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by Arun Gavaskar,Bruce Sass,Neeraj Gupta,James Hicks,Charles Reeter

ePub Performance Evaluation of a Pilot-Scale Permeable Reactive Barrier at Former Naval Air Station Moffett Field, Mountain View, California. Volume 1 download
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Arun Gavaskar,Bruce Sass,Neeraj Gupta,James Hicks,Charles Reeter
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PDF A pilot scale permeable reactive barrier (PRB) or treatment wall demonstration project was initiated by the .

PDF A pilot scale permeable reactive barrier (PRB) or treatment wall demonstration project was initiated by the .

Reeter, . Gavaskar, . Sass, . Gupta, . Hicks, J. (1998) Performance Evaluation of a Pilot-Scale Permeable Reactive Barrier at Former Naval Air Station Moffett Field, Mountain View, California: Volume . .Feltcorn, E. Fuller, C. Wilhelm, R. Davis, J. Morrison, S. Freethey, G. Piana; M. Rowland, R. Blue, J. E. (1997-1998). Field Demonstration Of Permeable Reactive Barriers To Remove Dissolved Uranium From Groundwater, Fry Canyon, Utah.

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The reactive cell in the funnel and gate type barrier is composed of granular zero-valent iron, a strong reducing agent.

The details of this study are described in a technology evaluation report (Battelle, 1998). The reactive cell in the funnel and gate type barrier is composed of granular zero-valent iron, a strong reducing agent.

A pilot scale permeable reactive barrier (PRB) demonstration project was . Abstract : A pilot scale permeable reactive barrier (PRB) or treatment wall demonstration project was initiated by the .

A pilot scale permeable reactive barrier (PRB) demonstration project was initiated by the US Navy Engineering Field Activity (EFA) West at the former Naval Air Station (NAS) Moffett Field site i. More). Performance Evaluation of a Pilot-Scale Permeable Reactive Barrier at Former Naval Air Station Moffett Field, Mountain View, California. Charles Reeter, Arun Gavaskar, Bruce M. Sass, Neeraj Gupta, James Hicks. Navy EFA West at the former Naval Air Station Moffett Field site i.

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Performance evaluation of a pilot-scale permeable reactive barrier at former Naval Air Station Moffett Field, Mountain View, California: Volume 1. Final report, April 1996-November 1998 A pilot scale permeable reactive barrier (PRB) or treatment wall demonstration project was initiated by the US Navy EFA West at the former Naval Air Station Moffett Field site in Mountain View, California about 3 years ag. The Moffett Field PRB uses a funnel-and-gate design, where the funnel is made of interlocking steel sheet piles and the gate consists of a reactive cell filled with zero-valent granular iron.

Arun Gavaskar (Project Manager), Bruce Sass, Neeraj Gupta, Eric . A permeable barrier is a porous barrier that is placed in the path of .

Arun Gavaskar (Project Manager), Bruce Sass, Neeraj Gupta, Eric Drescher, Woong-Sang Yoon, Joel Sminchak, James Hicks, and Wendy Condit from Battelle conducted the investigation of PRB performance at DoD sites. Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), Oak Ridge, Tennessee is the coordinating partner for the DOE study. Permeable reactive barriers (PRB) are developing into an entire new class of technologies for groundwater remediation. A permeable barrier is a porous barrier that is placed in the path of a groundwater plume, in various configurations.

5. Moffett Field Mountainview, Ca. Pilot Scale. In 1996, the Navy participated in a pilot scale permeable reactive barrier project. The Navy’s PRB was a gate design consisting of a zone of zero valence iron followed by a biosparge zone. 6. BP Hitco Gardena, Ca. continuous sand/zvi mix guar gum used to maintain trench. The area for the gate was excavated down to the bay silt/clay layer (22 ft. bgs) and a 2 ft. thick concrete pad was poured to prevent the barrier assembly from settling.

A comparative evaluation of the monitoring results from 19 Fe0-permeable reactive barriers (PRBs) is presented which considers changes of groundwater composition within the Fe0-PRBs, the type and distribution o.

A comparative evaluation of the monitoring results from 19 Fe0-permeable reactive barriers (PRBs) is presented which considers changes of groundwater composition within the Fe0-PRBs, the type and distribution of mineral phases that precipitate, porosity reductions, extent of the load of inorganic groundwater constituents and the overall performance

Performance Evaluation of a Pilot-Scale Permeable Reactive Barrier at Former Naval Air Station Moffett .

Performance Evaluation of a Pilot-Scale Permeable Reactive Barrier at Former Naval Air Station Moffett Field, Mountain View, California. by Arun Gavaskar, Bruce Sass, Neeraj Gupta, James Hicks, Charles Reeter. Coauthors & Alternates.

This is a NAVAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING SERVICE CENTER PORT HUENEME CA report procured by the Pentagon and made available for public release. It has been reproduced in the best form available to the Pentagon. It is not spiral-bound, but rather assembled with Velobinding in a soft, white linen cover. The Storming Media report number is A954663. The abstract provided by the Pentagon follows: A pilot scale permeable reactive barrier (PRB) or treatment wall demonstration project was initiated by the U.S. Navy EFA West at the former Naval Air Station Moffett Field site in Mountain View, California about 3 years ago. Performance evaluations and cost-benefit analyses were performed by the U. S. Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center (NFESC) and were sponsored by the Department of Defense (DoD) Environmental Security Technology Certification Program (ESTCP). The Moffett Field PRB uses a funnel-and-gate design, where the funnel is made of interlocking steel sheet piles and the gate consists of a reactive cell filled with zero-valent granular iron. Since its construction in April 1996, groundwater monitoring was conducted on a quarterly basis to demonstrate the effectiveness of the barrier technology in capturing and remediating groundwater that contained dissolved chlorinated hydrocarbon compounds. The primary contaminants of concern at Moffett Field in the vicinity of the PRB are trichloroethene (TCE), cis-1,2 dichloroethene (cDCE), and perchloroethene (PCE) at upgradient concentrations of about 2900 micrograms per liter (micrograms/L), 280 micrograms/L, and 26 microgram/L, respectively. Quarterly monitoring events included water level measurements, field parameter testing, and groundwater sampling at about 75 monitoring points. Two tracer tests using bromide solutions and flow meter testing were also completed in April and August 1997 at the site. Iron cell coring samples were collected and analyzed in December 1997 for use as indicators of reactivity and longevity.