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Hydraulic characteristic in Horizontal Flow Barrier (HFB)


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I've read the HFB pacakge description found in http://www.xmswiki.com/wiki/GMS:HFB_Package but I'm still not understand which is the correct valure for HC.
From the barrier fact sheet:
-hydraulic conductivity equivalent: 1E-10 m/s 
-thickenss : 0.01 m

The thickness is in the direction of the flow as described in http://www.xmswiki.com/wiki/GMS:HFB_Package.
I get HC = K/T = 1E-8 m/s/m

How Modlfow (LFP) use HC in resolving the flow equations without the barrier thickness?

Why not set HC to the hydraulic conductivity equivalent value?

 

Thank you

daniele

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  • 11 months later...

Hi, I don´´ t know if HFB is the right "topic" for my issue: I have a one grid layer steady sytate modflow model of an esker. The problem is that in the middle of modeling (esker)area there is a bedrock outcrop  that arises above groundwater level (or sometimes even above mineral ground surface). If I have understood right it is not allowed to "flag" those finite difference grid cells (inside modeling area) as "inactive" (IBOUND) or "isolate" them. I´d woiuld be very pleased to know how to deal with that before mentioned situation, where the esker has accumukated over impermeable crystalline berdrock and the bedrock surface arises above adjacent esker´s groundwater level (or even outcrops) in the middle of the esker.( = in the middle/or centre of the modeling area) ?

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