By Hans-Jörg G. Diersch
FEFLOW is an acronym of Finite aspect subsurface movement simulation procedure and solves the governing movement, mass and warmth shipping equations in porous and fractured media through a multidimensional finite point process for complicated geometric and parametric situations together with variable fluid density, variable saturation, loose surface(s), multispecies reaction kinetics, non-isothermal stream and multidiffusive effects. FEFLOW contains theoretical paintings, modeling reviews and simulation perform from a interval of approximately forty years. during this mild, the most goal of the current publication is to proportion this completed point of modeling with all required details of the actual and numerical history with the reader. The ebook is meant to place complex theoretical and numerical equipment into the fingers of modeling practitioners and scientists. It begins with a extra basic conception for all proper movement and delivery phenomena at the foundation of the continuum procedure, systematically develops the fundamental framework for vital sessions of difficulties (e.g., multiphase/multispecies non-isothermal movement and delivery phenomena, discrete gains, aquifer-averaged equations, geothermal processes), introduces finite-element strategies for fixing the fundamental stability equations, intimately discusses complex numerical algorithms for the ensuing nonlinear and linear difficulties and completes with a couple of benchmarks, purposes and workouts to demonstrate the different sorts of difficulties and how you can take on them effectively (e.g., stream and seepage difficulties, unsaturated-saturated move, advective-diffusion shipping, saltwater intrusion, geothermal and thermohaline flow).
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FEFLOW: Finite Element Modeling of Flow, Mass and Heat Transport in Porous and Fractured Media by Hans-Jörg G. Diersch