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This course is on building Finite Difference Groundwater (FDM) models from scratch in Python and on how to use them. The course consists of a number of `jupyter notebooks` that, together form the documents on this site. The models are built from scratch and are then applied in examples. The models are 3D, both steady-state and transient. Streamlines as contours of the `stream function` are explained, coded and demonstrated for 2D domains that are without flow divergence, i.e. for flat and axially symmetric cross sections. A particle tracker allows tracking of (large numbers of) particles in 3D. Computations and visualization are completely done in Python (numpy). Theo Olsthoorn, 30 Dec. 2016 Heemstede, the Netherlands

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https://github.com/Olsthoorn/FDModelBuildingCourseGroundwaterFlow.git

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olsthoorn

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groundwater, finite-difference, particle-tracking, groundwater-models, stream-function

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olsthoorn.readthedocs.io
olsthoorn.rtfd.io

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