By: K Kovarik
190 pages, 98 figures46 tables
Mathematical models are powerful tools used in the prediction of pollutant movement. This book discusses the Finite Element Method (FEM) and Boundary Element Method (BEM), and takes a look at the advantages of these methods in groundwater hydrology. The combination of the BEM and the random-walk particle tracking method is also presented. Computer programs, source code, and examples developed on the basis of the theoretical backgrounds of these methods can be accessed online. These Visual C++ programs are compatible with the Windows platform.
Introduction.- Basic Equations of Groundwater Flow.- Basic Equations of Transport of Pollutants in Porous Media.- Weighted Residuals Method.- Mathematical Models of Groundwater Flow.- Mathematical Models of Transport of Miscible Pollutants.- Comparison of Properties of All the Methods.- Examples of Use of Models in Practice
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