AQUA3D - 3-d groundwater flow and contaminant transport model - uses the Galerkin finite element method
AQUA3D Categories: flow models - pathlines/capture zones, flow models - saturated zone, heat transport, solute transport models - saturated
AQUA3D is a program developed to solve 3-d groundwater flow and transport problems using the Galerkin finite-element method.
AQUA3D solves transient groundwater flow with inhomogeneous and anisotropic flow conditions. Boundary conditions may be prescribed nodal head and prescribed flow as a function of time or head-dependent flow. AQUA3D also solves transient transport of contaminants and heat with convection, decay, adsorption and velocity-dependent dispersion. Boundary conditions may be either prescribed nodal concentration (temperature) or prescribed dispersive mass (heat) flux.
First developed in 1983 as a 2-D model, AQUA has been continuously upgraded. It has been used worldwide to solve the most difficult modeling problems.
The latest development is AQUA3D for the Windows 95/98/2000/NT environment compiled to obtain maximum efficiency in model set up, the fastest model run times and multi-platform capability. A DOS 2D version of AQUA is also available.
Automatic mesh generation and mesh condensation
Flexible graphical output of all results
Areal variation of all geological parameters
AQUA3D includes the executable version, full color graphics, extensive user's manual and technical support.
Pentium running Windows 95/98/2000/NT with 32 MB RAM and 250 MB hard disk.
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