HP1 source code

The HP1 code incorporates modules simulating
(1) transient water flow in variably-saturated media,
(2) transport of multiple components, and
(3) mixed equilibrium/kinetic geochemical reactions.
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cristina
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HP1 source code

Post by cristina » Mon Feb 20, 2012 10:54 am

Dear Diederick,

is it possible to have access to the source code of the HP1?

I am working on a project on coupling an unsaturated model with Phreeqc to model wastewater transport and transformation in unsaturated zone (using Monod/Michaelis-Menten), and then verifying it with your HP1.

I will be grateful for any help,

Thanking you,

Regards,

Cristina

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Post by Jirka » Mon Feb 20, 2012 11:25 am

Cristina,

For that you do not need a source code of HP1 (which we do not share). You can define your kinetic reactions as in input using short basic codes, similarly as you would do with PHREEQC.

Jirka

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Post by cristina » Mon Feb 20, 2012 11:32 am

Dear Jirka,

Thank you for the suggestion!

Regards,
Cristina

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Post by Pieter » Thu Aug 23, 2012 11:54 am

Dear Jirka,

I would like to use HP1 in a Linux environment. I tried installing the latest Hydrus1D version in Linux using WINE. But this did not work. Is it possible that I need to provide run-time for Visual Studio or any other development environment you used?

Alternatively I could compile everything for Linux myself but I read from the previous post that you do not release the source code for HP1? Would it be possible to release a linux-compatible version that is compiled using Intel Fortran or similar?

Your help would be much appreciated,

Best regards,

Pieter Jan

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Post by Jirka » Thu Aug 23, 2012 3:13 pm

I have no experience with Linux and thus that is not an option either. I will discuss with Diederik what we should do about this. But I do not see much of a reason why we should spend time to support Linux in addition to Windows. J.

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Post by Pieter » Fri Aug 24, 2012 8:37 am

Dear Jirka,

thank you for the quick response.

Ok, I was just wondering if it would be possible to use the program in Linux. If this would raise too many issues, I can always use PHREEQC in a scenario analysis with simple advection-dispersion before looking into HP1 for more advanced options.

Best regards,

Pieter Jan

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