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Abstract

A Galerkin-type finite element method is employed to solve the quasilinear partial differential equations of transient seepage in saturated-unsaturated porous media. The resulting computer program is capable of handling nonuniform flow regions having complex boundaries and arbitrary degrees of local anisotropy. Flow can take place in a vertical plane, in a horizontal plane, or in a three-dimensional system with radial symmetry.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationASCE J Hydraul Div
Pages2233
Number of pages1
Volume99
EditionHY12
StatePublished - Dec 1973
Externally publishedYes

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Seepage
Partial differential equations
Porous materials
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Anisotropy
Finite element method

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Neuman, S. P. (1973). SATURATED-UNSATURATED SEEPAGE BY FINITE ELEMENTS. In ASCE J Hydraul Div (HY12 ed., Vol. 99, pp. 2233)

SATURATED-UNSATURATED SEEPAGE BY FINITE ELEMENTS. / Neuman, Shlomo P.

ASCE J Hydraul Div. Vol. 99 HY12. ed. 1973. p. 2233.

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Neuman, SP 1973, SATURATED-UNSATURATED SEEPAGE BY FINITE ELEMENTS. in ASCE J Hydraul Div. HY12 edn, vol. 99, pp. 2233.
Neuman SP. SATURATED-UNSATURATED SEEPAGE BY FINITE ELEMENTS. In ASCE J Hydraul Div. HY12 ed. Vol. 99. 1973. p. 2233
Neuman, Shlomo P. / SATURATED-UNSATURATED SEEPAGE BY FINITE ELEMENTS. ASCE J Hydraul Div. Vol. 99 HY12. ed. 1973. pp. 2233
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