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Schlumberger Water Services launches Visual MODFLOW Flex


May 8, 2012
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May 8, 2012, Kitchener, ON – Schlumberger Water Services (SWS) released of Visual
MODFLOW Flex (VMOD Flex), the next generation of ground water flow,
heat and contaminant transport modeling software for ground water
professionals.

May 8, 2012, Kitchener, ON – Schlumberger Water Services (SWS) released of Visual
MODFLOW Flex (VMOD Flex), the next generation of ground water flow,
heat and contaminant transport modeling software for ground water
professionals. Visual MODFLOW Flex improves modelling efficiency by
integrating 3D hydrogeologic conceptual modeling and industry standard
numeric engines in a single, easy-to-use software environment.

 
With VMOD Flex, groundwater professionals are now able to:
 
  • Conceptualize
    the ground water system, prior to the simulation.
    The geological formations, property model and boundary conditions are
    all designed outside the numerical grid; this provides users the
    flexibility to adjust the interpretation of the groundwater
    system before applying the numerical grid and converting to a numerical
    model.
  • Build the model with minimal data pre-processing. Users can now maximize the use of existing grid-independent GIS data
    and incorporate physical geology and geographic conditions before
    designing the grid.
  • Simulate regional and local-scaled models.
    Support for MODFLOW-LGR allows users to refine the grid around multiple
    areas of interest for running local scale simulations within a larger
    regional scale model.
  • Build and run larger, more complex models – Users
    can now leverage the power of 64-bit computers to build larger, more
    complex models and run simulations significantly faster.
  • Manage multiple models more efficiently. Within a single project, multiple models can be generated in parallel
    for making direct comparisons and evaluating alternative hydrogeologic
    interpretations.
  • Compare and evaluate multiple grid types. With
    a complete selection of finite difference grid types, users have the
    freedom to choose a grid type that best accommodates the geologic
    structures for the most reliable and stable simulation.
 
Visit www.swstechnology.com for more information.

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