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Groundwater Flow & Solute Transport Modeling Service

by S.S. Papadopulos and Associates, Inc     based in Bethesda, MARYLAND (USA)

SSP&A is probably best known for its work in modeling. Since the company was established in 1979, SSP&A has applied modeling codes and techniques to over 300 investigations of varying complexity.

Modeling & Simulation

by Dynaflow, Inc.     based in Jessup, MARYLAND (USA)

Dynaflow, Inc. is actively engaged in the development and utilization models and simulations of a range of fluid dynamic phenomena. Dynaflow seeks to develop and utilize the best tool for a given problem. The strength of our modeling and simulation efforts is that they are based on the underlying physics of the pehnomena.

Process Modeling and Simulation Services

by Process Engineering Associates, LLC     based in Oak Ridge, TENNESSEE (USA)

PROCESS uses long-term or short-term licensed commercial process simulation software (CHEMCAD, Aspen, HYSYS, Pro/II, Simsci) and/or in-house simulation programs to perform: Detailed mass and energy balances. Unit operation design/evaluation. Piping system hydraulics calculations. Relief and flare system design/evaluation. Heat exchanger ...

Material Flow Management (MFA)

by ifu Hamburg GmbH     based in Hamburg, GERMANY

ifu Hamburg GmbH - Material Flow Management (MFA)Material flow management (MFA) is the systematic analysis, assessment and optimisation of material and energy flows in a system, in most cases a production system. By detecting hotspots for optimisation and by closing of material loops significant cost savings can be achieved and - at the same time ...

Flow & Transport Modeling

by INTERA Incorporated     based in Albuquerque, NEW MEXICO (USA)

Modeling expertise is one of the technological capabilities on which INTERA's reputation is founded. We are a leader in the development and application of quantitative modeling techniques for evaluating groundwater flow and contaminant transport problems. Over the last 32 years, we have developed public domain groundwater flow and transport ...

Groundwater Modeling

by SGS     based in Geneva, SWITZERLAND

SGS uses groundwater modeling techniques to help protect groundwater by simulating its drainage and flow and anticipating risks of propagation of contamination.  Call our accredited hydrogeological experts today to find out more.

Hydraulic/Hydrological Modeling Services

by Hubbell, Roth & Clark, Inc. (HRC)     based in Bloomfield Hills, MICHIGAN (USA)

Computer simulations have become an important part of today's engineering of stormwater, sanitary and water distribution systems. Modeling provides a means to cost-effectively analyze the capabilities of existing systems and evaluate complex improvement alternatives under a wide range of conditions. These models can identify an area where flow ...

Water Availability Modeling

by INTERA Incorporated     based in Albuquerque, NEW MEXICO (USA)

The effective management of water resources frequently requires quantitative assessments of aquifer availability, aquifer sustainability, and the mechanisms of recharge and discharge, including the interaction of surface water and groundwater. These assessments require a detailed analysis of aquifer flow dynamics. Numerical models provide the best ...

Groundwater Modeling Service

by Emery & Garrett Groundwater, Inc. (EGGI)     based in Meredith, NEW HAMPSHIRE (USA)

EGGI has applied the use of numerical groundwater models to solve many groundwater-related problems. A numerical groundwater model is a mathematical representation of the natural aquifer system. By simulating groundwater flow through an aquifer, we are able to predict aquifer responses over long periods of time and under a wide variety of ...

Modeling of Erosion & Sedimentation

by Alden Research Laboratory, Inc.     based in Holden, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

Sediment erosion, transport, and deposition is common in rivers, lakes, reservoirs, estuaries and oceans. Through the use of physical and computer modeling, engineers and scientists can better understand and predict sediment behavior.

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