> Sorry for the bother, I'm just a little dense when it comes to the advection/transport areas. Is it possible to using Advection to have two "parrallel" columns and then mix their output solutions? Is it possible by using the Save Solution m-n and then mixing the saved output solutions from each column? I'd appreciate any insights you might have. Thank you. You can probably do it, but it might be a little tricky. You would not want to save solution m-n because that would put the same solution in cells m-n. I think you might do it by having a column that was a bit more than twice as long as the column plus a few cells. It would be divided say 1-n and (n+2) - (2n +1). The n cell would be the result of one column and the 2n+1 would be the result of the other column. You would have to use MIX to cause the n+1 cell to be the solution that you want to infiltrate column 2, and MIX also for 2n+2 to mix cell n with cell 2n+1. I think it would work, but PHREEQC is not really designed to make it easy. David David Parkhurst (dlpark@xxxxxxxx) U.S. Geological Survey Box 25046, MS 413 Denver Federal Center Denver, CO 80225 Project web page: https://wwwbrr.cr.usgs.gov/projects/GWC_coupled
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