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Simulation of open pit flooding by incorporating non-linear boundary conditions in 3D hydrogeological models

In this work, open pit flooding has been simulated using COMSOL Multiphysics, a well-known commercial FEM platform. In the implemented model the height of the lake depends on the relationships between the groundwater water inflow rate of the lake, the elevation of the spillway, the water volume of the lake as a function of the height of the water and the evaporation rate. In its turn, the height of the lake variable is used as a Dirichlet boundary condition at the bottom of the open pit in a realistic hydrogeological large scale 3D aquifer. Authors: Salvador Jordana, Albert Nardi, Jorge Molinero. Published by InfoMine Inc. 2013.
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