Description |
ZBSoft is a collection of groundwater modeling and utility programs for distribution with the companion disks for: "Chunmiao Zheng and Gordon D. Bennett, Applied Contaminant Transport Modeling: Theory and Practice (ISBN 0-442-01348-5), published in 1995 by Van Nostrand Reinhold, 115 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10003. The software is intended to help readers explore the modeling concepts and techniques discussed in the text and gain hands-on experience in transport simulation. It contains: ZBFLOW, a special educational version of MODFLOW (McDonald and Harbaugh, 1988), for flow simulation; ZBPATH, a special educational version of PATH3D (Zheng, 1989), for particle tracking analysis, using the flow solution of ZBFLOW; ZBTRAN, a special educational version of MT3D (Zheng, 1990; 1992), for solute transport simulation, using the flow solution of ZBFLOW; ZBIME, a special educational version of ModIME (SSP&A, 1995), as an integrated modeling environment for ZBFLOW, ZBPATH and ZBTRAN; ATRANS, a general analytical solution for one-, two- and three-dimensional transport from a patch source in a uniform flow field (Neville, 1994); INTERP, a program for two-dimensional interpolation of randomly spaced data to a regular or irregular finite-difference grid using kriging or inverse distance algorithm; and PM, an unformatted file reader for postprocessing the simulation results of ZBFLOW and ZBTRAN. |