Analytical solutions converging rapidly at large and small values of times have been obtained for two mathematical models which describe the concentration distribution of a non reactive pollutant from a point source against the flow in a horizontal cross-section of a finite saturated shallow aquifer possessing uniform horizontal groundwater flow. Zero concentration or the conditions in which the flux across the extreme boundaries are proportional to the respective flow components are applied. The effects of flow and dispersion on concentration distribution are also discussed.
Uniform Horizontal Groundwater Flow against Dispersion in a Shallow Aquifer: Two Analytical Models
Ram Raj Vinda, Raja Ram Yadava, Naveen Kumar; Uniform Horizontal Groundwater Flow against Dispersion in a Shallow Aquifer: Two Analytical Models. Hydrology Research 1 February 1992; 23 (1): 1–12. doi: https://doi.org/10.2166/nh.1992.0001
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