Author(s): S.P.G. Madabhushi, D. Bellotti, A. Clematis &
Ground water flow needs to be modelled in a wide variety of civil
However, solving of specific boundary value
problems is often restricted by the complex geometries one faces in the
field especially if it has three dimensional features and/or if one
encounters varying hydraulic conductivity.
In this paper we attempt to
solve the problem of ground water flow in porous media by modifying a
finite difference code into a parallelised code.
The modular structure of
the code is exploited.
In this paper we discuss the parallelisation
procedure and compare the results of the sequential code and the
parallelised code for a specific problem.
Based on the results of a
theoretical analysis and early numerical experiments we ...
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Paper DOI: 10.2495/CMWR980461
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