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RMA4
RMA4 is a finite element water quality transport numerical model in which the depth concentration distribution is assumed uniform. It computes concentrations for up to 6 constituents, either conservative or non-conservative, within the computational mesh domain.
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TABS Numerical Models The TABS System consists of these numerical models.
RMA2 - A one-dimensional/two-dimensional numerical model for depth-averaged flow and water levels.
RMA4  - A one-dimensional/two-dimensional numerical model for depth-averaged transport of one to six constituents.
TABS MDS (RMA10) - A multi-dimensional hydrodynamic numerical model.
SED2D - Formerly STUDH, a two-dimensional numerical model for depth-averaged transport of cohesive or a representative grain size of noncohesive sediments and their deposition, erosion, and formation of bed deposits.
GFGEN - Geometry File GENerator - The pre-processor for the TABS software programs.

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