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## ClimateAsymmetricFunc

Potential evaporation calculation - asymmetric air temperature and relative humidity.

This model is presented in the Unsaturated Soil Mechanics in Engineering Practice textbook.

Section 6.3.19.1 Wilson-Penman Equation for Computing AE (Coupled Solution).

Figures 6.38 - 6.42

Model filename: USMEP_Textbook > ClimateAsymmetricFunc.svm

Tags: USMEP_Textbook,SVFLUX,SVHEAT,1D Vertical,Transient,1D,Evaporation,USMEP

 Attachments: d3cc8c8146-Fig6.38.png d87ba2b7a4-Fig6.39.png 32a7414101-Fig6.40.png 1e5f5b3162-Fig6.41corrected.png 9b5ac05cd3-Fig6.41original.png 6bf8a33cd0-Fig6.42corrected.png f1fc78fc23-Fig6.42original.png

## ClimateDailyMean

Potential evaporation calculation - Average daily air temperature and relative humidity.

This model is presented in the Unsaturated Soil Mechanics in Engineering Practice textbook.

Section 6.3.19.1 Wilson-Penman Equation for Computing AE (Coupled Solution).

Figures 6.38 - 6.42

Note that this model does not represent the "applying daily mean value" series in Figure 6.41 and Figure 6.42 in the first printing of the textbook.

Model filename: USMEP_Textbook > ClimateDailyMean.svm

Tags: USMEP_Textbook,SVFLUX,SVHEAT,1D Vertical,Transient,1D,Evaporation,USMEP

 Attachments: 6de6329091-Fig6.38.png 99b5e1695f-Fig6.39.png 93bedadc29-Fig6.40.png c6b0213cce-Fig6.41corrected.png 9a3c87b44e-Fig6.41original.png c003964953-Fig6.42corrected.png df7d4affc2-Fig6.42original.png

## ClimateSymmetricFunc

Potential evaporation calculation - Symmetric air temperature and relative humidity.

This model is presented in the Unsaturated Soil Mechanics in Engineering Practice textbook.

Section 6.3.19.1 Wilson-Penman Equation for Computing AE (Coupled Solution).

Figures 6.38 - 6.42

Note that this model does not represent the "symmetrical" series in Figure 6.41 and Figure 6.42 in the first printing of the textbook. The original figures represent a symmetrical air temperature with an asymmetrical relative humidity.

Model filename: USMEP_Textbook > ClimateSymmetricFunc.svm

Tags: USMEP_Textbook,SVFLUX,SVHEAT,1D Vertical,Transient,1D,Evaporation,USMEP

 Attachments: 74b8c3e940-Fig6.38.png 90f95857d3-Fig6.39.png cbdcf2db76-Fig6.40.png 4b67e4efa1-Fig6.41corrected.png 3c1fd0da77-Fig6.41original.png 68aad1d9c1-Fig6.42corrected.png 7f4b5cb95b-Fig6.42original.png

## Earth_Dam_Anisotropic

Saturated-Unsaturated, steady-state seepage through an anisotropic earthfill dam with a horizontal drain.

This model is presented in the Unsaturated Soil Mechanics in Engineering Practice textbook.

Section 8.3.6 Examples of Two-Dimensional, Steady-State Water Flow Problems.

Figures 8.42, 8.44

Model filename: USMEP_Textbook > Earth_Dam_Anisotropic.svm

 Attachments: 447f9fecd8-Fig8.42.png 91db83f0bc-Fig8.44a.png f945419229-Fig8.44b.png

## Earth_Dam_Impervious

Saturated-Unsaturated, steady-state seepage through an isotropic earthfill dam with impervious lower boundary.

This model is presented in the Unsaturated Soil Mechanics in Engineering Practice textbook.

Section 8.3.6 Examples of Two-Dimensional, Steady-State Water Flow Problems.

Figures 8.42, 8.47

Model filename: USMEP_Textbook > Earth_Dam_Impervious.svm

## Earth_Dam_Isotropic

Saturated-Unsaturated, steady-state seepage through an isotropic earthfill dam with a horizontal drain.

This model is presented in the Unsaturated Soil Mechanics in Engineering Practice textbook.

