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  1. Hello Everybody! I need some help, because I have to decide where to spend very well my money!! I want to know if the package FEMWATER would allows me to simulate finite elements: in areas with complicated geological conditions; in a coastal aquifers dealing also with transport of contaminants and MAINLY WITHOUT HAVING TO WORRY FOR A WATER TABLE NEAR THE SURFACE GOING DOWN BELOW THE 1ST LAYER , Do you suggest me to use FEMWATER, it is capable to do all this things as well as to simulate transport of contaminants? I REALLY LIKE THE CAPACITIES OF GMS FOR CONCEPTUALIZATION OF GROUNDWATER ISSUES, IT HAS BEEN VERY USEFUL THROUGHOUT MY ACADEMICAL CAREER, but now i need to work on a project where the geological conditions requires a detail in the upper layers, with pinch out towards the sea, near to a coastal area, with intercalations of clays and sand above a huge volcanic Unit. is there any limit of nodes or elements? have any of you used FEMWATER before for problems of contamination and sea water intrusion? thanks a lot IN ADVANCE FOR ALL YOUR SINCERE SUGGESTIONS, !!! fredy
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