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  • Finite element modeling for assessment of seawater intrusion into coastal groundwater abstractions due to seawater level rise in Thai Binh province.pdf.jpg
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  • Authors: Nguyen, Van Hoang; Nguyen, Phu Duyen; Tran, Van Hung; Le, Quang Dao; Doan, Anh Tuan (2011)

  • Thai Binh province is the most intensively impacted by sea water level rise (SLR). It definitely causes more intensive seawater intrusion into the groundwater abstraction facilities near the coastal line. Finite element modeling of groundwater flow and seawater intrusion by advection-dispersion had been carried out for one coastal groundwater pumping field of Thuy An commune-Thai Thuy district. Seawater intrusion patterns have been obtained by the modeling technique for the present sea water level and three scenarios of SLR. For the present sea water level, the time for which the seawater intrusion with concentration of 0.66g/l reaches the pumping well is estimated to be...

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  • Authors: Nguyen, Van Loi; Le, Quang Dao; Dong, Thu Van; Pham, Lan Hoa; Le, Thanh Tung (2017)

  • Rainfall intensity, duration and frequency of 24 consecutive hours or longer (48h, 72h, 96h) are very essential for the assessment of flood risk and the design of the reservoirs and dams in Huong Khe district, Ha Tinh province. The analysis of flood-causing rainfall and the actual floods from 1990 to 2012 has shown that floods usually occur when: a) 24-hour continuous rainfall reacheds 710.6mm or more; b) Heavy rains which lasted longer than 24 hours and reached 548.9mm/24h to 630.2mm/48h or more; c) Heavy rains lasted from 72 hours to 96 hours and reached from 534.5mm/72h to 575.6mm/96h. The following conclusions have been drawn from analysis results of development of the empirical a...

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  • Finite element modeling for assessment of seawater intrusion into coastal groundwater abstractions due to seawater level rise in Thai Binh province.pdf.jpg
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  • Authors: Nguyen, Van Hoang; Nguyen, Phu Duyen; Tran, Van Hung; Le, Quang Dao; Doan, Anh Tuan (2011)

  • Thai Binh province is the most intensively impacted by sea water level rise (SLR). It definitely causes more intensive seawater intrusion into the groundwater abstraction facilities near the coastal line. Finite element modeling of groundwater flow and seawater intrusion by advection-dispersion had been carried out for one coastal groundwater pumping field of Thuy An commune-Thai Thuy district. Seawater intrusion patterns have been obtained by the modeling technique for the present sea water level and three scenarios of SLR. For the present sea water level, the time for which the seawater intrusion with concentration of 0.66g/l reaches the pumping well is estimated to be...

  • e33.2.6.pdf.jpg
  • Article


  • Authors: Nguyen, Van Loi; Le, Quang Dao; Dong, Thu Van; Pham, Lan Hoa; Le, Thanh Tung (2017)

  • Rainfall intensity, duration and frequency of 24 consecutive hours or longer (48h, 72h, 96h) are very essential for the assessment of flood risk and the design of the reservoirs and dams in Huong Khe district, Ha Tinh province. The analysis of flood-causing rainfall and the actual floods from 1990 to 2012 has shown that floods usually occur when: a) 24-hour continuous rainfall reacheds 710.6mm or more; b) Heavy rains which lasted longer than 24 hours and reached 548.9mm/24h to 630.2mm/48h or more; c) Heavy rains lasted from 72 hours to 96 hours and reached from 534.5mm/72h to 575.6mm/96h. The following conclusions have been drawn from analysis results of development of the empirical a...