Stochastic Analysis of Nonlinear Biodegradation in Regimes Controlled by both Chromatographic and Dispersive Mixing

Sjoerd Van Der Zee, Gijs Janssen & Sjoerd Van Der Zee
Nonlinear biodegradation in natural porous media is affected by the heterogeneity of the formation and dispersive mixing processes. We analyze these coupled effects by combining recent advances in analytical one-dimensional modeling of bioreactive transport with stochastic concepts of dispersive mixing in heterogeneous domains. Specifically, we model bioremediation of a sorbing contaminant undergoing nonlinear biodegradation in heterogeneous aquifers applying the stochastic-convective and the advective-dispersive stream tube approaches, in which we use a semi-analytical traveling wave solution...
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