Stanford CEE 373 - Modeling concepts, scales and approaches (17 pages)

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Cee 373 - Modeling Aqueous Chemical Environments

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Modeling concepts scales and approaches CEE 373 Build a Model Conceptually INPUT WHITE BOX Define Scope Initial conditions Boundary conditions Granularity OUTPUT The Working Model INPUT BLACK BOX Defined Scope Initial conditions Boundary conditions Granularity Governing equations OUTPUT Environmental Compartments and Processes How do you organize the knowledge to start working with a model Set scope of compartments and processes Interconnect compartments Set system conditions Environmental Compartments and Processes Compartment Transport Transformation Air Meteorological transport Diffusion and dispersion Precipitation and fallout Photolysis Oxidation Water Sorption Volatilization Bio Uptake Photolysis Hydrolysis Oxidation Metabolism biodegradation Soil Sorption and sediments Runoff Volatilization Leaching Bio Uptake Hydrolysis Oxidation Photolysis Reduction Metabolism biodegradation Connell and Miller 1984 Environmental Compartments and Processes Connell and Miller 1984 Model environments McCall et al 1983 Model environments McCall et al 1983 Model environments Scales Bench scale Scales Microcosm Scales Field Scale Scales Regional Scale Scales Geologic Types of Chemical Models Zhu Anderson 2002 Speciation solubility Reaction path Inverse mass balance Coupled mass transport Another list Equilibrium Speciation Quasi equilibrium solubility Process equilibrium Process rate limited Transport Types of Chemical Models Equilibrium Speciation Scope is Local Quasi equilibrium solubility Super saturation Crystallinity Efflorescence Settling Coprecipitation Process equilibrium Changing condition s Process rate limited Consecutive Rxns Competing Rxns Transport Non reactive Reactive Roadmap SANDBOX IMPLEMENTATION IMPLEMENTATION Modeling concepts scales and approaches Examination of Equilibrium based Code Visualization Interface Design and Usability SANDBOX IMPLEMENTATION READINESS Programming languages software engineering numerical methods Examination of Reaction Rate based



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