By G. Gambolati, G. Verri (eds.)
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A new solution strategy of the resulting algebraic equations is suggested to overcome non-linearity in the aquitards. The global nonlinear system is decoupled into a number of smaller subsystems, which are consistent with the geologic structure of the multiaquifer system and are ideally suited for updating the nonlinear hydrologic parameters in the aquitards. The aquifer and the aquitard equations are solved separately with the modified conjugate gradient (MCG) and the Thomas algorithms, respectively, while the final coupled solution is obtained with an iterative procedure.
Arge, from eq. (20) we have: e(k+l) e(k) le(k+l) I ~- A~+ldlvl IH-lr(k+l) I A~d1v1 IA~+ld1H- 1 v1l IH-lr(k)l IA1d1H-lvll =lAll= p(E) Block Iterative Strategies for Multiaquifer Flow Models 43 REFERENCES 1. Herrera, I. and G. E. Figueroa Vega, A correspondence principle for the theory of leaky aquifers, Water Resour. Res. 5, 900-904, 1969. 2. , Theory ofmultiple leaky aquifers, Water Resour. Res. 6, 185-193, 1970. 3. Herrera, I. and R. Yates, Integrodifferential equations for systems of leaky aquifers and applications, 3, A numerical method ofunlimited applicability, Water Resour.
The convergence properties of MCG as applied to solve the global system (with size s 1 , eqs. (12)) arealsodependent on G, although to a lesser extent (Figure 6a). arger than 10, the corresponding MCG ratio is less than 2. When MCG is used in the "decoupled" strategy to solve the aquifer blocks (with size s 2 ), convergence occurs as is displayed in Figure 6b. lt is interesting to notice that the MCG iterations needed to solve the aquifer and the global equations increase approximately from 20 to 40 (Figure 6) while the size of the corresponding systems grows from 169 to 9464 (Table 1).
Advanced Methods for Groundwater Pollution Control by G. Gambolati, G. Verri (eds.)