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RECORD NUMBER: 94 OF 1517
|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Applied flow and solute transport modeling in aquifers : fundamental principles and analytical and numerical methods /|
|Publisher||Taylor & Francis,|
|Subjects||Groundwater flow--Mathematical models. ; Aquifers. ; Modellierung ; Grundwasserleiter ; Strèomungsmechanik ; Hydrogeologie ; Grundvatten. ; Matematiska modeller.|
|Collation||667 pages : illustrations, maps ; 26 cm|
Includes bibliographical references (pages 645-660) and index.
1. Introduction -- 2. Fundamental principles of solute transport in aquifers -- 3. Analytical solute transport modeling in aquifers -- 4. Numerical flow and solute transport modeling in aquifers -- 5. Analytical and numerical modeling approaches for solute travel times and path lines in aquifers -- 6. Stochastic analysis of flow and solute transport in heterogeneous aquifers and determination of expressions for dispersivities using stochastic approaches -- 7. Estimation of dispersivities for solute transport in aquifers -- 8. Determination of solute sorption parameters in aquifers -- References -- Index. "Over recent years, important contributions on the topic of solving various aquifer problems have been presented in numerous papers and reports. The scattered and wide-ranging nature of this information has made finding solutions and best practices difficult. Comprehensive and self-contained, Applied Flow and Solute Transport Modeling in Aquifers compiles the scattered literature on the topic into a single-source reference of the most up-to-date information in the field." "Based on Dr. Batu's 20 years of practical experience tackling aquifer problems in a myriad of settings, the book addresses essentially all currently applied aquifer flow and contaminant transport solutions, combines theory with practical applications, covers both analytical and numerical solutions, and includes solutions to real world contaminant transport modeling scenarios. Batu approaches the subject from the practicing consultant's point of view and elucidates the difficulties real world professionals have faced in solving aquifer flow and contamination problems."--Jacket.