Ground-water Modeling on Small Computers: Past, Present, and Future

by Charles Cole, Technion-Israel Inst of Technology, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Haifa, Israel,
Lance Vail, Technion-Israel Inst of Technology, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Haifa, Israel,
Gregg Petrie, Technion-Israel Inst of Technology, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Haifa, Israel,
Richard Skaggs, Technion-Israel Inst of Technology, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Haifa, Israel,



Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Hydraulics and Hydrology in the Small Computer Age

Abstract: The paper reports on research that concerns the possible development of numerical models being able to simulate practical cases of Oil Spill Migration (OSPIM) in soils. Such models can provide important information concerning remedial measures required against the hazardous contamination caused by the oil spills. The study reported in this article consists of the following series of phases: Outlining of the general approach, laboratory experiments and justification of the general approach.

Subject Headings: Hazardous materials spills | Soil pollution | Numerical models | Porous media | Laboratory tests | Computer models | Simulation models | Case studies

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