Comparison of meshless MFS and CVBEM computational methods in analysis of groundwater flow pathways
Saleem Ali1, Sebastian Neumann1, T. V.
Hromadka, II2, B. Wilkins3
Cadet, Dept Mathematical Sciences, USMA, West Point, NY1
Distinguished Professor, USMA, West Point, NY2
Introduction and Methodology
Computational methods to solve groundwater contamination problems continue to be of high interest to engineers and planners, among others. An important problem is identifying the source of contamination within a cluster of candidate sources. A key question is which candidate source(s) are the actual point source of the subject contamination.
About the author
Saleem Ali is a mathematical sciences major at the United States Military Academy, who is majoring in mathematical sciences. His research experience includes the computational modeling of ideal fluid flow and studying the effects of time dilation in balloon satellite flight.