By G. Gambolati, G. Verri (eds.)

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Instead, the LU factorization of ]( is used, and sparsity-preserving recursion expressions thilt calculate directly the solution vector sm+ 1 are developed [24]. The rnain difficulty in the irnplernentation of these recursion formulae is that two vectors have tobe saved at each iteration. rge nurnber of iterations is required for convergence. This problern may be circumvented by the use of so-called lirnited rnemory quasi- Newton (LMQN) implementations, which are based on different restart strategies after a given number of iterations M has been completed.

Three sample circular multiaquifer systems are used to study the asymptotic rate of convergence of the SOR scheme and to compare the performance of the "coupled" and the new "decoupled" solving strategies. The systems are composed of 2 aquifers and 1 intervening aquitard (system A), 6 aquifers and 5 aquitards (system B), 11 aquifers and 10 aquitards (system C). The aquifers are discretized into the same grid with 324 triangles and 169 nodes and each vertical aquitard column into 6 (test case 1) and 11 (test case 2) linear elements, with 5 and 10 interior nodes, respectively.

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