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A finite-difference model of three-dimensional granular displacement
(University of Nevada, Reno, 1994)
A three-dimensional finite-difference numerical model has been developed using the displacement field of solids as the unknown principal variable allowing for the simulation of granular displacement in three dimensions.
Modeling the transient horizontal movement of an aquifer based on the Gersevanov-Darcy law
(University of Nevada, Reno, 1991)
The velocity of solids, displacement of solids, and volumetric strains related to an aquifer are calculated in response to discharge and injection wells using a numerical model which incorporates the Gersevanov - Darcy law.