on the list for exam I and II and be able to:
be prepared to answer conceptual questions as well as to calculate heads, flow
rates, pressures and concentrations.
the parameters that control solute transport
able to solve for concentrations as a function of space and time in a uniform
flow field for both slug and continuous sources in, up to, three-dimensions
- know how the
addition of a second fluid to the flow field alters the basic concepts we
have been applying to single-phase flow
- know the basic
concepts and terminology used in ground-water management
- design a capture
the fundamental principles of ground-water modeling
As before, you may bring 3 pieces of paper with you to the exam with as much written
on them as you wish, both sides, small print etc. You may also bring the papers
from the previous exams as well.