2 edition of finite-element model for simulating hydraulic interchange of surface and ground water found in the catalog.
finite-element model for simulating hydraulic interchange of surface and ground water
Kent C. Glover
|Statement||by Kent C. Glover ; prepared in cooperation with the Wyoming State Engineer.|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 86-4319.|
|Contributions||Wyoming. State Engineer"s Office., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 90 p. :|
|Number of Pages||90|
A PROPOSED COUPLED FINITE ELEMENT MODEL FOR WATER AND HEAT FLOW IN POROUS MEDIA . Dr. Mahmoud M. Abdel-Fattah , Faten F. Mahmoud , d H. Amer , Dr. Amal M. El-Hossiny  ABSTRACT. A coupled mathematical model was exploited to simulate the two dimensional water flow in saturated-unsaturated . Least-Squares Finite Element Method Using Continuum Surface Tension Model a Jie Wu* Sheng-Tao Yutand Bo-nan Jiang _ NASA Lewis Research Center, Cleveland, OH ABSTRACT In this paper a numerical procedure for simulating two-fluid flows is presented. This procedure is based on the Volume of Fluid (VOF) method proposed by Hirt and.
The purpose of using a finite element code is to improve the relation between point information, e.g. transmissivities based on pumping tests, and spatial distributed parameter values that are typically used in numerical models. Other purposes are to better describe the exchange of groundwater and surface water in areas near rivers and to use a File Size: 93KB. To compute groundwater solute transport, the CPU memory requirement can be drastically reduced by using the subregion iteration of the orthogonal-upstream weighting finite element method. The use of an orthogonal-upstream weighting function results in an irreducible and diagonally dominant coefficient matrix.
II.3 Setting up the Model 17 II Creating the Finite Element Mesh 17 FEFLOW (Finite Element subsurface FLOW system) is an interactive groundwater modeling system for Therefore some background knowledge of ground-water File Size: 2MB. Finite Element Techniques in Groundwater Flow Studies: With Applications in Hydraulic and Geotechnical Engineering by Kazda, I. and Publisher Elsevier Science. Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN: , , The print version of this textbook is ISBN: ,
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A model was developed to be useful for predicting changes in streamflow as a result of groundwater pumping. The stream aquifer model is especially useful for simulating streams that flow intermittently owing to leakage to the aquifer or diversion for irrigation or streams that become perched owing to declining hydraulic head in the aquifer.
The model couples the equation of. A FINITE-ELEMENT MODEL FOR SIMULATING HYDRAULIC INTERCHANGE OF SURFACE AND GROUND WATER By Kent C. Glover ABSTRACT A model that is useful for predicting changes in streamflow as a result of ground-water pumping has been developed.
The stream-aquifer model is especially useful for simulating streams that flowCited by: 2. Finite-element model for simulating hydraulic interchange of surface and ground water. Cheyenne, Wyo.: Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; Denver, Colo.: Books and Open-File Reports Section [distributor], Glover, K.C.,A finite-element model for simulating hydraulic interchange of surface and ground water: U.S.
Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report90 p. Description: This model couples the equation of two-dimensional ground-water flow with the kinematic equation approximation for one-dimensional open-channel flow. _____,A finite-element model for simulating hydraulic interchange of surface and ground water: U.S.
Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report90 p. Glynn, P.D., a, MBSSAS--A code for the computation of Margules parameters and equilibrium relations in binary solid-solution aqueous-solution systems: Computers and.
A finite-element model for simulating hydraulic interchange of surface and ground water / (Cheyenne, Wyo.: Dept. of the Interior, U.S.
Geological Survey ; Denver, Colo.: Books and Open-File Reports Section [distributor], ), by Kent C. Glover, Geological Survey (U.S.), and Wyoming. State Engineer's Office (page images at HathiTrust). A modular finite-element model (MODFE) for areal and axisymmetric ground-water-flow problems, Part 1: Model Description and User’s Manual, by L.J.
