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HYDRUS模型应用高级培训班》已经在中国成功举办七届,本培训的主讲人都是HYDRUS软件的主要开发人员,美国加州大学滨河分校Jirka Simunek教授和比利时核研究中心环境、健康与安全 研究所的Diederik Jacques博士。今年由于疫情原因,无法开展线下培训,因此我们决定于2021年9月13-17日在网上开展为期五天的培训。



Instructor of the HYDRUS short Course

Dr. Jirka Simunek is a Professor of Hydrology with the Department of Environmental Sciences of the University of California. He received an M.S. in Civil Engineering from the Czech Technical University, Prague, Czech Republic, & a Ph.D. in Water Management from the Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague. His expertise is in numerical modeling of subsurface water flow & solute transport processes, equilibrium & nonequilibrium chemical transport, multicomponent major ion chemistry, field-scale spatial variability, & inverse procedures for estimating the hydraulic properties of unsaturated porous media. He has authored & coauthored numerous peer-reviewed publications & book chapters, & several books. His numeric models are popularly used by many scientists, students, & practitioners modeling water flow, chemical movement, & heat transport through variably saturated soils & groundwater. Dr. Simunek is a recipient of the Soil Science Society of America’s Don & Betty Kirkham Soil Physics Award, is a Fellow of both SSSA & AGU, & is or was an associate editor of several journals including Vadose Zone Hydrology, the Journal of Hydrology, & Water Resources Research.

Instructor of the HPx short Course

Dr. Diederik Jacques is Head of the Engineered & Geosystems Analysis (EGA) unit of the Institute of Environment, Health & Safety (EHS) of the Belgian Nuclear Research Centre (SCK?CEN) in Mol, Belgium. He received a B.S. & M.S. in Bio-engineering la‘nd & forest management, a Master of Statistics, & a Ph.D. in soil physics, all from the Catholique University of Leuven, Belgium. His expertise is in modeling water flow & solute transport in unsaturated porous media including characterizing spatial variability & estimating parameters. His current focus is on coupling unsaturated water flow, solute transport & geochemical reactions, including the development & testing of the coupled code HPx, application to (long-term) solute transport in soils & interaction between different systems (clay-concrete & or soil-concrete). He is involved in safety & performance analyses of surface & deep geological waste disposal sites, & radiological site & environmental remediation, including supporting calculations using reactive transport models. He has published widely on all of these topics. 


September 13-15, 2021

The course begins with a detailed conceptual & mathematical description of water flow & solute transport processes in the vadose zone. Special attention is given to the highly nonlinear nature of the governing flow equation. Alternative methods for describing & modeling the hydraulic functions of unsaturated porous media are also described. "H'a'nds-on" computer sessions will provide participants an opportunity to become familiar with the Windows-based HYDRUS-1D & HYDRUS (2D/3D) software packages. Emphasis will be on the preparation of input data for a variety of applications, including flow & transport in a vadose zone of a one-dimensional soil profile & a two-dimensional transport domain with a subsurface drip irrigation. Calibration will be discussed & demonstrated by means of a one-dimensional inverse problem.


September 16-17, 2021

A detailed conceptual & mathematical description of thermodynamic equilibrium & reactive transport modeling approaches, mostly those related specifically to HPx, will be given during the first part of the course. Ha'nds-on computer sessions will then provide participants an opportunity to become familiar with the geochemical codes PHREEQC-3 & HPx (HYDRUS coupled with PHREEQC). Emphasis will be on preparation of input data for a variety of applications, & interpretation of simulation results.


 Day 1: Morning (7:00 - 10:00), with focus on HYDRUS-1D

Lecture 1:Vadose zone flow & transport modeling: An overview.

Lecture 2: The HYDRUS-1D software for simulating one-dimensional variably-saturated water flow & solute transport.

Computer session 1: HYDRUS-1D: Infiltration of water into a one-dimensional soil profile.

Day 1: Afternoon (11:00 - 14:00)

Lecture 3:On the characterization & measurement of the hydraulic properties of unsaturated porous media.

Lecture 4:Application of the finite element method to variably-saturated water flow & solute transport.

