Groundwater Modeling for Construction and Excavation Dewatering
Visual MODFLOW is often used to develop a model of local flow conditions for designing a dewatering system; this is commonly needed for building excavations, underground tunnels, etc. Pumping wells can be added to the model to represent pumping conditions and the ZONEBUDGET program can be used to determine boundary flows.
Online References using Visual MODFLOW
|BC Hydro – John Hart Powerhouse Replacement, Campbell River||Canada|
|Smithland Hydroelectric plant project||USA|
|Hydrogeologic Assessment of Construction Dewatering||USA|
|Comparative Study between Predicted and Observed Records of Implementation Dewatering Systems at|
Abu Qir Intake Power Plant, Alexandria
Published In: Journal of American Science
|Combined Simulation-Optimization of an Excavation Site for Dewatering Purpose|
Keywords: Genetic Algorithm
|Application of MODFLOW for groundwater Seepage Problems in the Subsurface Tunnels|
Published In: The Journal of Indian Geophysical Union
Note: Waterloo Hydrogeologic does not imply endorsement of software from the authors of these publications/reports (or their associated organization/affiliations).