Greetings,
I am interested in predicting contaminant concentrations entering the water table for two solutes (solute one conservative; solute two nonconservative) under varying atmospheric conditions over ~ 200 hundred years. However, the source term I am trying to simulate is located inside my domain (similar but not equivalent to a buried drum).
I would like to incorporate a constant solute source-term concentration (for a handful of nodes) in the middle of my model domain but have not discovered how to implement this in HYDRUS-1D.
Any insight would be greatly appreciated.
--Ryan
adding solutes inside model domain
Jirka, thank you for the suggestion. I have a quick follow-up question to ensure that I understand the issue conceptually.
Does adding the zero-order rate constant (for a dissolved phase) amount to the material layer releasing X mg/L per unit time step, and therefore an increased number of nodes in this layer does not amount to more mass being released rather finer spatial discretization?
--Ryan
Does adding the zero-order rate constant (for a dissolved phase) amount to the material layer releasing X mg/L per unit time step, and therefore an increased number of nodes in this layer does not amount to more mass being released rather finer spatial discretization?
--Ryan