Hydrogeological modeling with Geomodelr

Learn how to create hydrogeological models with Geomodelr, even of the most complex geological settings and save lots of time by exporting them directly to Modflow and Model Muse to evaluate groundwater flow.


Basic understanding of Model Muse & Modflow is required.


Visualize and organize

Visualize and organize your geological data from the web using Geomodelr.

Easily Model

Easily model complex geological settings in 3D with Geomodelr

Export 3D geological models

Export 3D geological models in many formats including Modflow.

Import and assign

Import and assign boundary conditions to imported geological models using Model Muse.

Review results

Review groundwater modeling results.

About the Webinar Speakers

Ricardo Serrano

Ricardo Serrano


Ricardo has a Computer Engineering degree, and a Masters degree in Computational Mechanics with emphasis in Geological and Earthquake modeling. He’s the creator and CEO of Geomodelr.
Daniel Giraldo

Daniel Giraldo


Daniel is a Mathematician Engineer and MSc with experience in non-linear earthquakes, plasticity and now hydrogeological modeling. He has created Geomodelr’s hydrogeological module.

About Geomodelr

Geomodelr is the first web geological modeling platform, capable of generating solid 3D geological models of complex settings, from the first cross section. It can also model a conceptual hydrogeological model with as many layers and levels of complexity as it is required.

Modflow & ModelMuse

Modflow is the most used groundwater modeling package. It  solves problems of groundwater flow and transport of contaminants while ModelMuse is one of the many pre and post processors used in conjuction with Modflow.

Geomodelr Export Module

Our export module can export hydrogeological models directly to Modflow to evaluate groundwater flow.
The model can later be successfully opened with ModelMuse, Visual Modflow® or PMWIN® .

About the webinar

We will learn how to create a complex hydrogeological model using Geomodelr. Then, we will use the regular and adaptive grids generated by our platform to later understand how they work. Finally, we will use ModelMuse to view, assign boundary conditions, modify properties and finally evaluate our groundwater model.

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