Computer modeling provides a means to integrate temporal and spatial field data into a virtual realm that simulates geologic and hydrogeologic settings. It provides a powerful tool to conceptualize, design and predict physical movement of water and various constituents to accomplish client objectives. From various analytical or simple 1-Dimensional to complex 3-Dimenional numerical models, there is a range of tools available to model client sites.
Terran Corporation has an extensive portfolio of computer modeling projects involving a wide variety of geologic and hydrogeologic settings. Our experience with modeling projects includes industrial, commercial, government and small business clients.
Modeling products have included:
- Dewatering design and impact (mining and construction)
- Engineering corrective action design (injection, slurry walls, pump & treat, etc.)
- Fate & transport studies of contaminants (inorganic and organic constituents)
- Hydrogeologic studies (research, environmental, mining, construction)
- Aquifer sustainability studies
- Risk assessment exposure models
- Substructure flooding studies
- Well field potential exploration
- Well field design and impact studies
- Wellhead Protection Area studies
Some case study examples of Terran Corporation’s ground water modeling projects include:
- Arsenic and Chloride Fate and Transport Modeling for Water Supply Permitting, Dayton, Ohio (with AMEC, Inc.).
- Assessment of Aquifer Sustained Yield Potential in the Upper Little Miami River Watershed, Greene County, Ohio.
- Hydrogeologic Evaluation for Wellfield Development at Bioenergy Facility, Posey County, Indiana (with Earth Exploration, Inc.).
- Aquifer Evaluation and Ground Water Modeling for a New Water Supply near Enon, Ohio.
- Well Head Protection Area Study for City of Springfield, Ohio.
- Substructure Flooding Potential of the Great Miami River Aquifer, City of Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio.
- Construction Dewatering Study for the North Side Regional Trunk Sewer Project, City of Circleville, Ohio.
- Computer Modeling of Phytoremediation for Corrective Action Evaluation, Cambridge, Ohio.
Please contact Brent Huntsman or Kelly Smith at (937) 320-3601 to discuss your environmental computer modeling needs.