MNM1D (Micro-and Nanoparticle transport Model in porous media in 1D geometry) is a numerical model for the simulation of colloid transport in porous media in the presence of both constant and transient hydrochemical conditions. It takes into accounts attachment and detachment phenomena, that can be modeled with one or two linear and/or langmuirian interaction sites.
E-MNM1D R 1.0
E-EMNM1D (Enhanced Micro-and Nanoparticle transport Model in porous media in 1D geometry) is the evolution of MNM1D, improved and extended for the simulation of the transport of highly concentrated, non-Newtonian suspensions of colloidal particles.
The model was developed for the 1D simulation of column tests performed with iron micro and nanoparticles used in groundwater remediation, in the framework of the EU research project Aquarehab.
MNMs (Micro-and Nanoparticle transport, filtration and clogging Model – Suite) is a numerical model for the simulation of colloid transport in porous media in the presence of both constant and transient hydrochemical conditions. It takes into accounts attachment and detachment phenomena, which can be modeled with one or two interaction sites having different deposition kinetics, and porous medium clogging.
The model was developed for the 1D simulation and interpretation of column test performed with colloidal particles in the framework of the EU project NanoRem. MNMs 2015 also includes additional tools for the simulation of particle injections in radial domains and the calculation of the single collector attachment efficiency and of the DLVO interaction energy profiles.
ETAMMS2015 is a spreadsheet where the numerical data used in the study “An extended and total flux normalized correlation equation for predicting single-collector efficiency” are available and can be downloaded.
TRS (Thermal Recycling Simulator) is a software tool for the simulation of thermal recycling in open-loop Ground Water Heat Pumps (GWHPs).
The APA (Authomatic Protection Areas) model is a numerical tool for the delineation of 2D a wellhead protection areas. It is based on an hybrid forward-backward particle tracking algorithm, with a post-processing tool for an automatic encirclement of capture zones.