Three-Porosity Model for Predicting the Gas Diffusion Coefficient in Undisturbed Soil

@inproceedings{Moldrup2004ThreePorosityMF,
  title={Three-Porosity Model for Predicting the Gas Diffusion Coefficient in Undisturbed Soil},
  author={Per Moldrup and Torben Olesen and Seiko Yoshikawa and Toshiko Komatsu and Dennis E. Rolston},
  year={2004}
}
I. The first group consists of predictive DP(ε) models based only on ε. The first ε-based models were The soil gas diffusion coefficient (DP) and its dependency on airintroduced a century ago. Edgar Buckingham, as filled porosity (ε) govern most gas diffusion-reaction processes in soil. part of his groundbreaking research on water and Accurate DP(ε) prediction models for undisturbed soils are needed gas transport in soil during the period 1902–1906 in vadose zone transport and fate models. The… CONTINUE READING
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