## A combination of the boundary integral equation method and the finite element method for the analysis of 2-dimensional groundwater problems |

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4.4 The Sudden aquifer BIEM region Boundary CD Fig boundary conditions Boundary Integral Equation capillary pressure coefficient matrices confined Darcy/non-Darcy flow coupled Cutoff Wall Problem Darcy flow Darcy's law efficient equation 2.4 equation 3.6 expressed FEM FEB FEM FEBI BIEM FEM FEBIl FEBI2 FEM is applied finite difference method finite difference results Finite Element Method flow problems flow through porous fluid mechanics Free Surface Elevations governing equation groundwater hydraulic conductivity hydraulic gradient Integral Equation Method itera Laplace's equation linear algebraic linear algebraic equations Linear Equations linear region matrix inversion non-Darcy flow non-Darcy Regions non-symmetric number of nodes numerical Outflow Rate parameters piezometric head porous media Recharge Problem Rubin's Model saturated flow solu solution domain Solution of H solved Sudden Drawdown Problem symmetric BIEM symmetric matrix System of Linear Table thesis tions total number transient saturated-unsaturated flow two-dimensional unsaturated values of H velocity Verma 60