Diersch, Hans-Jörg G.. () FEFLOW :finite element modeling of flow, mass and heat transport in porous and fractured mediaMLA Citation
Diersch, Hans-Jörg G.. FEFLOW: Finite Element Modeling Of Flow, Mass And Heat Transport In Porous And Fractured Media. : . Print.
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FEFLOW : finite element modeling of flow, mass and heat transport in porous and fractured media /
Hans-Jörg G. Diersch.
|Author:||Diersch, Hans-Jörg G.|
|Published:||Heidelberg : Springer, 2014.|
|Topics:||Finite element method. | Porous materials - Mathematical models. | Fracture mechanics - Mathematical models. | Earth Sciences. | Hydrogeology. | Geoengineering, Foundations, Hydraulics. | Geotechnical Engineering & Applied Earth Sciences. | Geophysics/Geodesy. | MATHEMATICS / Numerical Analysis|
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|Physical Description:||1 online resource (xxxv, 996 pages) : illustrations (some color)
|Includes:||Includes bibliographical references and index.
|ISBN:||9783642387395 (electronic bk.)
364238739X (electronic bk.)
|Summary:||FEFLOW is an acronym of Finite Element subsurface FLOW simulation system and solves the governing flow, mass and heat transport equations in porous and fractured media by a multidimensional finite element method for complex geometric and parametric situations including variable fluid density, variable saturation, free surface(s), multispecies reaction kinetics, non-isothermal flow and multidiffusive effects. FEFLOW comprises theoretical work, modeling experiences and simulation practice from a period of about 40 years. In this light, the main objective of the present book is to share this achieved level of modeling with all required details of the physical and numerical background with the reader. The book is intended to put advanced theoretical and numerical methods into the hands of modeling practitioners and scientists. It starts with a more general theory for all relevant flow and transport phenomena on the basis of the continuum approach, systematically develops the basic framework for important classes of problems (e.g., multiphase/multispecies non-isothermal flow and transport phenomena, discrete features, aquifer-averaged equations, geothermal processes), introduces finite-element techniques for solving the basic balance equations, in detail discusses advanced numerical algorithms for the resulting nonlinear and linear problems and completes with a number of benchmarks, applications and exercises to illustrate the different types of problems and ways to tackle them successfully (e.g., flow and seepage problems, unsaturated-saturated flow, advective-diffusion transport, saltwater intrusion, geothermal and thermohaline flow).