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  1. Hi everyone, I am currently doing a project regarding in-situ chemical oxidation of BTEX using persulfate solution, and trying to use RT3D to represent the process. As reading the literature the reaction should be a pseudo 1st-order kinetic reaction model, but the only relevant option I found in the reaction package is the inst. aerobic degradation of BTEX which only offers oxygen as the electron acceptor. In this case, could someone familiar with the persulfate or other similar oxidation mechanisms tell how to construct the RT3D model? convert the persulfate concentration to
  2. Hi all, I have come up with some errors when running the tute model of TUTE: MODFLOW – Generating Data from Solids that indicate “changing heads are below the bottom of cell xxx". It is so weird that a tute brings up a problem like this. Having read a thread in the forum suggesting to remove the BC of constant heads from the sources sinks coverage, I found many cells dry out with red triangular flags after a modflow run. I knew it was different from what is instructed in the tute sheet, but it seems plausible for me that without those BC these cells could dry out. A further question
  3. Just came up with a question regarding where to apply different solution schemes for the advection package activated in the MT3D or RT3D model, and the cases are based on the tutorials 1. Can someone please explain further why we choose the Standard finite difference method for both the Sequential anaerobic degradation and BTEX degradation with multiple electron acceptors, MMOC for the Rate-limited sorption reaction, MOC for both Instantaneous aerobic degradation and Double-Monod model, 3rd order TVD (ULTIMATE) for all MT3D tutorial cases, etc. If there were relevant recommended rea
  4. I am a junior learner running through the general tutorials of MODFLOW, GMS and have come up with some confusion relating to the steps. 1. What happen to the right part of zone 3 with a constant recharge rate when importing csv file automatically matching zone name? The other zones are assigned correctly except for this part of zone 3. 2. In the tutorial it states the stress periods should match three changing point of recharge rate, i.e. 1/1/1986, 1/3/1986, 1/7/1986 (actually it is four including 1/10/1986). What is the purpose to set 1/5/1986, 1/6/1986 and 1/9/19
  5. Hi there, can you specify what the length of your each stress period and what the magnitudes of recharge rate are for each? Also the information of your steady state simulation. In addition, is your landfill site covered by a confined or unconfined aquifer beneath? Because I would like to try to interpret your problem theoretically assuming that your settings were perfect. Of course you are welcome to find any model setting workaround if that is the case. Cheers!
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