Section 8.3.6 Examples of Two-Dimensional, Steady-State Water Flow Problems.

Figures 8.42 - 8.43

Model filename: USMEP_Textbook > Earth_Dam_Isotropic.svm

 Attachments: 42fa69cec7-Fig8.42.png 23041a8932-Fig8.43a.png c1ac5960b4-Fig8.43b.png

## Earth_Dam_ReservoirFilling_From4m

Transient reservoir filling. The initial water level in the reservoir is 4m. The reservoir is raised instantaneously to 10m.

This model is presented in the Unsaturated Soil Mechanics in Engineering Practice textbook.

Section 8.3.10 Example of Water Flow through Earth Dam.

Figures 8.51 - 8.55

Note that this model does not correspond to the text description of an initially empty reservoir nor the permeability and water storage functions presented in Figure 8.51. The results presented in Figures 8.52 - 8.55 do represent this scenario.

Model filename: USMEP_Textbook > Earth_Dam_ReservoirFilling_From4m.svm

Tags: USMEP_Textbook,SVFLUX,2D,Transient,Water Table,USMEP,dams

 Attachments: 5e26bcb373-Fig8.51a.png 1204227e8d-Fig8.51b.png 468d0ae3ea-Fig8.51c.png 23661a0c0b-Fig8.51c_corrected.png ebd15aca16-Fig8.52a.png 03e2d95493-Fig8.52b.png f6cce4295c-Fig8.53a.png a54d1d3480-Fig8.53b.png 274c37f813-Fig8.54a.png 2663cccad9-Fig8.54b.png 4cd2c0df32-Fig8.55a.png 47ac4cb01c-Fig8.55b.png

## Earth_Dam_ReservoirFilling_FromEmpty

Transient reservoir filling. The reservoir is initially empty with an initial head = 0m. The reservoir is raised instantaneously to 10m.

This model is presented in the Unsaturated Soil Mechanics in Engineering Practice textbook.

Section 8.3.10 Example of Water Flow through Earth Dam.

Figures 8.51 - 8.55

Note that this model corresponds to the text description of an initially empty reservoir and the permeability and water storage functions presented in Figure 8.51. The results presented in Figures 8.52 - 8.55 represent a scenario where there is an initial water level of 4m in the reservoir.

Model filename: USMEP_Textbook > Earth_Dam_ReservoirFilling_FromEmpty.svm

Tags: USMEP_Textbook,SVFLUX,2D,Transient,USMEP,dams

 Attachments: 0b3f0e303e-Fig8.51a.png b09c8a4333-Fig8.51b.png 733b73bb36-Fig8.51c.png 39588d9931-Fig8.51c_corrected.png 308863ccc6-Fig8.52a_corrected.png 891b117227-Fig8.52b_corrected.png 30dae7ae3b-Fig8.53a_corrected.png 8d420ae9a8-Fig8.53b_corrected.png e724ed6f1c-Fig8.54a_corrected.png cad23fce9b-Fig8.54b_corrected.png 45118a885a-Fig8.55a_corrected.png ba3f5991d3-Fig8.55b_corrected.png

## Earth_Dam_SS_Rainfall

Saturated-Unsaturated, steady-state seepage through an isotropic earthfill dam with a horizontal drain under steady-state rainfall at ground surface.

This model is presented in the Unsaturated Soil Mechanics in Engineering Practice textbook.

Section 8.3.6 Examples of Two-Dimensional, Steady-State Water Flow Problems.

Figures 8.42, 8.46

Model filename: USMEP_Textbook > Earth_Dam_SS_Rainfall.svm

 Attachments: 7341749b4d-Fig8.42.png 0b810d2b3d-Fig8.46a.png 48746e8492-Fig8.46b.png

## Earth_Dam_WithCore

Saturated-Unsaturated, steady-state seepage through an isotropic earthfill dam with core and horizontal drain.

This model is presented in the Unsaturated Soil Mechanics in Engineering Practice textbook.

Section 8.3.6 Examples of Two-Dimensional, Steady-State Water Flow Problems.

