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Non-convective ion movement in unsaturated porous media

Shaun Francis Kelly

Non-convective ion movement in unsaturated porous media

by Shaun Francis Kelly

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ion exchange.,
  • Soil porosity.

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    Statementby Shaun F. Kelly.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination207 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages207
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15494616M

    Forced convection is type of heat transport in which fluid motion is generated by an external source like a (pump, fan, suction device, etc.). Heat transfer through porus media is very effective and efficiently. Porous medium is defined as a material volume consisting of solid matrix with an interconnected void. First, as an analysis means, an effective numerical method is necessary to be built. A three-dimensional finite element method program for analyzing two-phase flow in porous media, which can be applied to the immiscible contaminant transport problem in subsurface flow has been developed in this paper.

    In the present article, the onset of convection in a horizontal layer of porous medium saturated by ananofluid is investigated analytically using linear and weakly nonlinear analysis. The model used for the nanofluid incorporates the effect of Brownian motion and thermophoresis. The effect of Raleigh-Darcy number, Lewis number, modified diffusivity ratio, on the stability of the system is Author: Jada Prathap Kumar, Jawali Channabasappa Umavathi, Channakeshava Murthy. A review of current literature shows that considerable uncertainty exists concerning the role of the air–water interface (AWI) in colloid transport in unsaturated porous media. This study aimed to elucidate the mechanisms of colloid mobilization and retention .

    Sep 21,  · Shaun Francis Kelly has written: 'Non-convective ion movement in unsaturated porous media' -- subject(s): Soil porosity, Ion exchange Asked in . The first two, which took place at Newark, Delaware in and , are devoted to various topics related to the Fundamentals of Transport Processes in Porous Media. The contents of the books resulting from previous NATO/ASIs are given at the end of this book.


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Non-convective ion movement in unsaturated porous mediaCited by: 3. Title: Non-convective Ion Movement in. Unsaturated Porous Media.

Abstract approved: John S. Selker. Ion movement in porous media. is of broad interest in engineering, science and agriculture.

In agriculture, crystalline fertilizer may be applied to the. surface of a soil or other media and physically shielded from surface applied water to.

Papers on convection in porous media continue to be published at a rate that is now over per year. This indication of the continued importance of the subject, together with the wide acceptance of the first, second, and third editions of the book, has encouraged us to prepare an expanded fourth edition.

Application of timedomain reflectometry (TDR) soil moisture miniprobe for the determination of unsaturated soil water characteristics from undisturbed soil cores. Applied linear regression.

Second edition. Automatic, real-time monitoring of soil moisture in a remote field area with time domain reflectometry. Convection in Porous Media, 4th Edition, provides a user-friendly introduction to the subject, covering a wide range of topics, such as fibrous Non-convective ion movement in unsaturated porous media book, geological strata, and catalytic reactors.

The presentation is self-contained, requiring only routine mathematics and the basic elements of fluid mechanics and heat transfer. Papers on convection in porous media continue to be published at the rate that is now over per year. The indication of the continued importance of the subject, together with the wide acceptance of the first and second editions of this volume, has encouraged us to prepare an expanded third edition.

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36 Unsaturated Porous Media. 37 Electrodiffusion through Porous Media /5(2). Water vapor transport in the vicinity of imbibing saline plumes: Homogeneous and layered unsaturated porous media.

Get PDF ( KB) Cite. BibTex; Full citation Non-convective ion movement in unsaturated porous media. We derive the set of governing differential equations describing simultaneous movement of water in the vapour and liquid phases and consequent transport of ions in unsaturated porous media.

Heterogeneous Media (Layered System) 22 ] Before the solutions were applied, the saturation in the fine l ayers was 5 – 6%, where as in the surrounding coarse. where Dθ is water diffusivity and DT is thermal water diffusivity.

Dθ is dependent of both saturation degree and temperature and shows concave up when it is plotted against volumetric water content. It is because moisture movement in unsaturated media happens both in liquid phase and in vapour.

The chamber, which contained the porous media, consisted of two glass panels separated by a U‐shaped aluminum spacer mounted to a light source. A digital CCD camera was used to quantify light transmission.

A more detailed description of this set‐up is provided by Niemet and Selker and Weisbrod et al. Accusand (Unimin, Le Sueur, MN), silica sands in four different grades, was used as the Cited by: Water vapour transport in a soil column in the presence of an osmotic gradient.

S.F. KellyNon-convective Ion Movement in Unsaturated Porous Media. Ph.D. diss. Oregon State Univ, Corvallis, OR () Google Scholar.

Kelly and Selker, Cited by: 2. Models for thermo-hydro-mechanical behavior of saturated/unsaturated porous media are reviewed. The necessary balance equations are derived using averaging theories. Constitutive equations are obtained using the Coleman-Noll procedure and thermodynamic equations for Cited by: Apr 20,  · Prasad V.

Natural convection in porous media—an experimental and numerical study for vertical annular and rectangular enclosures. Ph.D.

dissertation, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of Delaware. Prasad, V. & Kulacki F. Heat Transfer in Porous dynalux-id.com by: a) Relative amount n II of the in situ measured EPR signal of the Cu 2+ species A II in the lp phase Zn Cu (BME‐bdc) 2 (dabco) as estimated from spectral simulations versus CO 2 pressure at T = K and b) illustration of the movement of the Cu 2+ ion in the Cu/Zn mixed‐metal paddle wheel unit of this MOF upon CO 2 dynalux-id.com: Volodymyr Bon, Eike Brunner, Andreas Pöppl, Stefan Kaskel.

Abstract. The transport of ions in colloids, granular and consolidated porous media is important to a wide variety of environmental and engineering problems. Typical examples are the transport of contaminants in marine sediments, the containment of hazardous waste in soils, ionic exchange in biological membranes and processes related to Cited by: 9.

Fishpond Thailand, Pollutants in Porous Media: The Unsaturated Zone Between Soil Surface and Groundwater (Ecological Studies) by B Yaron (Edited) Gedeon Dagan (Edited)Buy. Books online: Pollutants in Porous Media: The Unsaturated Zone Between Soil Surface and Groundwater (Ecological Studies),dynalux-id.com chemical transport, multicomponent major ion chemistry, field-scale spatial variability, and inverse procedures for estimating the hydraulic properties of unsaturated porous media.

He has authored and coauthored numerous peer-reviewed publications and book chapters, and several books. “The book by Nield and Bejan provides a fundamental and comprehensive presentation of mathematical and physical theories of many classical and new (modern) areas of flow and transport in porous media.

The book is excellently written and easily readable. extremely useful to a wide range of specialists working in the area of flow in Author: Donald A. Nield. The SWMS_2D model was further expanded by Šimůnek and Suarez (b, ) to also simulate the transport of major ions in variably saturated porous media, including major ion equilibrium and kinetic nonequilibrium chemistry.

The resulting UNSATCHEM‐2D code was intended for prediction of major ion chemistry and water and solute fluxes in Cited by: Hydrus is a suite of Windows-based modeling software that can be used for analysis of water flow, heat and solute transport in variably saturated porous media (e.g., soils).

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