Study on Transformation Rules of Diesel Fuels Contaminated Aquifer
Study on migration and transformation rules of diesel fuels pollution by using two-dimensional plexiglass tank to simulate underground aquifers. Through regular monitoring of the sampling ports in total petroleum hydrocarbon content of the water to determine the diesel fuels in the medium sand aquifer in the migration process, and compute out parameters of diesel fuels pollution in the medium sand aquifer in the mathematical model of migration. This prediction of diesel fuels pollution in the migration of sand media. The results showed: the highest values of different sampling ports used by the time its location is closely related to distance to sources, the concentration rose to the highest value used in a short time. The sampling ports far away from the pollution spilling place rose to the highest value of concentration used in a long time. After diesel fuels leaked 40 d later, the simulation of pollutants reached the bottom slot, and diesel fuels can be calculated transfered with a speed of 1cm•d-1, and then after 20 d more, TPH can be moved to simulate the water tank side pollution of the aquifer region.
Qi Luo and Yuanzhi Wang
Z. H. Qu et al., "Study on Transformation Rules of Diesel Fuels Contaminated Aquifer", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 181-182, pp. 636-641, 2011