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    Title: 汙染物在飽和及未飽和層傳輸研究
    Authors: 王士紘;朱延崇
    Contributors: 淡江大學水資源及環境工程學系
    Keywords: 數值模擬;地下水流;汙染物傳輸;有限差分法;;Numerical Simulation;Groundwater Flow;Pollutant Transport;Finite Difference Method;Well
    Date: 1993-10
    Issue Date: 2014-02-12 20:33:27 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 臺南市:成功大學
    Abstract: 本文旨在利用數值方法模擬地下水汙染物 傳輸情形,所用方法乃是應用HYDROFLOW2D模式模擬 地下水在土壤中的流動情形,其次再利用有限 差分法來進行汙染物的傳輸模擬。經數值計算 結果,可得到滿意結果,在實際應用上,可作為汙 染源附近挖井時,距離選取之參考。
    The objective of this study is to use numerical method to solve the problem of pollutant of ground-water. Firstly, HYDROFLOW2D model is used to simulate ground-water flow in the soil. Then the finite difference method is used to solve the pollutant transport problem. Through the numerical technique, the result is good. Practically, this study can be used to determine the safe distance between the pollutant source and the well.
    Relation: 八十二年電子計算機於土木水利工程應用論文研討會論文集(一)=Proceedings of the Conference on Computer Applications in Civil and Hydraulic=Engineering (Vol. 1),頁132-140
    Appears in Collections:[Graduate Institute & Department of Water Resources and Environmental Engineering] Proceeding

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