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CCC-0451 FEMWASTE/FEMWATER.

FEMWASTE FEMWATER, Finite Elements Method Waste Transport Through Porous Media

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1. NAME OR DESIGNATION OF PROGRAM:  FEMWASTE/FEMWATER.
A finite -Element Model of Waste Transport through Porous Saturated- Unsaturated Media.
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2. COMPUTERS
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Program name Package id Status Status date
FEMWASTE/FEMWATER CCC-0451/01 Tested 19-JUN-1986
FEMWASTE/FEMWATER CCC-0451/03 Tested 02-MAR-1993

Machines used:

Package ID Orig. computer Test computer
CCC-0451/01 CDC 7600 CDC CYBER 740
CCC-0451/03 IBM PC PC-80386
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3. DESCRIPTION OF PROGRAM OR FUNCTION

FEMWASTE is a two-dimensional transient model for the transport of dissolved constituents through  porous media. The transport mechanisms include: convection, hydro- dynamic dispersion, chemical sorption, and first-order decay. The waste transport model is compatible with the water flow model (FEMWATER)) for predicting convective Darcy velocities in porous media which may be partially saturated.
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4. METHOD OF SOLUTION

Implementation of quadrilateral isoparametric finite elements, bilinear spatial interpolation, asymmetric weighting functions, several time-marching techniques, and Gaussian  elimination are employed in the numerical formulation of the transport equation. The application of the finite element method ensures that mass balance over the whole region is preserved. A mixture-dependent retardation factor is employed in the definition of solute sorption.
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5. RESTRICTIONS ON THE COMPLEXITY OF THE PROBLEM:
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6. TYPICAL RUNNING TIME:
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7. UNUSUAL FEATURES OF THE PROGRAM:
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8. RELATED AND AUXILIARY PROGRAMS:
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9. STATUS
Package ID Status date Status
CCC-0451/01 19-JUN-1986 Tested at NEADB
CCC-0451/03 02-MAR-1993 Tested at NEADB
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10. REFERENCES

- G.T. Yeh:
  FEMWATER: A Finite Element Model of WATER Flow through Saturated-
  Unsaturated Porous Media - First Revision
  ORNL-5567/R1 (August 1987)
- G.T. Yeh:
  3DFEMWATER: A Three-Dimensional Finite Element Model of WATER
  Flow Through Saturated-Unsaturated Media
  ORNL-6386 (August 1987)
CCC-0451/01, included references:
- Comments on the CCC-451/FEMWASTE/FEMWATER Documentation.
  (June 1984)
- G.T. Yeh and D.S. Ward:
  FEMWASTE: A Finite-Element Model of WASTE Transport Through Porous
  Saturated-Unsaturated Media.
  ORNL-5601  (April 1981)
- G.T. Yeh:
  Training Course No. 2: The Implementation of FEMWASTE Computer
  Program.
  NUREG/CR-2706 (ORNL/TM-8328) (Nov. 1982)
- G.T. Yeh and D.S. Ward:
  FEMWATER: A Finite-Element Model of WATER Flow Through Saturated
  Unsaturated Porous Media.
  ORNL-5567  (October 1980)
- G.T. Yeh:
  Training Course No. 1: The Implementation of FEMWATER Computer
  Program.
  NUREG/CR-2705 (ORNL/TM-8327) (June 1982)
CCC-0451/03, included references:
- Comments on the CCC-451/FEMWASTE/FEMWATER Documentation
  (June 1984).
- G.T. Yeh and D.S. Ward:
  FEMWASTE: A Finite-Element Model of WASTE Transport Through Porous
  Saturated-Unsaturated Media
  ORNL-5601  (April 1981).
- G.T. Yeh:
  Training Course No. 2: The Implementation of FEMWASTE Computer
  Program
  NUREG/CR-2706 (ORNL/TM-8328) (Nov. 1982).
- G.T. Yeh and D.S. Ward:
  FEMWATER: A Finite-Element Model of WATER Flow Through Saturated
  Unsaturated Porous Media
  ORNL-5567  (October 1980).
- G.T. Yeh:
  Training Course No. 1: The Implementation of FEMWATER Computer
  Program
  NUREG/CR-2705 (ORNL/TM-8327) (June 1982).
- G.T. Yen and D.S. Ward:
  FEMWATER User Manual for PC MSDOS Version
  ORNL-5567 (modified pages only 11/91).
- G.T. Yen and D.S. Ward:
  FEMWASTE User Manual for PC MSDOS Version
  ORNL-5601 (modified pages only 11/91).
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11. MACHINE REQUIREMENTS:
CCC-0451/03
DELL 320LX 80386/SX desktop computer with 80387 co-processor.
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12. PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE(S) USED
Package ID Computer language
CCC-0451/01 FORTRAN-IV
CCC-0451/03 FORTRAN
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13. OPERATING SYSTEM UNDER WHICH PROGRAM IS EXECUTED:
CCC-0451/03
MS-DOS 4.01 and Lahey/Ergo OS/386 DOS Extender Operating System Version 2.1.06 with Lahey F77L/EM/32 extended memory Fortran compiler Version 4.02.
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14. OTHER PROGRAMMING OR OPERATING INFORMATION OR RESTRICTIONS:
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15. NAME AND ESTABLISHMENT OF AUTHORS

