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Information technologies in water resources: Modeling flood control alternatives for the Clear Creek watershed within a GIS framework
Recent technological advancements in hydrologic science and geographic information systems (GIS) have permitted the rapid and accurate analysis of flood control options in the Clear Creek watershed. Models were developed ...
Deterministic and stochastic analysis of nonlinear systems with Biot hysteretic damping
Time domain analysis of nonlinear systems with hysteretic damping is conducted. Specifically, the viscoelastic model proposed by Biot is examined. This hysteretic element represents an integral transform in the time domain. ...
Laboratory investigations into biologically enhanced removal of PCE from NAPL source zones
The influence of dechlorinating microorganisms on PCE and its reduction products in a residual non-aqueous phase liquid (NAPL) source zone was investigated. Experiments were conducted in upflow anaerobic columns containing ...
Collision efficiency of colloidal particles and morphology of deposits: Implications for membrane filtration
On-lattice Monte Carlo simulations were performed to investigate the effect of collision efficiencies alpha of particles on the morphology of heterodeposits. The model predicts that the structure and surface chemistry of ...
Characteristics of ceramic membranes derived from metal-oxide nanoparticles
Carboxylate alumoxanes were cast onto alpha-alumina supports by slip-coating to develop asymmetric ceramic membranes. Carboxylate ferroxanes were also analyzed as possible precursor for ceramic membranes. Different support ...
Interpretation and modeling of slurry reactor performance to provide monitoring strategies for the aerobic bioremediation of dinitrotoluene-contaminated soils
In a previous study, pilot-scale bioslurry reactors were used to treat soils highly contaminated with 2,4-dinitrotoluene (2,4-DNT) and 2,6-dinitrotoluene (2,6-DNT). The treatment scheme involved a soil washing process ...