Torak. pages. A modular finite-element model (MODFE) for areal and axisymmetric ground-water flow problems, Part 2: Derivation ofFile Size: 2MB.
A two-dimensional finite element softwate called SEEP/W can be easily modified to simulate the groundwater rebound process within the spoil of an open cut mine taking into account saturated and unsaturated flow, hydraulic conductivity, and water content (as a function of pore-water pressure).
Flexibility in the model is achieved by assigning different boundary Cited by: Hydraulic fracturing is widely used in the exploitation of unconventional gas (such as shale gas).Thus, the study of hydraulic fracturing is of particular importance for petroleum industry. The combined finite-discrete element method (FDEM) proposed by Munjiza is an innovative numerical technique to capture progressive damage and failure processes in rock.
Cited by: unknown hydraulic heads, and then velocities, at the nodes of rectangular elements. Finally, the finite difference and finite element results for the same model were compared. The comparison showed that the finite element results were more accurate and the numerical procedure in this method was more consistent and Size: KB.
A Three-Dimensional Finite Element - Finite Difference Model for Simulating Confined and Unconfined Groundwater Flow A S. Mayer and C.T. Miller Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, CB#Rosenau Hall, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N CUSA INTRODUCTION Numerical models for the simulation of groundwater flow Author: A.
Mayer, Cass T Miller. Simulating moving boundary using a linked groundwater and surface water flow model Article in Journal of Hydrology () February with 66 Reads How we measure 'reads'. As (Wang and Anderson, ) state in their book, "Introduction To Groundwater Modeling,” they consider two types of models: finite difference models and finite element models.
The finite difference model described are based on Lapalace's equation and the finite element model described are based on Poisson's Size: KB.
Hydraulic fracturing is one of the most important factors affecting the safety of earth and rockfill dam. In this paper, the extended finite element method (XFEM) is used to simulate the hydraulic fracturing behavior in an actual high earth and rockfill dam.
The possibility of hydraulic fracturing occurrence is analyzed, and the critical crack length is obtained when hydraulic fracturing by: 1. A three‐dimensional finite‐element model for simulating water flow in variably saturated porous media is presented.
The model formulation is general and capable of accommodating complex boundary conditions associated with seepage faces and Cited by: The book covers both finite difference and finite element methods and includes practical sample programs that demonstrate theoretical points described in the text.
Each chapter is followed by problems, notes, and references to additional by: The present work deals with the validation of 3D finite element model for free-surface flows. The model uses the non-hydrostatic pressure and the eddy viscosities from the conventional linear. The present work deals with the validation of 3D finite element model for free-surface flows.
The model uses the non-hydrostatic pressure and the eddy viscosities from the conventional linear turbulence model are modified to account for the secondary effects generated by strong channel curvature in the natural rivers with meandering open by: 3.
Purchase Finite Element Simulation in Surface and Subsurface Hydrology - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. Boundary and initial conditions. Boundary conditions can be related to levels of the water table, artesian pressures, and hydraulic head along the boundaries of the model on the one hand (the head conditions), or to groundwater inflows and outflows along the boundaries of the model on the other hand (the flow conditions).This may also include quality aspects of the water like.
Purchase Finite Element Techniques in Groundwater Flow Studies, Volume 61 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1.4 FINITE ELEMENT METHODS FOR FLUIDS FINITE ELEMENT METHODS FOR FLUIDS.
O. Pironneau (Universit´e Pierre et Marie Curie & INRIA) (To appear in (Wiley)) MacDraw, MacWrite, Macintosh are trade marks of Apple Computer Co. TEXis a trade mark of the American Math. Society. TEXtures is trade mark of Blue Sky Research Size: KB.In this paper, the problem of a hydraulic fracture interacting with a pre-existing natural fracture has been investigated by using a cohesive zone finite element model.
The model fully couples fluid flow, fracture propagation and elastic deformation, taking into account the friction between the contacting fracture surfaces and the interaction Author: Zuorong Chen, Robert G.
Jeffrey, Xi Zhang, James Kear.