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Hydrogeologic modelling for permeable reactive barriers design

Abstract : Permeable Reactive Barrier is an in-situ reactive System used for passive groundwater treatment. The objective of the study performed is the understanding of the hydraulic mechanisms that govern the working of these Systems, by the mean of numeric tools for different configurations of sites or contaminations. The study comprises the development of simplified tools such as design charts and the definition of a PRB design methodology.
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Marion Kimmel, Benjamin Piel, Hafid Baroudi, Annette Esnault-Filet, Xavier Laloum, et al.. Hydrogeologic modelling for permeable reactive barriers design. 8. International FZK/TNO Conference on Contaminated Soil, May 2003, Gand, Belgium. pp.2715-2723. ⟨ineris-00972419⟩

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