The Impact of Buoyant, Gas-Phase Flow and Heterogeneity on Thermo-Hydrological Behavior at Yucca Mountain

Scaling Behavior of Gas Permeability Measurements in Volcanic Tuffs

U-234/U-238 Ratio: Qualitative Estimate of Groundwater Flow in Rocky Flats Monitoring Wells

How Many Observation Wells Does it Take to Find a Groundwater Contamination Plume?
A Bayesian data worth framework is developed to balance the benefits and costs of data collection. In addition to Bayesian decision analysis, tools from Monte Carlo simulation, numerical...

The Performance of Unconfined Hollow Fiber Membranes as Pipe Flow and Mixed Flow Aerators
Unconfined gas permeable membranes situated within mixed reactors are currently being evaluated as a viable technology for gas transfer. The use of sealed hollow fiber membranes that are...

Pilot Test on Groundwater Organics Removal by Low-Pressure Membranes
A 1-year membrane pilot study has been performed to evaluate disinfection-byproduct (DBP) precursors and color removal by low-pressure membranes from groundwater with color values up to...

Thermally Enhanced Bioremediation of a Gasoline-Contaminated Aquifer Using Toluene Oxidizing Bacteria
The combined application of steam injection and vacuum extraction has proved to be very effective for the in situ remediation of a gasoline contaminated aquifer. It is expected that the...

A Probability Based Approach to the Design and Operation of Soil Vapor Extraction Systems
Soil vapor extraction (SVE) or soil venting is related with Monte Carlo simulation of critical soil characteristics. The correlation yielded a probability based nomograph that may be utilized...

In Situ Treatment of VOCs by Recirculation Technologies
Confronted with contaminated land from the world wars and the postwar industrialization period, German researchers and practicing professionals have worked to develop processes for effective...

Breakout Session 6C: Alternative Fuels

Void Fraction Measurement Techniques for Gas-Liquid Bubbly Flows in Closed Conduits; A Literature Review
This paper provides a review of void fraction measuring techniques for gas-liquid bubbly flows in closed conduits with emphasis on the suitability of these methods for air-water bubbly...

Transport Process of Surface Liquid Spills
A mathematical model simulating the scenarios of surface liquid spills is presented in this paper. This model describes the advance front and recession curves of surface spills based on...

Fate/Transport Modeling and Remediation of Contaminated Plume at Vance Airforce Base
Air Training Command (ATC) at Vance Air Force Base (VAFB) is responsible for implementing the Installation Restoration Program (IRP) according to the Comprehensive Environmental Response,...

Groundwater Development and Related Issues
Optimum development and management of ground water resources requires consideration of all elements of the groundwater system and their inter-relations with total hydrologic cycle along...

Hydraulics of Pipelines
The proceedings, Hydraulics of Pipelines, consists of papers presented at the International Conference on Hydraulics of Pipelines sponsored...

America's Pavements: World's Longest Bathtubs
Pavements are the most unusual structures designed by civil engineers. Water flows through their tops, bottoms and sides but because pavements are relatively flat, flows out again very...

Protecting a Pipeline
A 30-inch oil pipeline, presently under construction through mountainous terrain in central Colombia, transports petroleum from the Cusiana oil field to the coast. The discovery of the...

Evaluation and Rehabilitation of Relief Wells
The U.S. Army Engineer District, Vicksburg has developed an expedient method of rehabilitating arrays of large numbers of gravity flowing relief wells located along the toe of dams using...

General Design and Construction Considerations for Remedial Seepage Control
All earth and rock-fill dams are subject to seepage through the embankment, foundation and abutments. Methods for remedial seepage control include storage restriction, grouting, upstream...

Radionuclide Migration to the Aquifer Through the Porous Medium
Time dependent doses of radionuclides from a waste container to the aquifer through porous medium are analyzed for (1) congruently released transuranic elements such as Np-237 and (2)...

 

 

 

 

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