To analyse and quantify flow and transport processes in groundwater, the finite element model system FEFLOW from
DHI-WASY is preferred. According to the problem, adequately compiled steady state or transient groundwater flow models form a consistent basis
for the evaluation of flow paths and flow time. The flow model is the basis for further questions as well concerning mass or heat transport. It allows for the delineation of catchments, the
assessment of risk potentials or the estimation of consequences of interference by mankind, for example. In complex applications, coupling with groundwater recharge models, hydraulic models for surface water or water balance models can be used for further refinement.
Our groundwater models allow - where appropriate with the use of additional field data - the answers to questions like:
Example: Thermal influence of well heat injection in groundwater