This course is intended for hydro(geo)logists who already have experience with Python and is aimed at practitioners and researchers who want to use Python to create groundwater models. It will aid you in consolidating your knowledge of groundwater hydraulics and provide you with a set of ready-to-use Python scripts that can easily be adapted for other flow problems.
Mathematical models are an essential part of a hydrologist’s daily life. This course shows how you can use the immensely popular and powerful programming language Python to develop powerful analytical models. Solutions for flow problems in confined, unconfined and coastal aquifers will be provided, which may be steady state or transient. Problems involving wells, rivers and streams will also be covered.
Part 1 | Tuesday 13th September
Part 2 | Tuesday 20th September
Part 3 | Tuesday 27th September
All sessions will be held 3:00pm – 5:00pm (Sydney Time, 2 hours per session)
You will gain an understanding of programing analytical solutions in Python and: