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ASTM D5610

Standard Guide for Defining Initial Conditions in Ground-Water Flow Modeling

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Organization: ASTM
Publication Date: 15 September 1994
Status: inactive
Page Count: 2
ICS Code (Water of natural resources): 13.060.10
ICS Code (Geology. Meteorology. Hydrology): 07.060
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1. Scope

1.1 This guide covers techniques and procedures used in defining initial conditions for modeling saturated ground-water flow. The specification of initial conditions is an essential part of conceptualizing and modeling ground-water systems.

Document History

September 15, 1994
Standard Guide for Defining Initial Conditions in Groundwater Flow Modeling
This guide covers techniques and procedures used in defining initial conditions for modeling saturated groundwater flow. The specification of initial conditions is an essential part of...
September 15, 1994
Standard Guide for Defining Initial Conditions in Ground-Water Flow Modeling
This guide covers techniques and procedures used in defining initial conditions for modeling saturated ground-water flow. The specification of initial conditions is an essential part of...
ASTM D5610
September 15, 1994
Standard Guide for Defining Initial Conditions in Ground-Water Flow Modeling
1. Scope 1.1 This guide covers techniques and procedures used in defining initial conditions for modeling saturated ground-water flow. The specification of initial conditions is an essential part of...
September 15, 1994
Standard Guide for Defining Initial Conditions in Ground-Water Flow Modeling
This guide covers techniques and procedures used in defining initial conditions for modeling saturated ground-water flow. The specification of initial conditions is an essential part of...

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