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Numerical modeling of solute transport in tidal canal networks

by Raymond Walton

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Canals -- Florida.,
  • Canal ecology.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Raymond Walton.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxii, 476 leaves :
    Number of Pages476
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24137404M
    OCLC/WorldCa4361986

    cesses affecting water flow and pollutant transport in the unsaturated zone. Computer models based on analytical and numerical solutions of the flow and solute transport equa-tions are now increasingly being used for a wide range of applications in research and management of natural subsur-face systems. Modeling approaches range from relatively. predictions of flow and transport in the subsurface, thus familiarity with the fundamental principles behind modeling is critical. This course presents an overview of the analyses of groundwater flow and solute transport using numerical modeling. The principles of the Finite Difference Method will be introduced. The following topics will be.

    A numerical model has been developed for the large-scale simulation of solute transport in discretely-fractured porous media. A generic finite elements code, MEF++, has been used to account for simultaneous flow and transport in 2D fracture and 3D porous medium elements. Equations for the fractures and the. Two-dimensional simulation of water flow and solute transport below furrows: model calibration and validation Fariborz Abbasia, Jan Feyena,*, maisonneuve-group.com van Genuchtenb,1 aInstitute for Land and Water Management, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Vital Decosterstraat , Leuven, Belgium bGeorge E. Brown Jr., Salinity Laboratory, USDA-ARS, W. Big Springs Road, Riverside, CA , .

    which simulates solute transport in a heterogeneous velocity field. The numerical solver considered in the example is based on the Eulerian-Lagrangian method with linear velocity and concentration interpolation. Two test solutions of different degrees of difficulty are considered. Differences between the exact and numerical test solutions for. We present a numerical model that simulates morphological change as a result of the interactions between hydrodynamics, sediment transport and bed elevation change. Numerical simulations indicate that these morphodynamic interactions can lead to the initiation of tidal channels and potentially give rise to large-scale channel maisonneuve-group.com by:


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