Reactive Transport Modeling with GMS
Application:Groundwater Transport Modeling
Virginia Tech University
Why SEAM3D with GMS?
GMS provides a custom interface to the SEAM3D model offering a simple way to set model parameters and a graphical user interface to run the model and visualize the results. Gather background data from a variety of sources from GIS to CAD and access online data from numerous databases of maps, images, and elevation data. GMS allows you to interact with models in true 3D taking advantage of optimized OpenGL graphics and to create photo-realistic renderings and animations for PowerPoint, print, and web presentations.
SEAM3D is a reactive transport model used to simulate complex biodegradation problems involving multiple substrates and multiple electron acceptors. It is based on the MT3DMS code. In addition to the regular MT3DMS modules, SEAM3D includes a Biodegradation package and NAPL Dissolution package. SEAM3D was developed by Mark Widdowson at Virginia Tech University.