Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Analytic Element Method in Modeling Groundwater Flow,
01-02 June 2019
Host: Colorado School of Mines, Integrated Groundwater Modeling Center
|Organizing Committee: Chairman Dr. O.D.L. Strack, Univ. Minnesota; Randal Barnes, Univ. Minnesota
Technical Committee: Dr. Erik Anderson (Layne Christensen Company; Dr. Mark Bakker (Delft University of Technology); Dr. Randal J. Barnes (University of Minnesota); James R. Craig (University of Waterloo); Henk Haitjema (Indiana University retired); Otto Strack (University of Minnesota)
Presentations are 40 minutes long, followed by 10 minutes of discussion.
Day 1, Saturday, June 1, 2019 9:00-9:10 Otto D.L. Strack: Welcome
Session 1: Applications of Analytic Solutions and the Analytic Element Method
Chairs: Mark Bakker and Otto Strack
9:15-9:55 Wim J. de Lange: Analytic-based expressions for advective transport phenomena generating macro dispersion.
10:05-10:45 Erik Anderson: The method of images for sloping boundaries
11:20-12:00 Erik A. Toller and Otto D. L. Strack: Interface ﬂow with vertically varying hydraulic conductivity
Session 2: Analytic Element Modeling, Part I
Chairs: Randal Barnes and Henk Haitjema
14:00-14:40 Mark Bakker and David Brakenhoff: Analytic elements for cross-sectional multi-layer modeling
14:50-15:30 Huite Bootsma: Modern, responsive, and interactive analytical element modeling
15:30-15:40 Discussion • 14:40-15:00 Break
15:00-15:40 Randal J. Barnes: Object-based analytic elements: a synthesis of old and new ideas that yields a new implementation
Day 2, Sunday, June 2, 2019 Session 3: Analytic Solutions
Chairs: Erik Anderson and Wim de Lange
9:00-9:40 Ali Ameli: Efﬁcient watershed management using semi-analytical groundwater-surface water interaction models
9:40-10:00 Discussion • 10:00-10:20 Break
10:20-11:00 Mark Bakker: Tidal propagation in multi-layer coastal aquifers that extend below the sea
11:20-12:00 Otto D. L. Strack and Sami Kinnunen: Subsurface irrigation with horizontal drains.
Session 3: Analytic Element Modeling, part 2
14:00-14:40 Otto Strack An approximate vertically integrated ﬂow formulation for aquifers with a base that varies mildly in elevation
15:00-15:40 Bill Olsen: An aquifer check valve for limiting contaminant movement.