3D laboratory-scale soilbed for assessment of fate and transport of explosive-related compounds in soils under variable environmental conditions

@inproceedings{Anaya20063DLS,
  title={3D laboratory-scale soilbed for assessment of fate and transport of explosive-related compounds in soils under variable environmental conditions},
  author={Angel A. Anaya and Ingrid Padilla},
  booktitle={SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing},
  year={2006}
}
This paper presents the development and testing of a three-dimensional laboratory-scale soil tank system for modeling ERC fate and transport under controlled, but variable environmental conditions in partially saturated soil. The system incorporates a rainfall simulator, variable light (visible and UV), temperature and relative humidity components, and a 3D SoilBed capable of simulating several boundary and initial conditions. Experimental work indicate that water and solute transport is highly… CONTINUE READING

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