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2DBank

This model example is an earth embankment consisting of a reservoir on the left and a river at elevation 4m to the right. The seepage solution was prepared in SVFLUX.

Model filename: Ponds > 2DBank.svm

Tags: Ponds,SVFLUX,2D,Steady-State,Ponds,Surface hydrology,Mining,Water resources management,Rivers,Benchmarking

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CircularPondTherm

This particular model is designed to form a steady-state example of this type of heat flow analysis. Also, it is designed to illustrate the use of SVHEAT to calculate thermal gradients, which radiate out from a pond. An axis-symmetric condition is set-up in this numerical model.

Model filename: Ponds > CircularPondTherm.svm

Tags: Ponds,SVHEAT,Axisymmetric,Steady-State,Ponds,Mining

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Pstr01

The following example demonstrates how to setup a three dimensional seepage example that models the steady-state water flow from a pond to a body of water at the bottom of a slope.

The model geometry contains 3 regions and two surfaces. The regions consist of a pond, lake, and slope. The top surface is a grid of elevations that define the slope. The grid of elevations is formed by 29 evenly spaced grid lines in both the x and y directions. The bottom surface has a constant elevation. A saturated soil is used to model the slope. The pond and lake are assigned constant head boundary conditions equal to their respective elevations.

Model filename: Ponds > Pstr01.svm

Tags: Ponds,SVFLUX,3D,Steady-State,Ponds,Mining

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Reservoir3D

This example examines the flow from a reservoir to a nearby river channel. Instructions for setting up this model can be found in the SVFlux Tutorial Manual.

Model filename: Ponds > Reservoir3D.svm

Tags: Ponds,SVFLUX,3D,Steady-State,Ponds,Mining

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ReservoirChemFlux

The following example will introduce you to the three-dimensional model in CHEMFLUX. The model will be used to investigate if contaminant from a reservoir will travel to a river channel due to advection and dispersion processes within a 400 day time period. The 400 day time period was chosen as the time necessary to install a pumping well between the river channel and the reservoir. The well will be used to pump contaminant from the ground to ensure the plume will not reach the river channel. The example model begins with a brief description of the steady-state seepage analysis completed to provide CHEMFLUX with computed seepage gradients. Next a detailed set of instructions guides the user through the creation of the 3D contaminant transport model.

Model filename: Ponds > ReservoirChemFlux.svm

Tags: Ponds,CHEMFLUX,3D,Transient,Ponds,Waste management,Waste Containment

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T2DBank

The model is an earth embankment consisting of a reservoir on the left and a river at elevation 4m to the right. The seepage solution was prepared in SVFLUX.

Model filename: Ponds > T2DBank.svm

Tags: Ponds,SVFLUX,2D,Transient,Ponds,Mining,Benchmarking

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TCircularPond

This particular pond example shows the example of a heating pond, which in a transient way radiates heat out from the pond.The purpose of this model is to illustrate the transient use of SVHEAT to calculate thermo gradients in these types of situations.

Model filename: Ponds > TCircularPond.svm

Tags: Ponds,SVHEAT,Axisymmetric,Transient,Ponds,Mining

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