Doubling A Pipeline
The 36 in. natural gas pipeline built 32 years ago by Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) its subsidiary Pacific Gas Transmission (PGT) from Canadian fields to central California has...

In-situ Extraction of Lunar Soil Volatiles
Techniques for their recovery and utilization of the potentially valuable solar-wind elements embedded in the lunar regolith have been proposed. In order to acquire quantities of 3He...

Lunar ISRU: An Evolutionary Approach
The goal of this paper is to provide the reader with a vision of the individual steps required to bring ISRU from the current technological readiness level of lab experimentation, to large...

Oxygen Generation from Synthetic Moon Soil Using a Plasma Reactor
A series of experiments were performed to evaluate the potential for generating oxygen from silica powder, alumina powder and a synthetic moon soil powder. A non-transferred arc plasma...

Carbon Formation Theory for Space Oxygen Processes
Production of oxygen from the Martian atmosphere or lunar soil and the recovery of oxygen in manned space environments may include carbon formation from CO as a unit process. Thermodynamic...

Oxygen from Lunar Soil via Fluorination
This paper considers oxygen extraction from lunar soil via fluorination, for reasons of its high effectivity of oxygen release from most silicates. In addition to theoretical investigations,...

Design, Construction, and Maintenance of Relief Wells
Technical Engineering and Design Guides, as adapted from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, No. 3 This engineering manual provides guidance and information...

Rehabbing for Remediation
Workers for Moses Lake detected trichloroethylene (TCE) in three of the city's water wells. The concentrations were low, around 5 to 15 parts per billion, just above the maximum...

Waves Propagating on an Adverse Jet
A laboratory investigated was conducted of the propagation of waves on an adverse three-dimensional jet. The problem which was simulated was the ebb-tide flow from a tidal inlet into a...

Application and Benefits of Aquifer Recharge in Santa Fe, New Mexico
The Sangre de Cristo Water Company (SDCW) operates a water supply and treatment system that serves the City of Santa Fe, New Mexico, Water is supplied to the system by the City Well Field,...

Aquifer Storage and Recovery in the Floridan Aquifer System of South Florida
This paper describes the feasibility, construction, testing, and storage zone development of the Boynton Beach Aquifer Storage and Recovery (ASR) well, the first successful ASR project...

Groundwater Management and Systems Operations Optimization Utilizing Supply, Well Reliability, and Demand Distribution as Decision-Making Criteria
Houston, Texas has a water supply system comprised of both ground and surface water sources serving a population of 2.2 million people through 5,000 miles of water lines and 357,000 water...

Optimization of the Design and Operation of Soil Vapor Extraction Systems
Volatile organic compounds (VOC's) immobilized within the soil unsaturated zone constitute a significant source of groundwater contamination. Soil vapor extraction systems (SVES's), which...

Site Characterization by Artificial Neural Networks
Recently, an optimal groundwater management model has been developed to treat groundwater remediation problems at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL). The objective of the model...

Recent Advances In Well Hydraulics
Most books and papers on well hydraulics are mostly or entirely aquifer hydraulics. The phrase, 'well hydraulics,' implies a study of the flow into and within a well proper. There has...

Oil and Gas Exploration Near Yucca Mountain, Southern Nevada

Models for Source Term, Flow, Transport and Dose Assessment in NRC's Iterative Performance Assessment, Phase 2

Saturation and Gas Migration Within Clay Buffers

Thermosyphon Analysis of a Repository: A Simplified Model for Vapor Flow and Heat Transfer

Pressure-Driven Gas Flow in Heated, Partially-Saturated Porous Media

 

 

 

 

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