This benchmark features an Henry-like variable-density flow and transport setup that evaluates saltwater intrusion on laboratory scale. The original benchmark was published by Goswami & Clement (2007); OpenGeoSys5 has been verified for all steady and transient states of the original benchmark (see Kolditz et al., 2012).
For the setup and parameterization, see the chapter “Density dependent flow - The Goswami Problem” in Kolditz et al. (2012).
The Goswami-Clement benchmark is based on experiment observations for intruding and receding saltwater in a laboratory-scale sand tank. Here, we compare numerical results of ogs6 to the original observation data.
An example for the intruding salt front is shown below. The numerical results of OGS-6 coincide with those of OGS-5.Project file on GitLab
A comparison of numerical and laboratory data is shown in the figure below. The numerical results of ogs6 coincide with those of OGS5 and likewise with the laboratory observations.
Goswami, R.R., Clement, T.P., 2007. Laboratory-scale investigation of saltwater intrusion dynamics. Water Resour. Res. 43, 1–11. doi:10.1029/2006WR005151.
Kolditz, O., Görke, U.-J., Shao, H., Wang, W., 2012. Thermo-Hydro-Mechanical-Chemical Processes in Porous Media: Benchmarks and Examples, Lecture notes in computational science and engineering. Springer. ISBN: 3642271766.
This article was written by Jasper Bathmann, Marc Walther. If you are missing something or you find an error please let us know.
Generated with Hugo 0.79.0. Last revision: December 25, 2020
Commit: [A/U/MGT] VerticalSliceFromLayers: Subst. DenseMatrix by Eigen::Matrix3d. 1e6b4ee05 | Edit this page on