Comparison of transport simulations and equivalent dispersion coefficients in heterogeneous media generated by different numerical methods: A genesis model and a simple geostatistical sequential Gaussian simulator

@inproceedings{Teles2006ComparisonOT,
  title={Comparison of transport simulations and equivalent dispersion coefficients in heterogeneous media generated by different numerical methods: A genesis model and a simple geostatistical sequential Gaussian simulator},
  author={Vanessa Teles and Frederick Delay and Ghislain de Marsily},
  year={2006}
}
This article presents a genesis method for characterizing heterogeneous media representing alluvial deposits. This method simulates the main steps of the medium genesis for meandering, braided, and incising streams and generates facies, which are then translated into hydraulic conductivities to simulate fl ow and transport. In order to compare this “genetic” model with other methods commonly used to characterize heterogeneous media, a basic sequential Gaussian indicator method was applied to… CONTINUE READING

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