Sodium Toxicity in Methanogenic Systems: Rates and Modeling

Methods to Evaluate the Environmental Impact of Sodium Silicate Chemical Grouts

Effects of Hydraulic Gradients on Pore Fluid Chemistry

Sodium Hypochlorite at Seattle Water's Open Reservoirs

Water Policy and Management: Solving the Problems in Southern New Jersey
Southern New Jersey, which has relied solely on groundwater to satisfy its water supply needs, is depleting the primary source for that water. Symptoms of this depletion include declining...

Controlling Lead and Copper Corrosion and Sequestering of Iron and Manganese
With the recently enacted Lead and Copper Rule (LCR), many utilities are faced with the conflict of meeting the requirements of the Rule and controlling aesthetic problems caused by source...

The Influence of Water Glass on the Technological Parameters of Shotcrete
Shotcrete used in tunneling must follow a clearly defined early strength development in order to comply with stresses from rock deformations and drilling and blasting. Accelerators are...

Hanford Ferrocyanide Reactivity: Effects of Other Tank Constituents
In this study simulated wastes were used to determine the effect of potential waste constituents on the reactivity and explosivity of Hanford ferrocyanide-bearing wastes. Test results...

Simulation of Buoyant, Miscible Liquid Plumes in Heterogeneous Aquifers
Laboratory experiments have been conducted in a sand tank with a single heterogeneity into which NaNO3 is continuously injected. From samples along, across and over the depth of the tank...

Grouting Against Hazwaste
Grouting has only recently entered the hazardous-waste arena, mainly in the form of positive cutoff slurry walls. At an industrial landfill near Niagara Falls, N.Y., a three sided, single-line...

Mapping Ground-Water Sodium Adsorption Ratios in Northern Louisiana
High sodium concentration is suspected as the cause of several crop failures in the northern part of Louisiana. This study, using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology, was undertaken...

Hydrogen Generation from Sea Water by Means of a Metal Hydrolysis Process
Active metals such as magnesium reacted with steam can produce hydrogen. This reduction of water by magnesium or aluminum is a thermodynamically favorable process, however, formation of...

Validity of Electro-Osmosis for Soil Decontamination
The subject matter of this paper is electro-osmosis in fine grained soils. A simple instrument has been developed to simulate this phenomena in the laboratory. A series of experiments...

Irrigation Intervention Analysis of Drainage SAR
G.E.P. Box-G.M. Jenkins time series analysis, with irrigation applications as an intervention function, was used to study temporal and spatial variabilities of sodium adsorption ratios...

Permeability of Grouts Subjected to Chemicals
This paper presents the more recent results of a testing program which evaluated the long-term resistance to percolation of grouted soils, using acrylate, urethane and cement-bentonite...

Permanence of Chemically Grouted Sands
Test specimens were prepared with one of three uniformly graded sands of a fine gravel and injected with one of five silicate or two polyacrylic grouts. The polyacrylic grouts showed no...

Capability of LMFBR Plant Structures Beyond the Design Base
A study is presented concerning the capability of structures in a loop type Liquid Metal Fast Breeder Reactor Plant, the Clinch River Breeder Reactor Plant (CRBRP), to sustain conditions...

A New Approach to the Design of Core Support Structures for Large LMFBR Plants
The paper describes an innovative design concept for a LMFBR Core Support Structure. A hanging Core Support Structure is described and analyzed. The design offers inherent safety features,...

Corrosion of Reinforcing Steel in Fly-Ash Concrete

Mixing in the Epilimnion of the Dead Sea

 

 

 

 

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