By Shlomo P. Neuman, Alberto Guadagnini, Monica Riva (auth.), Phoolendra K. Mishra, Kristopher L. Kuhlman (eds.)
This booklet represents kinds of development in hydrogeology, together with conceptualization alterations, assorted methods to simulating groundwater move and shipping new hydrogeophysical equipment. each one bankruptcy extends or summarizes a contemporary improvement in hydrogeology, with forward-looking statements concerning the demanding situations and strengths which are confronted. whereas the identify and scope is extensive, there are numerous sub-themes that attach the chapters. issues contain theoretical advances in conceptualization and modeling of hydrogeologic difficulties. Conceptual advances are additional tempered by means of insights bobbing up from observations from either box and laboratory work.
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1 Introduction In general, it is challenging to simultaneously measure degrees of saturation and capillary pressures in subsurface flow systems. Therefore, a complete and possible analytic model of constitutive law is essential for the multiple-phase flow simulation. A widely used saturation–capillary pressure relationship for three-phase flow was proposed by Parker et al. (1987a). T. K. L. H. T. , Parker and Lenhard 1987b; Kaluarachchi and Parker 1989; Celia and Binning 1992; White and Oostrom 1996; Guarnaccia and Pinder 1997; Binning and Celia 1999; Suk and Yeh 2007; Suk and Yeh 2008; Khoei and Mohammadnejad 2011).
4 Numerical Results and Discussion Four numerical examples are presented to show the feasibility and advantage of the present model. In Example 1, the initial and boundary pressure distributions satisfy the constraint (α21 hC21 ≥ α32 hC32 ), and thus these two constitutive models (Parker et al. 1987a; Tsai and Yeh 2012) are both executable. In the remaining examples (Examples 2, 3, and 4), however, the initial and prescribed boundary pressure distributions do not satisfy the constraint. , Suk and Yeh 2007; Suk and Yeh 2008) either cannot yield solutions using fractional flow-approach or exclude possible solutions without physical justifications using variable-switch technique in pressure-based approach.
Therefore, the change of phase configuration, phase appearance, and phase disappearance are automated. For example, the number of simulated phases in a three-phase flow problem can degenerate from three to two or one and conversely extend from one to two or three (Suk and Yeh 2008). Second, for incompressible three-phase flow problems, one solves an elliptic-type equation for total pressure and two hyperbolically dominant types of transport equations for degrees of saturation with the fractional flow-based approach, instead of solving three strongly coupled nonlinear mixed hyperbolic and parabolic-type equations with the pressure-based approach.