Analytical Solution for Two-Dimensional Solute Transport in Finite Aquifer with Time-Dependent Source Concentration
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Using the Hankel Transform Technique, an analytical solution is derived for two-dimensional solute transport in a homogeneous isotropic aquifer. The aquifer is subjected to time-dependent point source contamination. The solution is derived under two conditions: (1) the flow velocity in the aquifer is a sinusoidally varying function and (2) the flow velocity is an exponentially decreasing function. Initially the aquifer is assumed solute free. The analytical solution is illustrated using an example. © 2010 ASCE.
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Singh, M. K., Singh, P., & Singh, V. P.