One-, two-, and three-dimensional root water uptake functions for transient modeling

@article{Vrugt2001OneTA,
  title={One-, two-, and three-dimensional root water uptake functions for transient modeling},
  author={J. Vrugt and M. Wijk and J. Hopmans and J. Simunek},
  journal={Fluid Phase Equilibria},
  year={2001}
}
  • J. Vrugt, M. Wijk, +1 author J. Simunek
  • Published 2001
  • Geology, Chemistry
  • Fluid Phase Equilibria
  • Although solutions of multidimensional transient water flow can be obtained by numerical modeling, their application may be limited as root water uptake is generally considered to be one- or two-dimensional only. This is especially the case for trees. The first objective of this paper is to test the suitability of a three-dimensional root water uptake model for the simultaneous simulation of transient soil water flow around an almond tree. The soil hydraulic and root water uptake parameters… CONTINUE READING

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