I am trying to simulate water flow, solute transport and root water uptake in a 10m by 11m domain with 4 layers. But I am getting a high mass balance error for the simulation. I have 15 time variable boundary conditions (for 15 years) and repeating it 10 times to run the simulation for a total of 150 years.
Precipitation is set at 0.5m/year for wet years along with evaporation (2.04 m/year) and transpiration (0.87m/year) along with incoming solute concentration of 500mg/m3.
The initial pressure head is -10m at the surface and 0 at the bottom. hCritA is set at -10m.
I am using Feddes water uptake reduction model with the following parameters:
Maximum rooting depth is set at 9 meter and depth of maximum intensity is 7 meter.
The mass balance error is too high and I can use some help here. Is there any way you can take a look at the file and recommend some fixes? I will really appreciate your help and suggestion.
Since the size of the file is too large, I am providing a link to the file:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/13OLLRm ... sp=sharing
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