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BIOCHLOR22_2000 - BIOCHLOR Natural Attenuation Decision...

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Unformatted text preview: BIOCHLOR Natural Attenuation Decision Support System Cape Canaveral Data Input Instructions: Version 2.2 Fire Training Area 115 1. Enter value directly....or Excel 2000 Run Name 2. Calculate by filling in gray TYPE OF CHLORINATED SOLVENT: Ethenes 5. GENERAL 0.02 cells. Press Enter, then Ethanes Simulation Time* 33 (yr) estore formulas, hit "Restore Formulas" bu 1. ADVECTION Modeled Area Width* 700 (ft) Variable* Data used directly in model. Seepage Velocity* Vs 111.7 (ft/yr) Modeled Area Length* 1085 (ft) Test if or Zone 1 Length* 1085 (ft) Biotransformation Hydraulic Conductivity K 1.8E-02 (cm/sec) Zone 2 Length* (ft) is Occurring Hydraulic Gradient i (ft/ft) Effective Porosity n 0.2 (-) 6. SOURCE DATA TYPE: Decaying 2. DISPERSION Single Planar Alpha x* 40 (ft) (Alpha y) / (Alpha x)* 0.1 (-) Source Thickness in Sat. Zone* 56 (ft) (Alpha z) / (Alpha x)* 1.E-99 (-) Y1 3. ADSORPTION Width* (ft) 105 Retardation Factor* R or Conc. (mg/L)* C1 (1/yr) Soil Bulk Density, rho 1.6 (kg/L) PCE .056 0.2 FractionOrganicCarbon, foc 1.8E-3 (-) TCE 15.8 0.2 View of Plume Looking Down Partition Coefficient Koc DCE 98.5 0.2 PCE 426 (L/kg) 7.13 (-) VC 3.08 0.2 Observed Centerline Conc. at Monitoring Wells TCE 130 (L/kg) 2.87 (-) ETH 0.03 0.2 DCE 125 (L/kg) 2.80 (-) VC 30 (L/kg) 1.43 (-) 7. FIELD DATA FOR COMPARISON ETH 302 (L/kg) 5.35 (-) PCE Conc. (mg/L) .056 Common R (used in model)* = 2.87 TCE Conc. (mg/L) 15.8 .22 .017 .024 .019 4. BIOTRANSFORMATION-1st Order Decay Coefficient* DCE Conc. (mg/L) 98.5 3.48 .776 1.2 .556 Zone 1 half-life (yrs) Yield VC Conc. (mg/L) 3.1 3.08 .797 2.52 5.024 PCE TCE 2.000 0.79 ETH Conc. (mg/L) 0.0 .188 .107 .15 TCE DCE 1.000 0.74 Distance from Source (ft) 560 650 930 1085 DCE VC 0.700 0.64 Date Data Collected 1998 VC ETH 0.400 0.45 8. CHOOSE TYPE OF OUTPUT TO SEE: Zone 2 half-life (yrs) PCE TCE 0.000 TCE DCE 0.000 DCE VC 0.000 VC ETH 0.000 k s * λ (1/yr) λ (1/yr) Vertical Plane Source: Determine Source Well Location and Input Solvent Concentrations and Input Concentrations L W or Zone 2= L - Zone 1 λ HELP aste Examp ulas for Vs RUN CENTERLINE Help ral AttenuationScreening Pro RUN ARRAY C RESET Source Options SEE OUTPUT Calc.Alpha x Natural Attenuation Interpretation Score Screening Inadequate evidence for anaerobic biodegradation* of chlorinated organics 0 to 5 Protocol Limited evidence for anaerobic biodegradation* of chlorinated organics 6 to 14 Score: Adequate evidence for anaerobic biodegradation* of chlorinated organics 15 to 20 Strong evidence for anaerobic biodegradation* of chlorinated organics >20 Scroll to End of Table Concentration in Points Analysis Most Contam. Zone Interpretation Yes No Awarded Oxygen*...
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This note was uploaded on 08/06/2008 for the course ESM 222 taught by Professor Keller during the Spring '08 term at UCSB.

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