HYDRUS

HYDRUS is a software package for simulating water, heat, and solute movement in two- and three-dimensional variably saturated media. The software package consists of a computational computer program and an interactive graphics-based user interface. A brief description of HYDRUS is given in the Introduction and Program Description. More detailed information is given in the User and Technical Manuals.


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  2. Ojha, Richa; Govindaraju, Rao S.: A physical scaling model for aggregation and disaggregation of field-scale surface soil moisture dynamics (2015)
  3. Winstanley, H. F.; Fowler, A. C.: Biomat development in soil treatment units for on-site wastewater treatment (2013)
  4. Norambuena-Contreras, J.; Arbat, G.; Nieto, P. J. GarcĂ­a; Castro-Fresno, D.: Nonlinear numerical simulation of rainwater infiltration through road embankments by FEM (2012)
  5. Zambra, C. E.; Dumbser, M.; Toro, E. F.; Moraga, N. O.: A novel numerical method of high-order accuracy for flow in unsaturated porous media (2012)
  6. Tian, FuQiang; Gao, Long; Hu, HePing: A two-dimensional Richards equation solver based on CVODE for variably saturated soil water movement (2011)
  7. Kumar, R. Praveen; Dodagoudar, G. R.: Meshfree analysis of two-dimensional contaminant transport through unsaturated porous media using EFGM (2010)
  8. Lazarovitch, N.; Poulton, M.; Furman, A.; Warrick, A. W.: Water distribution under trickle irrigation predicted using artificial neural networks (2009)
  9. McBride, D.; Cross, M.; Croft, N.; Bennett, C.; Gebhardt, J.: Computational modelling of variably saturated flow in porous media with complex three-dimensional geometries (2006)
  10. Vrankar, L.; Turk, G.; Runovc, F.: Verification of meshless methods in transport modelling of radionuclide migration through the porous media (2006)