Developed by:      Nuclear Regulatory Commission
                   Washington, D.C., U. S. A.
          and      Oak Ridge National Laboratory
                   Oak Ridge, Tennessee, U. S. A.

Contributed by:    Radiation Safety Information Computational Center
                   Oak Ridge National Laboratory
                   Oak Ridge, Tennessee, U. S. A.
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16. MATERIAL AVAILABLE
CCC-0451/01
File name File description Records
CCC0451_01.001 Information file 73
CCC0451_01.002 JCL 26
CCC0451_01.003 FEMWASTE source program 2274
CCC0451_01.004 FEMWASTE sample problem 1 15
CCC0451_01.005 FEMWASTE sample problem 2 27
CCC0451_01.006 FEMWASTE sample problem 3 39
CCC0451_01.007 FEMWATER source program 2768
CCC0451_01.008 FEMWATER sample problem 1 94
CCC0451_01.009 FEMWATER sample problem 2 638
CCC0451_01.010 FEMWATER sample problem 3 574
CCC0451_01.011 FEMWATER sample problem 1 not tested 94
CCC0451_01.012 FEMWATER sample problem 2 not tested 638
CCC0451_01.013 FEMWATER sample problem 3 not tested 633
CCC0451_01.014 FEMWASTE sample output 1 965
CCC0451_01.015 FEMWASTE sample output 2 1878
CCC0451_01.016 FEMWASTE sample output 3 1562
CCC0451_01.017 FEMWATER sample output 1 1127
CCC0451_01.018 FEMWATER sample output 2 2254
CCC0451_01.019 FEMWATER sample output 3 2058
CCC-0451/03
File name File description Records
CCC0451_03.001 Information file 90
CCC0451_03.002 Command file to comp FEMWATER and FEMWASTE 10
CCC0451_03.003 Command file to link FEMWATER and FEMWASTE 10
CCC0451_03.004 Command file to bind FEMWATER 6
CCC0451_03.005 Command file to bind FEMWASTE 6
CCC0451_03.006 FEMWATER response file 4
CCC0451_03.007 FEMWASTE response file 4
CCC0451_03.008 FEMWATER Sample input 1 111
CCC0451_03.009 FEMWATER Sample input 2 658
CCC0451_03.010 FEMWATER Sample input 3 594
CCC0451_03.011 FEMWATER Sample input 4 111
CCC0451_03.012 FEMWATER Sample input 5 659
CCC0451_03.013 FEMWATER Sample input 6 658
CCC0451_03.014 FEMWATER Source file 2917
CCC0451_03.015 FEMWATER Sample output 1 1128
CCC0451_03.016 FEMWATER Sample output 2 2255
CCC0451_03.017 FEMWATER Sample output 3 2059
CCC0451_03.018 FEMWATER Sample output 4 1128
CCC0451_03.019 FEMWATER Executable file 0
CCC0451_03.020 FEMWASTE Sample input 1 27
CCC0451_03.021 FEMWASTE Sample input 2 38
CCC0451_03.022 FEMWASTE Sample input 3 49
CCC0451_03.023 FEMWASTE Source file 2430
CCC0451_03.024 FEMWASTE Sample output 1 966
CCC0451_03.025 FEMWASTE Sample output 2 1727
CCC0451_03.026 FEMWASTE Sample output 3 1563
CCC0451_03.027 FEMWASTE Executable file 0
CCC0451_03.028 DOS file-names 27
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17. CATEGORIES
  • R. Environmental and Earth Sciences

Keywords: dispersions, flow models, liquid wastes, porous materials, two-dimensional.