R&D 100 Award for Crunchflow, Druhan

Posted on 11.21.2017
Crunchflow model of groundwater flow and reactions

Crunchflow, a powerful and multi-functional software package for modeling groundwater flow, solute transport, and subsurface chemical reactions, has received a prestigious R&D 100 award from R&D Magazine. Crunchflow has been created and maintain by lead developer Dr. Carl Steefel at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; Prof. Jenny Druhan is a co-developer, having created routines to enable modeling of isotope ratios.

R&D Magazine‘s R&D 100 Awards, established 55 years ago, recognize 100 technologies and services introduced in the previous year deemed most significant by an independent panel of judges.

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