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Define Hydraulic (Transient)

If the Groundwater Method = Transient (Finite Element Analysis) then the Define Hydraulic Properties option allows you to define the permeability characteristics of materials for transient groundwater seepage analysis. Material permeability is required by the finite element analysis in order to solve the seepage problem (i.e. determine the flow and pore pressure distribution throughout the model).

The hydraulic material parameters for transient analysis are identical to those described for steady-state seepage analysis, with the following additional input parameters:

  • WC saturated
  • WC residual
  • mv
  • Water Content / Matric Suction function

For details on all other hydraulic material parameters see the Define Hydraulic (Steady State) topic.

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