National Research Program

The Mathematical Simulation of the Transport and Reaction of Chemical Species in Ground Water

Mathematical techniques that describe the transport and reactions of dissolved chemical species during their flow through saturated porous media are necessary to the prediction of water-quality changes in ground water. Objectives of this project are to Demonstrate the applicability of numerical-modeling techniques to the solutes through the saturated ground-water systems and analyze the effects of these changes on the ground-water environment. Predict the effects of chemical and physical stresses on the quality of ground water.

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