Find: models matching tag: Max per page:   
Back to Gallery


This model demostrates the use of the software in modeling coupled water flow coupled with climate and with a salt concentration at the lower boundary. This model demonstrates the balance between precipitation moving down through the model and the salt migrating upward through diffusion.

Model filename: EarthCovers > Coupled_Salt_Water.svm

Tags: EarthCovers,SVFLUX,CHEMFLUX,1D Vertical,Transient,Precipitation,Climatic Coupling,Evaporation,EarthCovers,1D,Waste management,Cover design



Cross-section of a steep slope of residual soil. A combination of SVSlope and SVFlux are used to model a transient change in pwp and the resultant changes in FOS in the slope.

Model filename: Slopes_Group_3 > HongKongExample1_Unsaturated_Rain.svm

Tags: Slopes_Group_3,SVSLOPE,SVFLUX,2D,Transient,Water Table,Precipitation,Climatic Coupling,Entry and Exit,Climatic,Pore-water Pressures,Unsaturated,Infrastructure,Slopes_1/2/3/SAFE



This example illustrates the climate boundary condition used in svflux/svheat coupled model. The climate includes precipitation, snow, evaporation, and air temperature. The snow effect on ground surface temperature is considered using NFactor changing with time.

Model filename: GeoThermal > SoilColumn_Snow_30days.svm

Tags: GeoThermal,SVFLUX,SVHEAT,1D Vertical,Transient,Precipitation,Climatic Coupling,Evaporation,1D,Arctic design,Freeze / Thaw



This model is to demonstrate hydro-thermal coupling including seepage, evaporation, freezing, and thawing under climate condition. It will take few hours to finish running the model.

Model filename: GeoThermal > SoilFreezingThawing1Y.svm

Tags: GeoThermal,SVFLUX,SVHEAT,1D Vertical,Transient,Precipitation,Climatic Coupling,Evaporation,1D,Arctic design,Freeze / Thaw,Benchmarking



Acid rock drainage (ARD) is the attributed to the complex interaction of physical, hydrological, geochemical, and microbiological process (Wels et al). This example presents the analysis of the water flow, heat flow and air flow in waster rock piles using a triple coupling numerical model supplied with the software of SVAirflow, SVFlux and SVHeat. The purpose of this example is to demonstrate the application of the SVOffice software to understanding the dominant process in a waste rock pile.

The conceptual model for a waste rock pile is that heat is generated due to the oxidation of pyrite deep in the pile in the presence of oxygen and moisture. The heat source results in convective currents in the waste rock pile, which affects the flow of both air and water. This numerical example will result in a greater understanding of these flows.

Model filename: WasteRock > THA_Example_WastRockAnalysis.svm

Tags: WasteRock,SVFLUX,SVHEAT,SVAIRFLOW,2D,Transient,Precipitation,Climatic Coupling,Evaporation,Mining,Waste Rock,Arctic design


Back to Gallery