Directed site exploration for permeable reactive barrier design.

  title={Directed site exploration for permeable reactive barrier design.},
  author={Jejung Lee and A. J. Graettinger and John Moylan and Howard William Reeves},
  journal={Journal of hazardous materials},
  volume={162 1},
Permeable reactive barriers (PRBs) are being employed for in situ site remediation of groundwater that is typically flowing under natural gradients. Site characterization is of critical importance to the success of a PRB. A design-specific site exploration approach called quantitatively directed exploration (QDE) is presented. The QDE approach employs three spatially related matrices: (1) covariance of input parameters, (2) sensitivity of model outputs, and (3) covariance of model outputs to… CONTINUE READING

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