Don't have an account yet? Vector plots of gradients. Initial water table for a transient analysis may be graphically drawn on the problem or imported as heads from a steady-state analysis. The results may also be viewed in the context of a graphical user interface. Water flow with time may be tracked across flux sections.
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sgflux Seepage modeling involving geomembranes. Plots may be zoomed to isolate any region of interest. Finite element analysis by the Galerkin method. Theory manual - documents the theory of the governing partial differential equations used in the solution of the seepage problem. Zooming, panning features available. The SoilVision database contains laboratory data on over soil-water characteristic curves, over ksat values, and over unsaturated permeability curves.
Custom color shadings may be specified. Plan view analysis version 3. Problems may be entered in Metric or Imperial units All aspects of all models are stored in a database which may be placed on a server. The following manuals document the operation of the SVFlux software. Free form equations may be specified as a function of position or time i.
SVFlux 2D / 3D - Seepage Analysis Software - Scientific Software Group
Fully automatic time-step refinement for transient analysis. The software is designed to analyze both saturated and unsaturated flow through the ground through the solving of Richard's equation. Head or flux boundary conditions may be specified as contants or free-form equations. Plots of value versus time may be generated at any coordinate for the following values: The finite element solution makes use of fully automatic mesh generation and mesh refinement to solve the problem quickly as well as indicating zones of critical gradient.
Mesh plots track mesh refinement. Transient results may be animated. Our comprehensive documentation will get you modeling quickly!
Surface plots of any 2D variable over the problem region may be produced. Most users are able to learn how to use the software effectively to create 2D problems within minutes. Mesh refinement is based on the relative error of the governing equation and therefore automatically locates critical zones. Colors or patterns of soil regions may be specified.
Mesh generation and refinement is fully automatic allowing you to focus on the solution and not on svfllux problems. Water flow with time may be tracked across flux sections. Vector plots of gradients. Grid, snapping, and object snapping features available. A central database of soil properties for all entered seepage problems is maintained.
Verification manual - benchmarks the SVFlux software against typical seepage problems published in texts, journal papers, or manuals from other software packages. SVFlux is currently the only groundwater package in the world to offer this feature.
SVFLUX PEST Interface
Initial water table for a transient analysis may be graphically drawn on the problem or imported as heads svtlux a steady-state analysis. The package represents powerful and stable finite element groundwater modeling software including climatic coupling.
Freeform boundary equations and an optional soil database of over soils to choose from further simplify model design. Problem geometry may be imported from existing problems.