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Ekkehard Holzbecher

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05 Apr 2013 Screenshot Environmental Modeling - using MATLAB Springer Book, 2nd Edition Author: Ekkehard Holzbecher contaminant, transport, flow, degradation, sorption, modeling 56 0
29 Apr 2008 Screenshot Environmental Modeling Introduction to Modelling and Simulation for Environmental Problems Author: Ekkehard Holzbecher contaminant, transport, flow, degradation, sorption, modeling 68 9
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12 Aug 2014 Environmental Modeling Introduction to Modelling and Simulation for Environmental Problems Author: Ekkehard Holzbecher Gianni Pedrazzini Gianni Pedrazzini

Thanks for uploading this tool, referring to the richard.m function I however struggle when trying to calculate the flow. I try this on the left side, so to speak the surface where the flow should correspond to the predefined value, as we have a constant flux BC. I multiply the pressure gradient at the boundary (obtained by difference quotients) with the local value of hydr. conductivity, but the result differs from the BC value. Do you have any idea why this is so? Am I making a mistake somehow?

30 Aug 2013 Environmental Modeling Introduction to Modelling and Simulation for Environmental Problems Author: Ekkehard Holzbecher Chanh Nguyen

It's very useful

08 Nov 2012 Environmental Modeling Introduction to Modelling and Simulation for Environmental Problems Author: Ekkehard Holzbecher kamel6002

Thank you for this work. It's very usefull for me.

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