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CFP: Documentation of a Conduit Flow Process for MODFLOW-2005
By W. Barclay Shoemaker (U.S. Geological Survey, Fort Lauderdale, Florida),
The conduit flow process for MODFLOW-2005 (CFP) has the ability to simulate turbulent or laminar groundwater flow conditions by:
Conduit flow pipes (CFPM1) may represent dissolution or biological burrowing features in carbonate aquifers, voids in fractured rock, and/or lava tubes in basaltic aquifers and can be fully or partially saturated under laminar or turbulent flow conditions. Preferential flow layers (CFPM2) may represent:
The Conduit Flow Process for MODFLOW-2005 was developed with the support of the USGS Groundwater Resources Program.
First official release version 1.0 was released for publication April 14, 2008.
Current version 1.8.00 was released for publication February 23, 2011. Refer to the release.txt in the download file for complete release history.
Source Code and Documentation
Download CFP version 1.8 (13.5MB ZIP file). File includes:
A list of reports & articles is also available.
Points of Contact and Support
Support is provided for correcting bugs and clarification of how the code is intended to work. Only limited assistance can be provided for applying CFP to specific problems by contacting USGS online or by directing correspondence to the points of contact listed below.
User Email List
If you want to be alerted to updates in the CFP, please contact W. Barclay Shoemaker.
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