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ARMOS: Areal Multhiphase Organic Simulator for Free Phase Hydrocarbon Migration and Recovery

ARMOS, the acronym for Areal Multiphase Organic Simulator, is a numerical model to simulate the flow of water and/or hydrocarbon in an unconfined aquifer. It can simulate leak events of specified rates, durations and locations to facilitate their analysis and plan for remediation. It may be used to evaluate travel path and travel times of hydrocarbons emitted by an accident, in order to optimally locate measurement or pumping wells. ARMOS has options to evaluate only the water flow (for instance to calibrate parameters) or both water and hydrocarbon flows.
The package contains a pre-processor for data preparation and mesh definition and a graphical post processor for result visulaization.

KEYWORDS

area: ground water
objectives: simulation, remediation plannig
description: water quality, hydrocarbon spills, accidental spills, unconfined aquifers, water flow, leaking

SOFTWARE AVAILABILITY

The software package can be purchased from:
Scientific Software Group
P.O. Box 23041
Washington, D.C.
20026-3041
Phone: 703-620.9214
Fax: 703-620.6793

or from

Environmental Systems & Technologies
2701 Ramble Road, Suite 2
Blacksburg VA 24060-6326 USA
Tel. 703/552-0685
Fax. 703/951-5307

AUTHORS

Environmental Systems & Technologies
2701 Ramble Road, Suite 2
Blacksburg VA 24060-6326 USA
Tel. 703/552-0685
Fax. 703/951-5307

REFERENCES

  • Armos User and Technical Guide - ES&T Software Ltd. 1988-1994.

 

 

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