It appears that 3DADE is set up to simulate a single source at a time (which is fine; especially given the very useful built-in capabilities to explore the plume from that source with color floods, cross-section cuts, animations, etc.) But sometimes a problem calls for an analysis of multiple sources that form separate or commingled plumes.
Has anyone found an efficient way to generate muliple plumes from multiple sources (one at a time) within STANMOD, and then combine and superimpose the data outside of the program in a post-processing step? (Maybe using Excel or Matlab or a Python script or something?)
Thanks for any suggestions.
A discussion forum for STANMOD users. STudio of ANalytical MODels is a software package for evaluating solute transport in porous media using analytical solutions of the convection-dispersion solute transport equation.
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