Model/ Workspace

Name

Brief Description

CFITM/CFITM 
Example1 
Example 2A: Chromium (Column Number 4)  SemiFinite System 

Example2 
Example 2B: Chromium (Column Number 4)  Finite Sysem 
CFITIM/CFITIM 
Example1 
Generated data, Nonequilibrium model 

Example2 
Example 2D: Tritiated water (EXP. 52); Nonequilibrim model 

Example3 
Example 2H: Tritiated water (EXP. 52); Linear adsorption model 

Fig79a 
Tritium effluent curve from Glendale clay loam; Nonequilibrim model 

Fig79b 
Boron effluent [exp. 31, van Genuchten, 1974]; Nonequilibrim model 
CHAIN/CHAIN 
Nitrogen 
Nitrogen chain [Cho, 1972] 

Radionuc 
Radionuclide transport 
CXTFIT/Direct 
Fig51 
Firstorder nonequilibrium model, effect of beta and omega 

Fig52 
Firstorder nonequilibrium model, effect of beta and f 

Fig71 
Fig.71: The deterministic CDE (BVP+PVP) 

Fig72a 
Fig.72a: Flux vs. (resident) conc. for the IVP, Cf(Z) (a) P=2 (b) P=10 

Fig72b 
Fig.72b: (Flux) vs. resident conc. for the IVP, Cf(Z) (a) P=2 (b) P=10 

Fig75 
Fig.75: Nonequilibrium onesite CDE (beta=1/R,omega=0.08, 0.2, 1.0, 10) 

Fig76a 
Fig.76a: Twosite CDE (omega =0.08, f=0, 0.3, 0.7,0.99875) 

Fig76b 
Fig.76b: Twosite CDE (omega=0.2, f =0, 0.3, 0.7,0.99875) 

Fig77a 
Fig.77a: Twosite CDE for betaR=0.22  Dirac input 

Fig77b 
Fig.77b: Twosite CDE for betaR=0.22  pulse input 

Fig78 
Fig.78: IVP for the nonequilibrium CDE 

Fig105 
Equilibrium model, Effect of firstorder decay, Step Input 

Fig105a 
Equilibrium model, Effect of firstorder decay, Pulse Input 

Fig108 
OneSite Model, Effect of masstransfer coefficient 

Fig109 
Twosite model, Effect of mobile/immobile water ratio, Cf(T) 

Fig109a 
Twosite model, Effect of mobile/immobile water ratio, Cf(Z) 

Fig109b 
Twosite model, Effect of mobile/immobile water ratio, Cr(Z) 

Fig1010 
Twosite model, Effect of retardation factor, Cf(T) 

Fig1010a 
Twosite model, Effect of retardation factor, Cf(Z) 

Fig1010b 
Twosite model, Effect of retardation factor, Cr(Z) 

Fig1011 
Twosite model, Effect of mass transfer coefficient, Cf(T) 

Fig1011a 
Twosite model, Effect of mass transfer coefficient, Cf(Z) 

Fig1011b 
Twosite model, Effect of mass transfer coefficient, Cr(Z) 

Fig1012 
Twosite model, Effect of Peclet number, Cf(T) 

Fig1012a 
Twosite model, Effect of Peclet number, Cf(Z) 

Fig1012b 
Twosite model, Effect of Peclet number, Cr(Z) 
CXTFIT/Inverse 
Fig73a 
Fig.73a: Steady saturated flow in a sand column 

Fig73b 
Fig.73b: Steady saturated flow in a sand column 

Fig74 
Fig.74: Estimation of duration time (MASS = 1 in Block B) 

Fig79a 
Fig.79a: Tritium effluent curve from Glendale clay loam 

Fig79b 
Fig.79b: Boron effluent curve (exp. 31, van Genuchten, 1974) 

Fig712 
Fig.712: Fieldscale bromide movement (after Jury at al., 1982) 

Fig715 
Fig.715: Hypothetical fieldscale reactive solute transport 
CXTFIT/Stochast 
Fig45a 
Fig45: Stream tube model (STM) with random v, BVP vs. (IVP) 

Fig45b 
Fig45: Stream tube model (STM) with random v, (BVP) vs. IVP 

Fig47a 
Fig47: STM with randomv , Constant and (variable) duration 

Fig47b 
Fig47: STM with random v, (Constant) and variable duration 

Fig710 
Fig.710: STM with random v, Effect of sigma_{v} 

Fig711a 
Fig.711: STM with random v , ensembleaveraged flux conc. 

Fig711b 
Fig.711: STM with random v, fieldscale flux conc. 

Fig711c 
Fig.711: STM with random v, fieldscale resident conc. 

Fig713 
Fig.713: STM with random v and K_{d} , effect of rho_{vKd} 

Fig714a 
Fig.714: Nonequilibrium fieldscale transport, fieldscale c_{r} 

Fig714b 
Fig.714: Nonequilibrium fieldscale transport, fieldscale c_{t} 
3DADE/3DADE 
Example1 
Figure 2A: Diffuse source in semiinfinite region of surface, Steadystate 

Example2 
Figure 4: Rectangular source at surface, Firsttype BC 

Example3 
Figure 4: Rectangular source at surface, Thirdtype BC 

Example4 
Figure 3B: Parallelepipedal initial distribution, Thirdtype BC 

Example5 
Figure 7: Circular source at surface, Thirdtype BC 

Example6 
Inverse: Diffuse source in semiinfinite region of surface, Firsttype BC 

Example7 
Inverse: Parallelepipedal initial distribution, Thirdtype BC 

Example8 
Inverse: Parallelepipedal initial distribution, Thirdtype BC 

Example9 
Inverse: Circular source at surface, Firsttype BC 
N3DADE/N3DADE 
Exampl1a 
BVP: Fig. 6: Instantaneous application from disc (cm,d) 

Exampl1b 
BVP: Fig. 7: Instantaneous application from disc (cm,d) 

Exampl2a 
BVP: Fig. 8: Heaviside application finite rectangle 

Exampl2b 
BVP: Fig. 9: Heaviside application finite rectangle 

Example3 
IVP: Fig. 10: Heaviside initial, Finite rectangle 

Example4 
IVP: Fig. 11: Exponential distribution about (5,0,0), Spherical coordinate 

Example5 
PVP: Fig. 12: Heaviside production, Circular coordinate 