Centrifuge Modeling of LNAPL Migration with a Soil-Cement Barrier in Case of Flow and No-Flow Conditions

@inproceedings{Kererat2012CentrifugeMO,
  title={Centrifuge Modeling of LNAPL Migration with a Soil-Cement Barrier in Case of Flow and No-Flow Conditions},
  author={C. Kererat and Inthuorn Sasanakul and S. Soralump},
  year={2012}
}
Light Nonaqueous Phase Liquid (LNAPL) contamination of subsoil is a serious problem because it affects human health and the environment. This paper describes centrifuge modeling tests of LNAPL migration in a sandy soil layer that were focused on a soil-cement barrier as the containment to protect the groundwater from contamination. Two centrifuge modeling tests were performed in this study for the following two scenarios: groundwater flow and no groundwater flow conditions. Liquid paraffin oil… CONTINUE READING