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Two-dimensional finite elements model for selenium transport in saturated and unsaturated zones
A two-dimensional finite element model was developed to simulate species of selenium transport in two dimensions in both saturated and unsaturated soil zones. The model considers water, selenate, selenite, and selenomethionine ...
Two-dimensional finite elements model for boron management in agroforestry sites
Agroforesty systems, which are recommended as a management option to lower the shallow groundwater level and to reuse saline subsurface drainage waters from the tile-drained croplands in the drainage-impacted areas of Jan ...
Calculation of the time-varying mean velocity by different methods and determination of the turbulence intensities
(Academic Journals, 2010)
The raw velocity data for both stream-wise and transversal directions in unsteady flows, which are formed by generating input hydrograph, are obtained by using a flow tracker. The same hydrograph is generated 15 times and ...