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Numerical analysis of bacterial transport in saturated porous media
A mathematical model to describe bacterial transport in saturated porous media is presented. Reversible/irreversible attachment and growth/decay terms were incorporated into the transport model.
Irreversible sorption of benzene in sandy aquifer materials
Hydrocarbon compounds in aquifers are generally known to show a retardation effect due to sorption onto the surfaces of solid particles. In this study, we investigated the effect of sorption on the
Comparative analysis of fixed-bed sorption models using phosphate breakthrough curves in slag filter media
AbstractFixed-bed kinetic sorption (Bohart–Adams, Thomas, Yoon–Nelson, Clark, Wolborska, and modified dose-response) models are commonly used to simulate breakthrough curves (BTCs) from fixed-bed
Entrapment of Mg-Al layered double hydroxide in calcium alginate beads for phosphate removal from aqueous solution
Mg-Al layered double hydroxide was entrapped in calcium alginate beads (LDH-alginate beads) for phosphate removal. A field emission scanning electron microscope (FESEM), combined with an energy
Immobilization of Layered Double Hydroxide into Polyvinyl Alcohol/Alginate Hydrogel Beads for Phosphate Removal
Polyvinyl alcohol/alginate hydrogel beads containing Mg-Al layered double hydroxide (LDH-PVA/alginate beads) were synthesized for phosphate removal. Results showed that blending PVA with the
Analysis of benzene transport in a two‐dimensional aquifer model
In this study, the fate and transport of aqueous benzene was investigated in a laboratory‐scale homogeneous aquifer by conducting a two‐dimensional plume test. Benzene solution was introduced as a