Figures 8.42, 8.45

Model filename: USMEP_Textbook > Earth_Dam_WithCore.svm

 Attachments: 282f99d004-Fig8.42.png 71354e74c2-Fig8.45a.png 64bd3dcca1-Fig8.45b.png

## EmpiricalAE_SVFlux

Verification of SVFlux evaporative model coupled with heat against the evaporation solution present by Ward Wilson in his thesis "Soil Evaporative Fluxes for Geotechnical Engineering Problems"

This model is presented in the Unsaturated Soil Mechanics in Engineering Practice textbook.

Section 6.3.20 Example Calculations of AE.

Figures 6.45, 6.47

Model filename: USMEP_Textbook > EmpiricalAE_SVFlux.svm

Tags: USMEP_Textbook,SVFLUX,1D Vertical,Transient,1D,Evaporation,Waste management,Cover design,Benchmarking,USMEP

 Attachments: b7845773a1-Fig6.45.png 2652aafe91-Fig6.47.png

## LagoonWithLiner

Transient groundwater seepage below a lagoon. The lagoon is placed over a 1m thick soil liner.

This model is presented in the Unsaturated Soil Mechanics in Engineering Practice textbook.

Section 8.3.11 Example of Groundwater Seepage below Lagoon.

Figures 8.56 - 8.60

Model filename: USMEP_Textbook > LagoonWithLiner.svm

Tags: USMEP_Textbook,SVFLUX,2D,Transient,Water Table,USMEP

 Attachments: 807d7dfe88-Fig8.56a.png de8b9de4f5-Fig8.56b.png bc80c812a0-Fig8.56c.png 789e0adcc7-Fig8.56c_corrected.png 343e7d0ba8-Fig8.57a.png cabf96b219-Fig8.57b.png ffa68fd206-Fig8.58a.png 1015af4e23-Fig8.58b.png 88c4a42ec7-Fig8.59a.png 9ede3c5400-Fig8.59b.png b012d4c060-Fig8.60a.png 8e0b31edc3-Fig8.60b.png

## LayeredHillSlopeSeepage

Transient seepage within a layered hill slope under constant infiltration. Rulon and Freeze (1985) studied this problem using a sandbox model.

This model is presented in the Unsaturated Soil Mechanics in Engineering Practice textbook.

Section 8.3.12 Example of Seepage within Layered Hill Slope.

Figures 8.61 - 8.69

Model filename: USMEP_Textbook > LayeredHillSlopeSeepage.svm

Tags: USMEP_Textbook,SVFLUX,2D,Transient,Water Table,USMEP

 Attachments: 59bf00d82e-Fig8.61.png 71a23ea1f0-Fig8.62.png fe26d352b5-Fig8.63a.png aec8354859-Fig8.63b.png 4b86951ccd-Fig8.63c.png 6a7e47a831-Fig8.63c_corrected.png 2b0a5710cc-Fig8.64.png a9ef3c9769-Fig8.65.png 5da39bed54-Fig8.66.png fc0def8f4b-Fig8.67.png c3cbf22c0a-Fig8.68.png d85c00fc6a-Fig8.69.png

## LimitingFunction1997_SVFlux

Verification of SVFlux evaporative model coupled with heat against the evaporation solution present by Ward Wilson in his thesis "Soil Evaporative Fluxes for Geotechnical Engineering Problems"

This model is presented in the Unsaturated Soil Mechanics in Engineering Practice textbook.

Section 6.3.20 Example Calculations of AE.

Figures 6.45, 6.47

Model filename: USMEP_Textbook > LimitingFunction1997_SVFlux.svm

Tags: USMEP_Textbook,SVFLUX,1D Vertical,Transient,1D,Evaporation,Waste management,Cover design,Benchmarking,USMEP

 Attachments: 7aeaa11c45-Fig6.45.png f6928dc927-Fig6.47.png

## Rykaart_3DTailingsDam_Modified_SS

This is a model of a 3D tailings dam. It is based on the model presented in the thesis of Maritz Rykaart. The geometry is as presented in the thesis, but the material properties are different. This steady-state model uses the results of the steady state model Rykaart_3DTailingsDam_Modified_SSSat.

This model is presented in the Unsaturated Soil Mechanics in Engineering Practice textbook.

