Groundwater Flow Modeling
Model Code Development
Layne has developed new model code and modified existing code for the purposes of simplifying the modeling process or to provide solutions other models cannot. Scientists at Layne developed EPA's wellhead protection area delineation model: WhAEM. This analytic element model is being used throughout the country by state agencies and consultants.
Most recently we developed and patented a new groundwater program for flow in the vicinity of horizontal wells and Ranney® Collector Wells (patent pending). The collector well model is embedded in the TimML 3-D analytic element code to include the effects of regional groundwater flow as well as nearby surface waters. This tool allows Layne to provide optimal well siting and design specifications for large well systems and high-capacity collector wells.
WATER RESOURCES - Source-of-Supply Investigation in a Contaminated Aquifer
Layne conducted a regional groundwater study to investigate the ability of the Ozark Aquifer to sustain long-term... More »
WATER RESOURCES - Economical Treatment for Water Hardness
Layne conducted a regional groundwater demand analysis, developed a groundwater model capable of predicting the... More »
WATER RESOURCES - Supplying Water to US Troops
As military assets were deployed in remote regions of Afghanistan, Forward Operating Bases were established to... More »
WATER RESOURCES - Increasing Specific Capacity Through Well Rehabilitation
The City of Rockford, Illinois, needed to rehabilitate 11 of its 15 base wells due to a loss of specific capacity.... More »
WATER RESOURCES - Collector Well Yields under Varying Seasonal Conditions
Bismarck, North Dakota, was installing new collector wells along the Missouri River but wanted to understand the... More »