Computer session 2: HYDRUS-1D: Annual water flow & solute transport in a layered soil profile.

Lecture 5: Introduction to inverse modeling; application of HYDRUS-1D to laboratory & field experiments.

Day 2: Morning (7:00 - 10:00), with focus on HYDRUS (2D/3D)

Lecture 6: HYDRUS (2D/3D) software for simulating two- & three-dimensional variably-saturated water flow & solute transport, Version 3. Domain Types.

Computer session 3: HYDRUS (2D/3D): Subsurface line source.

Day 2: Afternoon (11:00 - 14:00)

Computer session 4: HYDRUS (2D/3D): HYDRUS (2D/3D): Furrow infiltration with a solute pulse.

Computer session 5: HYDRUS (2D/3D): Flow & transport in a transect to a stream.

Computer session 6: HYDRUS (2D/3D): Three-Dimensional Water Flow & Solute Transport.

Day 3: Morning (7:00 - 10:00), with focus on special HYDRUS modules, such as UNSATCHEM

Lecture 7: Preferential & nonequilibrium flow & transport.

Computer session 7: HYDRUS-1D: Nonequilibrium flow & transport.

Lecture 8: Coupled movement of water, vapor, & energy.

Computer session 8: HYDRUS-1D: Coupled movement of water, vapor, & energy.

Day 3: Afternoon (11:00 - 14:00)

Lecture 9: Overview of multicomponent biogeochemical transport modeling using the HYDRUS computer software packages, e.g., with the UNSATCHEM, HP1, & Wetla'nd Modules.

Computer session 9: HYDRUS-1D: Modeling Salinity with H1D.

Computer session 10: UNSATCHEM: Modeling Salinity with UNSATCHEM.

Lecture 10: Review of stan'dard & non-sta'ndard HYDRUS modules (e.g., HP1, UnsatChem, Wetla'nd, C-Ride, DualPerm, Slope Cube) & stan'dard applications.

Day 4: Afternoon (12:00 - 18:30), with focus on PREEQC/HPGeochemistry

Lecture 1:   Introduction & aqueous speciation modelling.

Computer session 1: Introduction HPGeochemistry graphical user interface.

Computer session 2: Speciation modelling.

Computer session 3: Reaction path modelling: Speciation & solubility.

Lecture 2:   Reactive transport in the vadose zone: Examples 7 approach.

                    Solid-liquid interaction - Minerals

Computer session 4: Reactive transport modelling: Setting up a HP1 project – Mineral dissolution/precipitation waves.

Day 5: Afternoon (13:00 - 19:30), with focus on PREEQC/HPGeochemistry & HP1

   Solid-liquid interaction – Ion exchange

Computer session 5: Speciation & reaction path modelling.

Computer session 6: Reactive transport modelling: Transport of major cations.

                                     Kinetics - Minerals

Computer session 7: Reaction path modelling: Mineral dissolution.

                                  Kinetics – Degradation in the aqueous phase

Computer session 8: Reaction path modelling: Monod kinetics.

Computer session 9: Reaction path & reactive transport modelling: First-order degradation network.

培训时间:2021年9月13-15日(7:00-10:00am; 11:00-2:00pm)


HYDRUS short course: September 13-15, 2021
8月10日前早鸟价 ¥3000元/人
8月10日后正常价 ¥3500元/人

HPx Short Course: September 16-17, 2021
8月10日前早鸟价 ¥1500元/人
8月10日后正常价 ¥1800元/人

Both HYDRUS & HPx Short Course,September 13-17, 2021
8月10日前早鸟价 ¥3900元/人
8月10日后正常价 ¥4600元/人

HYDRUS short course: September 13-15, 2021
8月10日前早鸟价 ¥2200元/人
8月10日后正常价 ¥2800元/人

HPx Short Course: September 16-17, 2021
8月10日前早鸟价 ¥1100元/人
8月10日后正常价 ¥1500元/人

Both HYDRUS & HPx Short Course,September 13-17, 2021
8月10日前早鸟价 ¥3000元/人
8月10日后正常价 ¥3500元/人

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