MODFLOW-USG

 

MODFLOW-USG Free Webinar Registration

Join us for a free webinar and learn how MODFLOW-USG (UnStructured Grids) will take your groundwater simulations to the next level with increased accuracy, reduced run times and better handling of complex geological structures.

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Webinar Topics

  • Summary of the features, functionalities and capabilities of MODFLOW-USG
  • Overview of the benefits and advantages over traditional finite difference versions of MODFLOW (MODFLOW-2005,-NWT,-LGR etc)
  • Walk-through of MODFLOW-USG implementation in Visual MODFLOW Flex 2014.1
  • Live demonstration of a groundwater flow simulation in Visual MODFLOW Flex using MODFLOW-USG

Who Should Attend?

  • Visual MODFLOW Users
  • Groundwater Modelers
  • Hydrogeologists and Groundwater Specialists
  • Environmental Project Managers
  • GIS Specialists

 
 
 

About the Presenter

Wayne Hesch, B.Sc. is the Senior Product Champion for Visual MODFLOW, at Schlumberger Water Services. Wayne has completed his Bachelor of Science Degree at University of Waterloo, and the Environmental Engineering Program at Conestoga College. Wayne has taught courses on conceptual modeling, groundwater modeling, and water quality data management for more than 7 years, for public and private organizations at venues around the world.

About MODFLOW-USG (UnStructured Grids)

MODFLOW-USG is a new version of the groundwater flow code MODFLOW that uses UnStructured Grids. An unstructured grid provides flexibility to a MODFLOW simulation by enabling use of triangular, rectangular or other polygon shaped geometries individually or in combination, to appropriately discretize the domain. This is in contrast to traditional MODFLOW which uses structured, rectilinear grids. An unstructured grid paradigm further allows 3D, 2D, and 1D cell combinations to include other flow processes such as discrete fracture networks into the groundwater flow model.

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MODFLOW-USG Unstructured Grid

Unstructured grid refinement only around areas of interest - river boundary condition and pumping well

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