ChemFlux


ChemFlux






ChemFlux 2D Introduction


ChemFlux 2D represents the next level in contaminant transport modeling. Designed to be simple and effective, the software offers features designed to allow the user to focus on contaminant transport solutions, not convergence problems or difficult mesh creation.

Great care has been taken to model our geometry CAD-style input after the popular AutoCAD software. Free-form boundary equations and an optional soil database of over 6000 soils to choose from further simplify model design.

The finite element solution makes use of fully automatic mesh generation and mesh refinement to solve the problem quickly as well as indicating zones of critical gradient.

The adaptive mesh refinement abilities of ChemFlux allow the user to specify mesh refinement that follows the front of the contaminant. The mesh then relaxes dynamically as need be to optimize solution time.

ChemFlux 2D Key Features:

AutoCAD-style CAD input
Model advection, diffusion, absorption and decay
Fully automatic mesh generation
Fully automatic mesh refinement
Fully automatic time-step refinement for transient problems
Mesh refinement may be specified to follow the contaminant front
Model movement of contaminants in the saturated and unsaturated zone
Reduction in convergence problems over conventional software




ChemFlux 3D Introduction

ChemFlux 3D represents the ultimate in the 3D modeling of saturated and unsaturated contaminant transport flow. Our simple AutoCAD-style CAD input module allows for creation of your model as a series of surfaces and layers. Soil properties may be input from laboratory data or selected from our database of laboratory data on over 6000 soils.

Once the model is input, our powerful finite element solver will take over. Mesh generation and refinement is fully automatic allowing you to focus on the solution and not on convergence problems.

Visualize the results of your analysis as contour plots of pressure or head as 2D slices through your problem. Move up to our visualization module for advanced plots including pathlines, transparency, cut-aways, isosurfaces, and animation.

The adaptive mesh refinement abilities of ChemFlux allow the user to specify mesh refinement that follows the front of the contaminant. The mesh then relaxes dynamically as need be to optimize solution time.

ChemFlux 3D Key Features:

Model advection, diffusion, adsorption and decay
AutoCAD-style CAD input
Model movement of contaminants in the saturated and unsaturated zone
Fully automatic mesh generation
Fully automatic mesh refinement
Fully automatic time-step refinement for transient problems
Mesh refinement may be specified to follow the contaminant front
Reduction in convergence problems over conventional software