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Technology Transfer of Basic Research on Multiphase Subsurface Fate and Transport
Final rept. 1 Mar 1998-14 Jan 1999
NORTH CAROLINA UNIV AT CHAPEL HILL CENTER FOR THE ADVANCED STUDY OF THE ENVIRONMENT
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The purpose of this project was to facilitate technology transfer between the Center for Multiphase Research CMR and the Waterways Experimental Station WES. The research areas of interest and specific tasks were Model Formulation provide WES with the latest research on the development of a thermodynamically rigorous model formulation for multiphase flow. Split-Operator Methods demonstrate a split-operator numerical method on a problem of interest to WES i.e., sorption and degradation of explosives in saturated groundwater systems. Sorption-Desorption Relations model the fate and transport of explosives subject to sorption and degradation using data provided by WES. Advanced Oxidation Processes demonstrate and provide a numerical model capable of modeling ex situ peroxone processes. The objectives of the project were met through a series a seminars, the transfer of computer codes, and a technical document.
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