Project Briefs
Hydrological Services


Contact Information

Robert Lenhard, Ph.D.
Program Manager
(210) 522-6418
rlenhard@swri.org

 

image of particle trajectories in a channel with staggered obstacles.

Particle trajectories in a channel with staggered obstacles. Contours represent flow field. View the video


image of particle (small black dots) trajectories in a fractured porous medium.

Particle (small black dots) trajectories in a fractured porous medium. Particle attachment on grains (large white dots) is active. Contours represent flow field. View the video.

Project briefs for hydrological services at Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) include:

Related Terminology

infiltration and recharge  •  runoff and overland flow  •  soil physics and multiphase flow  •  coupled and interfacial processes  •  aquifer characterization  •  karst and carbonate rock  •  salt water intrusion  •  matrix-fracture interaction  •  colloid facilitated transport  •  thermal flow  •  instrument averaging volume  •  sensitivity analysis

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04/15/14