Section 1.6.7 Finite Element Mesh for Three-Dimensional Tailings Pond.

Figure 1.21

Model filename: USMEP_Textbook > Rykaart_3DTailingsDam_Modified_SS.svm

Tags: USMEP_Textbook,USMEP,Water Table,Steady-State,3D,SVFLUX,Water resources management,Earth Dam / Levees

 Attachments: 89d1e275b3-Fig1-21.png

## Rykaart_3DTailingsDam_Modified_SSSat

This is a model of a 3D tailings dam. It is based on the model presented in the thesis of Maritz Rykaart. The geometry is as presented in the thesis, but the material properties are different. This is the steady-state model.

This model is presented in the Unsaturated Soil Mechanics in Engineering Practice textbook.

Section 1.6.7 Finite Element Mesh for Three-Dimensional Tailings Pond.

Figure 1.21

Model filename: USMEP_Textbook > Rykaart_3DTailingsDam_Modified_SSSat.svm

Tags: USMEP_Textbook,Water resources management,USMEP,Water Table,SVFLUX,Steady-State,3D,Earth Dam / Levees

 Attachments: cc191cf96e-Fig1-21.png

## Rykaart_3DTailingsDam_Modified_T

This is a model of a 3D tailings dam. It is based on the model presented in the thesis of Maritz Rykaart. The geometry is as presented in the thesis, but the material properties are different. This transient model uses the results of the steady state model Rykaart_3DTailingsDam_Modified_SS.

This model is presented in the Unsaturated Soil Mechanics in Engineering Practice textbook.

Section 1.6.7 Finite Element Mesh for Three-Dimensional Tailings Pond.

Figure 1.21

Model filename: USMEP_Textbook > Rykaart_3DTailingsDam_Modified_T.svm

Tags: USMEP_Textbook,Earth Dam / Levees,Water resources management,USMEP,3D,SVFLUX,Water Table,Transient

 Attachments: 7e37e7b59e-Fig1-21.png

## SS2DFlow_Earth_Fill_Dam

This model will determine the final position of the phreatic surface and the flux rate through an earth fill dam.The earth fill dam example is the classic numerical model.The model is used to assess the effectiveness of a clay core in dissipating the energy of the water.

This model is presented in the Unsaturated Soil Mechanics in Engineering Practice textbook.

Section 1.6.6 Example of Two-Dimensional Seepage Analysis.

Figure 1.20

Note: This is a duplicate of the model Earth_Fill_Dam presented in the EarthDams project as an SVFlux Tutorial model.

Model filename: USMEP_Textbook > SS2DFlow_Earth_Fill_Dam.svm

 Attachments: 44afe5ac26-Fig1-20.png

## WilsonEmpircalAE_TH

Verification of SVFlux evaporative model coupled with heat against the evaporation solution present by Ward Wilson in his thesis "Soil Evaporative Fluxes for Geotechnical Engineering Problems"

This model is presented in the Unsaturated Soil Mechanics in Engineering Practice textbook.

Section 6.3.20 Example Calculations of AE.

Figures 6.46 - 6.47

Model filename: USMEP_Textbook > WilsonEmpircalAE_TH.svm

Tags: USMEP_Textbook,SVFLUX,SVHEAT,1D Vertical,Transient,1D,Evaporation,Waste management,Cover design,Benchmarking,USMEP

 Attachments: c3cd7529ba-Fig6.46.png 714d467602-Fig6.47.png

## WilsonLimiting1997_TH

Verification of SVFlux evaporative model coupled with heat against the evaporation solution present by Ward Wilson in his thesis "Soil Evaporative Fluxes for Geotechnical Engineering Problems"

This model is presented in the Unsaturated Soil Mechanics in Engineering Practice textbook.

Section 6.3.20 Example Calculations of AE.

Figures 6.46 - 6.47

Model filename: USMEP_Textbook > WilsonLimiting1997_TH.svm

Tags: USMEP_Textbook,SVFLUX,SVHEAT,1D Vertical,Transient,1D,Evaporation,Waste management,Cover design,Benchmarking,USMEP

 Attachments: b4cc7feff6-Fig6.46.png ba25dee575-Fig6.47.png

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