188 pages, Illus, figs
Supported by examples, cases, illustrations and references, this book provides tools to solve practical engineering problems. It covers the fundamentals of fractured rock hydraulics under a tensor approach and presents key concepts about approximate solutions. The book also discusses data analysis techniques applied to groundwater modeling and unique 3D finite difference algorithms to simulate practical problems concerning the hydraulic behavior of saturated, heterogeneous and randomly fractured rock masses without restriction to the geometry and properties of their discontinuities.
This book is a joy to read because of its extreme clarity, which is further enhanced by the clear layout and the frequent addition of explanatory examples. "I strongly recommend this book to everyone who is involved with fractured rock hydraulics -- whether as student, teacher, researcher or engineer." John A Hudson Emeritus Professor, Imperial College, UK President, International Society for Rock Mechanics
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