Multi-Species Reactive Transport Modelling

  • Peter Engesgaard
Part of the Water Science and Technology Library book series (WSTL, volume 22)

Abstract

A species transported through the subsurface is either reactive or non-reactive (conservative). Transport codes for non-reactive species were discussed in Chapter 3. When a reactive species is transported through the subsurface it may undergo chemical and microbiological processes that will retard and transform the species. In short, these types of processes will be called reactions.

Keywords

Soil Organic Carbon Reactive Transport Reactive Transport Modelling Inorganic Reaction Reactive Chemical Transport 
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  • Peter Engesgaard
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  1. 1.Water Quality Institute & Department of Hydrodynamics and Water ResourcesTechnical University of DenmarkDenmark

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