STUDY OF THE MIGRATION OF NANOIRON PARTICLES IN THE 2- AND 3-D HOMOGENEOUS ARTIFICAL AQUIFER

1 PEŠKOVÁ Kristýna
Co-authors:
2 MIYAJIMA Kumiko 2 BRAUN Jürgen 1 ČERNÍK Miroslav 1 PARMA Petr
Institutions:
1 Technical University of Liberec, Institute for Nanomaterials, Advanced Technologies and Innovation (CXI), Liberec, Czech Republic; EU, kristyna.peskova@tul.cz
2 University of Stuttgart, Institute for Modelling Hydraulic and Environmental Systems, Research Facility for Subsurface Remediation (VEGAS), Stuttgart, Germany, EU
Conference:
8th International Conference on Nanomaterials - Research & Application, Hotel Voronez I, Brno, Czech Republic, EU, October 19th - 21st 2016
Proceedings:
Proceedings 8th International Conference on Nanomaterials - Research & Application
Pages:
240-245
ISBN:
978-80-87294-71-0
ISSN:
2694-930X
Published:
17th March 2017
Proceedings of the conference were published in Web of Science and Scopus.
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Abstract

Migration of zero valent iron in the subsurface is a task solved in the long term from different points of view at many workplaces. Experimental equipment in these workplaces mostly enables only one-dimensional assignments (laboratory columns) to be studied in different orders with various levels of detection of migrant substances. The 2- and 3-dimension experimental equipment from the VEGAS research facility, University of Stuttgart with large scale dimensions of approximately 1m x 0.12m x 0.7m and 8m x 1m x 3m (L x W x H) enables the migration and interaction of nanoiron particles to be studied in a homogeneous artificially created aquifer under conditions approaching the real conditions of a contaminated site. The whole experiment is linked to the international research project NANOREM, which aims to show that the application of nanoparticles is a useful and in particular reliable method for remediation of contaminated soil and groundwater.

Keywords: Nanoiron particles, injection of nanoparticles, transport and targeted deposition of nanoparticles in the subsurface, interaction of nanoiron particles with contaminants
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