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(2004) Waite, David; Joo, Sung; Feitz, Andrew; Sedlak, David; Hahn, Hermann H.Book Chapter
(2004) Van Craeynest, K; Van Langenhove, H; Stuetz, Richard; Parsons, S.Book Chapter
(2005) Barabosa, Vera; Stuetz, Richard; Lens, P; Westermann, P; Haberbauer, M; Moreno, ABook Chapter
The semi-analytical fundamental-solution-less scaled boundary finite-element method to model unbonded soil(2003) Wolf, John; Song, Chongmin; Hall, WSBook Chapter
(2008) Postma, D; Kjoller, Claus; Andersen, Martin; Melo, Teresa; Gauss, Irina; Edmunds, W.M; Shand, P.Book ChapterReactive transport models were developed to explore the evolution in groundwater chemistry along the ow path in three aquifers; the Triassic East Midlands aquifer (UK), the Miocene aquifer at Valréas (France) and the Cretaceous aquifer near Aveiro (Portugal). All three aquifers contain very old groundwaters and variations in water chemistry that are caused by large-scale geochemical processes taking place at the timescale of thousands of years. The most important geochemical processes are ion exchange (Valreas and Aveiro) where freshwater solutes are displacing marine ions from the sediment surface, and carbonate dissolution (East Midlands, Valréas and Aveiro). Reactive transport models, employing the modelling code PHREEQC (Parkhurst and Appelo 1999; Appelo and Postma 2005), which included these geochemical processes and one-dimensional solute transport were able to reproduce the observed patterns in water quality. These models may provide a quantitative understanding of the evolution in natural baseline properties in groundwater.
Impact of coagulation on the structure and hydraulic properties of fouling layers in submerged membrane filtration(2007) Kovalsky, Peter; Santiwong, Suvinai; Bushell, Graeme; Waite, T; Hahn, Hermann H; Hoffmann, Erhard; Odegaard, HallvardBook Chapter
(2005) Schafer, Andrea; Fane, Anthony; Waite, David; Schafer, A; Fane, AI; Waite, TDBook Chapter
(2005) Waite, David; Hutzinger, O; Boule, Rood; Bahnemann, Detlef W.Book ChapterPhotochemical processes in natural aquatic systems involving iron in one way or another are reviewed.
(2004) Wadley, Susan; Waite, David; Parsons, S.Book ChapterThe Fenton process, in one or other of its various forms, is being increasingly used in the treatment of contamined water and soil.
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