Category Geothermal
Publisher  SoilVision Systems Ltd. 
Platform Win2000, WinXP, Vista, Win 7
Status Commercial
Description SVHeat is able to calculate geothermal gradients and the movement of freezing fronts in saturated and unsaturated soils. Saturation levels may be imported from SVFlux. SVHeat allows analysis of steady-state or transient thermal conduction and convection models. User defined soil properties define the latent heat released or absorbed during the ice-water phase change. Key features: 1D, 2D and 3D solutions handle any type of modeling problem. Model both conductive and convective heat flux, in frozen or unfrozen conditions. Full coupling with SVFlux. Climatic coupling brings seepage modeling to geothermal problems. Fully automatic mesh generation and mesh refinement. Generate 3D models from 2D cross-sections, or slice 3D models into 2D cross-sections. Extensive QAQC program. Model customization through a math scripting interface.
Cost US Dollars 1,695 to 5,995 depending on modules. Academic discounts available.
Data formats supported None stated
Supplier in Canada  SoilVision Systems Ltd. 
Supplier in United States of America  Scientific Software Group 

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