E-EMNM1D (Enhanced Micro-and Nanoparticle transport Model in porous media in 1D geometry) is the evolution of MNM1D, which was improved and extended to simulate 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.

The model takes into accounts attachment and detachment phenomena, following one or two interaction sites (linear, blocking, ripening, straining). Moreover, the non-Newtonian nature of carrier fluids usually employed to improve stability of iron particles, as well as clogging phenomena due to particle deposition, are simulated.

The model is implemented in a Matlab environment and provided in a encrypted version (.p files), that can be run on machines that have already installed the Matlab program.

Downloads:

User manual: E-MNM1D R1.0 reference notes

Software: Packed files for download