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CapSim

[Capsim] [Research Paper]

A model for contaminant fate and transport in surficial sediments to support site conceptual model development, natural recovery assessment and remedial response is also available. The model has unique capabilities for describing processes at the sediment-water interface including the interface specific processes of bioturbation, benthic mass transfer, consolidation, and deposition as well as advection, diffusion, linear and nonlinear sorption and reaction. The model can simulate behavior in multiple sediment layers or sediment caps, including active caps. For more information contact danny.reible@ttu.edu

Models

Practical tool for estimation of fss from PRC data [Excel File]

Estimation of sediment transport parameters and fss from PRC data [Excel File]

Two layer Sediment Cap: Description and Parameters [Word File]
Danny Reible and David Lampert

Steady State Analytical Model Description [Excel File]
Danny Reible and David Lampert

Steady State Cap Design Model [Excel File]
Danny Reible and David Lampert

Transient Capping with Sediment Depletion Numerical Design Model [M File]
Danny Reible and David Lampert

Steady State Cap Design Model: Monte Carlo Analysis of Average Bioturbation Layer Concentration [M File]
Danny Reible and David Lampert

Steady State Cap Design Model: Monte Carlo Analysis of Concentration at a Particular Depth [M File]
Danny Reible and David Lampert

PRC Correction Calculator [Excel File][Guide]
Songjing Yan, Magdalena Rakowska and Danny Reible

PRC Model V.1.4: PRC Calibration Model for PDMS Sampler [Excel File]
Xiaolong Shen and Danny Reible

CapAn 1.3: Multi-Layered Porous Media Transport Model [Excel File]
Xiaolong Shen and Danny Reible

Unifac Activity Coefficient Calculator [exe File]

Large Eddy Simulation[Code][Setup File]
Yan Liu and Danny Reible

Dissertations

Sequestration of Hydrophobic Organic Contaminants in Sediments [PDF]
Yunzhou Chai; 2004

Measurement of Metal Migration in Sediment Caps with X-Ray Fluorescence [PDF]
Ming Yin; 2007

Mercury Transport through a Capped Sediment [PDF]
Nathan Johnson; 2009

Experimental and Mathematical Investigation of Dynamic Availability of Metals in Sediment [PDF]
Yongseok Hong; 2009

An Assessment of the Design of In Situ Management Approaches for Contaminated Sediments [PDF]
David Lampert; 2010

Microbiological Activity and Organic Pollutant Fate and Transport in Sediments and Sediment Caps [PDF]
Anthony Smith; 2011

PAH Degradation and Redox Control in an Electrode Enhanced Sediment Cap [PDF]
Fei Yan; 2012

Passive Sampling to Evaluate Performance of in situ Sediment Remediation [PDF]
Courtney Thomas; 2014

Evaluation of Sorbing Amendments for In-situ Remediation of Contaminated Sediments [PDF]
Wardah Azhar; 2015

Application of Diffusive Gradient in Thin-Film Passive Samplers [PDF]
Paul Bireta; 2015

Developing Models for the Assessment and the Design of the In situ Remediation of Contaminated Sediments [PDF]
Xiaolong Shen; 2017

Presentation

Passive Sampling of Porewater for the In-situ Assessment of Bioavailability [PDF]
Danny Reible

Monitoring of the Active Capping Demonstration Project in the Anacostia River [PDF]
Danny Reible, David Lampert, David Constant and Yuewei Zhu

Zero-valent iron's effectiveness at dehalogenating chlorobenzenes and its feasibility as a reactive cap [PDF]
Danny Reible and Shawn Moderow

Current Status of In-situ Capping for Sediment Remediation [PDF]
Danny Reible

Assessing Bioavailability of PAHs and PCBs with Field-deployable SPME [PDF]
Danny Reible, X Lu, A Skwarski, B Drake and D Lampert

Current Approaches to Sediment Assessment and Remediation [PDF]
Danny Reible

Innovations in Sediment Assessment and Remediation [PDF]
Danny Reible

Challenges of Water Availability Can we Eat, Drink AND Turn on the Lights? [PDF]
Danny Reible

 

 

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