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Solution flow prediction via computer models.
Kurth DI; Schmidt RD
Trans Am Nuclear Soc 1978 Nov; 30:101-102
A brief summary of the isl 50 computer model designed to simulate the hydrologic activity associated with in situ leaching is presented for uranium resource developers. The model uses graphic and numeric presentation of predicted fluid movement to describe the interaction of site operating parameters such as well configuration, penetration, pumping rate, and geohydrologic parameters as aquifer type, directional permeability, and groundwater flow.
OP; Journal Article
Transactions of the American Nuclear Society
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