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Formation and morphology of colloidal deposits in porous media
The effects of physical parameters such as fluid velocity, particle size and influent particle concentration on the morphology of colloidal deposits, removal efficiency and head loss development in porous media are ...
OASIS: A hydrogeologic database and a graphical, hypertext decision support system for groundwater contaminant modeling
A Decision Support System is a class of computer software with information, databases, and computer models integrated together to help people solve broad, semi- structured problems. Ground water contaminant transport ...
Numerical techniques for modeling in situ biorestoration and biodegradation of organic contaminants in groundwater
Biodegradation, the transformation of organic matter using microorganisms, is a promising technology for ground water cleanup. The research presented in this dissertation is aimed at developing numerical techniques for ...
Laminar fluid flow, particle transport and permeate flux behavior in crossflow membrane filters
Similarity solutions for axial and lateral velocity profiles, pressure gradients and wall skin friction are derived for the laminar, isothermal single phase flow of incompressible fluids in channels having porous boundaries. ...