Results from the multi-species benchmark problem 3 (BM3) using two-dimensional models.

@article{Noguera2004ResultsFT,
  title={Results from the multi-species benchmark problem 3 (BM3) using two-dimensional models.},
  author={Daniel R. Noguera and Cristian Picioreanu},
  journal={Water science and technology : a journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research},
  year={2004},
  volume={49 11-12},
  pages={169-76}
}
In addition to the one-dimensional solutions of a multi-species benchmark problem (BM3) presented earlier (Rittmann et al., 2004), we offer solutions using two-dimensional (2-D) models. Both 2-D models (called here DN and CP) used numerical solutions to BM3 based on a similar mathematical framework of the one-dimensional AQUASIM-built models submitted by Wanner (model W) and Morgenroth (model M1), described in detail elsewhere (Rittmann et al., 2004). The CP model used differential equations to… CONTINUE READING

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