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Follow steps 3 to 5 to assign zone numbers 1 to the first and 2 to the second layer. Choose Reset Matrix ... from the Value menu, type 1 in the dialog box, then c1ick OK. Press PgDn to move to the second layer. Choose Reset Matrix ... from the Value menu, type 2 in the dialog box, then c1ick OK. Choose Leave Editor from the File menu or c1ick the leave editor button • . Click OK in the Water Budget dialog box. 3. The unit ofthe flows is [L3r 1]. Flows are calculated for each zone in each layer and each time step.

467E+07 seconds). To generate the breakthrough curves, choose Graphs > Concentration Time> MOC3D from the Tools menu. Click on the Plot flags of the Boreholes table until they are set as in Fig. 35. The fluctuations visible in Fig. 35 are typical for particle based methods. Results from FD-methods are smooth but at the price of more artificial mixing at the same spatial discretization. " E r-. E 0> «) contominated are ~. 3 CI> tf) c <> c o o <> no-flow boundory 1 , ... ~I ~ Fig. 34. •• ; •••••••••••••••••••••••• ; ••• .

5. 6. 7. 8. 29 To delineate the capture zone of the pumping weil Choose PMPATH (Pathlines and Contours) from the Models menu of PMWIN. J Move the mouse pointer to the model area. The mouse pointer turns into crosshairs. l5. Hold down the left mouse button and drag the crosshairs until the window covers the pumping weIl. Release the left mouse button. An Add New Partieles dialog box appears. Assign the numbers of particles to the edit fields in the dialog box as shown in Fig. 16. Click the Properties tab and click the colored button to select an appropriate color for the new particles.

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