Predicting Flow, Transport, and Reactions Using Reactive Transport Models
Recorded: October 28, 2015, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
She demonstrates the use of these models for predicting flow, transport, and biogeochemical processes in a variety of applications, including, for example, environmental bioremediation of uranium, and transport and fate of chemicals in spilled Marcellus Shale produced water.
- 1:33 - Introduction
- 3:30 - What Are Reactive Transport Processes?
- 13:15 - Example 1 - A Spill of Marcellus Wastewater
- 29:20 - Example 2 - Bioremediation of Uranium
- 44:35 - Summary
- 45:45 - Question/Answer Session Begins
- 54:47 - Webinar Ends
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