Corpus ID: 106564956

DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF TECHNIQUES FOR PREDICTING LEACHATE QUALITY IN CONFINED DISPOSAL FACILITIES: BACKGROUND AND THEORY

@inproceedings{Hill1988DEVELOPMENTAA,
  title={DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF TECHNIQUES FOR PREDICTING LEACHATE QUALITY IN CONFINED DISPOSAL FACILITIES: BACKGROUND AND THEORY},
  author={Donald O. Hill and Tommy E. Myers and James M. Brannon},
  year={1988}
}
  • Donald O. Hill, Tommy E. Myers, James M. Brannon
  • Published 1988
  • Materials Science, Engineering
  • A theoretical framework for predicting leachate quality in confined disposal facilities is developed, using mass transport theory. The physical-chemical processes governing leaching are identified and described mathematically. This analysis is used to design laboratory tests for determining the leaching characteristics of dredged material. 

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