Numerical simulation of nondispersive contaminant transport
AdvisorCase, Clinton M.
Geological Sciences and Engineering
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Steady state ground water transport of nondispersive contaminants in a homogeneous aquifer is simulated by a kinematic numerical model. The model simulates the transport of contaminants with the use of flow lines and isochron maps. Out output includes a piezometric surface of the study area and contaminant concentration/time distributions at pumping wells. Aquifers may have constant or varying anisotropy, and may be bounded by impermeable and/or equal head boundaries.
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Subjectground water transport
kinematic numerical model
impermeable head boundaries
equal head boundaries
Raft River KGRA
(Known Geothermal Resource Area)
Mackay Science Project