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three-dimensional method-of-characteristics solute- transport model (MOC3D)

Leonard F. Konikow

three-dimensional method-of-characteristics solute- transport model (MOC3D)

by Leonard F. Konikow

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Information Services [distributor] in Reston, Va, Denver, CO .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Groundwater flow -- Computer simulation.,
  • Groundwater flow -- Mathematical models.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesThree dimensional method of characteristics solute transport model (MOC3D)
    Statementby L.F. Konikow, D.J. Goode, and G.Z. Hornberger.
    SeriesWater-resources investigations report -- 96-4267.
    ContributionsGoode, Daniel J., Hornberger, G. Z., Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 87 p. :
    Number of Pages87
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15447292M

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Three-dimensional method-of-characteristics solute- transport model (MOC3D) by Leonard F. Konikow Download PDF EPUB FB2

Consisting of three-dimensional method-of-characteristics solute- transport model book low-permeability clay. In the fully three-dimensional representation (b), the clay unit would be represented by one or more model layers. In the quasi-three-dimensional approach (c), heads are not calculated in the clay unit, which is represented more simply by vertical conductance termsCited by: The transport model is integrated with MODFLOW, a three-dimensional ground-water flow model that uses implicit finite-difference methods to solve the transient flow equation.

MOC3D uses the method of characteristics to solve the transport equation on the basis. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Konikow, Leonard F. Three-dimensional method-of-characteristics solute-transport model (MOC3D). Reston, Va.: U.S. A new three-dimensional model of solute transport in ground water that is based on a widely-used two-dimensional method-of-characteristics model, and that is coupled to a.

A three-dimensional method-of-characteristics solute- transport model (MOC3D) / By Leonard F. Konikow, G. Hornberger, D. Goode and Geological Survey (U.S.) Abstract. A three‐dimensional groundwater flow and multispecies reactive transport model was used to strategically design placement of bioreactors in the subsurface to achieve maximum removal of nitrate along restored stream reaches.

The discrete-fracture, finite-element model HydroGeoSphere (Therrien et al. ) and a discrete-fracture implementation of MT3DMS (Zheng ) were used to model solute transport. A three-dimensional finite-volume ELLAM method has been developed, tested, and successfully implemented as part of the U.S.

Geological Survey (USGS) MODFLOW ground water modeling package. A mathematical model consists of differential equations developed from ana-lyzing groundwater flow (or solute transport in groundwater) and are known to govern the physics of flow (and transport).

The reliability of model predic-tions depends on how well the model approximates the actual situation in the. William Bleam, in Soil and Environmental Chemistry (Second Edition), 2.F Solute Transport: Plate-Theory Transport Model.

Another solute transport model traces its origins to the chromatography field, where it is known as the plate-theory model (Martin and Synge, ).Plate theory represents the movement of a mobile chemical agent through a. has been derived by first solving the solute-transport equation for an instantaneous point source and then integrating the solution over time.

The three- dimensional solute-transport equation for an instan- taneous point source is given by.6(x-X,)6(y-Y,)6(z-Z,)6(t -tr>. (99) Boundary conditions: c aC,() ‘ax ’ X”_foO c aC,()File Size: 1MB.

and accurately simulate three-dimensional transport and dispersion of a solute in flowing ground water. The numerical methods used to solve the governing equations have.

A generalized three-dimensional analytical solute transport model with a unidirectional flow field from time- and space-dependent rectangular sources in a bounded homogeneous medium is presented using the first-type (or Dirichlet) source condition at the inlet location of the by: The accuracy of a method‐of‐characteristics model incorporating these changes is evaluated by comparison with analytical solutions for (1) three‐dimensional advection and dispersion in a spherical flow field, and (2) concentration change in a well during an injection/pumping by: Dr.

Batu's Applied Flow and Solute Transport Modeling in Aquifers: Fundamental Principles and Analytical and Numerical Methods is certainly a reference text for working hydrogeologists and is an appropriate text for advanced undergraduates and graduate students studying and/or modeling the solute transport by: Perera, E.

P., Jinno, K., Tsutsumi, A., & Hiroshiro, Y. Three dimensional solute transport numerical modeling of salinity fluctuations in a coastal 18th World IMACS Congress and MODSIM09 International Congress on Modelling and Simulation: Interfacing Modelling and Simulation with Mathematical and Computational Sciences, Proceedings (pp.

Author: E. D.P. Perera, K. Jinno, A. Tsutsumi, Yoshinari Hiroshiro. Three-dimensional method-of-characteristics ground-water flow and transport model integrated with MODFLOW References to commercial vendors of software products or services are provided solely for the convenience of users when obtaining or using USGS software.

Applied Contaminant Transport Modeling is the first resource designed to provide coverage of the discipline’s basic principles, including the theories behind solute transport in groundwater, common numerical techniques for solving transport equations, and step-by-step guidance on the development and use of field-scale modeling.

A Three-Dimensional Method-of-Characteristics Solute–Transport Model (MOC3D). U.S. Geological Survey Water Resources Investigation Report LaBolle E.M. Fogg G.E. Tompson A.F.B. Random-walk simulation of transport in heterogeneous porous media: Local mass conservation problem and implementation methods.

Water Resour. Res. ; Cited by: 2. [1] This paper presents a lattice Boltzmann method for the advection and dispersion of solute in three‐dimensional variably saturated porous media. The proposed method is based on the BGK model and discretizes the particle velocity space with a cuboid lattice in which the particles move in 19 directions and 7 by:.

Our simulations also demonstrate that the CTRW model can capture the simulated BTCs and quantitatively predict the temporal evolution of the first two moments of the solute plume. Finally, we explain the mechanism of the different time behavior of solute transport via the characteristics of the flow field.In order to assist in the analysis of solute transport behavior by means of the models, a modified form of Aris's method of moments is developed, which permits the calculation of the spatial and temporal moments of solute distributions simulated using the three‐dimensional diffusion models, without having to invert the Laplace‐ or Fourier Cited by: A simple solute transport model M.

S. Akhtar et al. Title Page Abstract Introduction Conclusions References Tables Figures J I J I Back Close Full Screen / Esc Printer-friendly Version Interactive Discussion ; Akhtar et al., b), the arrival time for reactive solutes is the same as that for.