Efficient and Accurate Simulation of Large General Reactive Multicomponent Transport Processes in Porous Media by Model-Preserving a priori and a posteriori Decoupling Techniques of Large General Reactive Multicomponent Transport Processes in Porous Media by Model-Preserving a priori and a posteriori Decoupling Techniques

Peter Knabner, Serge Kraeutle, Alexander Prechtel & Peter Knabner
Detailed modelling of reactive transport processes in the underground often requires the consideration of a wide range of reactive species. A prominent example is natural attenuation, that is the assessment and monitoring of microbially catalysed degradation processes of organic contaminants in the subsoil or aquifer with full geochemistry. Often the reactions exhibit a wide range of relaxation times, which advises to model those reactions being much faster than the time scale of the transport processes...
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