Jeffrey Childs

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Gaussian decomposition of images leads to many promising applications in computer graphics. Gaussian representations can be used for image smoothing, motion analysis, and feature selection for image recognition. Furthermore, image construction from a Gaussian representation is fast, since the Gaussians only need to be added together. The most optimal(More)
This study reports on a surfactant-based flood for tetrachloroethylene (PCE) removal from a control test cell at the Dover National Test Site. The surfactant formulation (sodium dihexyl sulfosuccinate (Aerosol-MA or AMA), isopropanol and calcium chloride) was able to achieve a high concentration of PCE in swollen micelles (supersolubilization) without(More)
In this work, we extend the recently developed gradient approach for surfactant-enhanced remediation of dense non-aqueous phase liquid (DNAPL)-impacted sites. The goal of the gradient approach is to maximize the DNAPL solubilization capacity in swollen micelles (Type I aqueous microemulsions) while at the same time minimizing the potential for DNAPL(More)
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