Adaptive Multi Scale modeling of groundwater flow and transport

John Van Esch & John Van Esch
Usually the permeability tensor is the most dominant parameter affecting groundwater flow and transport, while it is also the most heterogeneous parameter. Permeability can be measured on laboratory scale and subsequently a spatially correlated random field generator is often used to construct a field scale model. This procedure results in a very fine grid with discrete tensor coefficients for each cell. To reduce the number of unknowns in the flow model fine scale permeabilities have...
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