, J.A.N. Batista, H.E. Schulz Pages Click on the book chapter title to read more. Ground water-surface water interface (GWSWI) represents the interconnection of ground water and surface water in the hydrologic continuum.
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Coupling one-dimensional recharge solution to analytic element model: an approach for coastal aquifers in Brazil (E. Wendland, J.A.N. Batista, H.E. Schulz). Simulations of flow and transport in highly heterogeneous porous formations: numerical issues (I.
Jankovic, A. Fiori).