Modelo analítico del transporte de mezclas químicas multiespecies que comprenden subproductos degradables sujetos a una dispersión dependiente de la escala

貢獻的翻譯標題: 由受尺度相关弥散作用影响的可降解副产物组成的多物种化学混合物迁移的解析模型

Jui Sheng Chen, Ssu Yen Jiang, Heejun Suk, Ching Ping Liang, Chen Wuing Liu

研究成果: 雜誌貢獻期刊論文同行評審


Although efforts to analytically model multispecies reactive transport have already been reported, most of the studies utilized the advection-dispersion equations coupled with sequential decay chain reactions with a constant dispersion coefficient. Over the past 30 or 40 years, however, some studies have demonstrated that the dispersivity increases with the distance the solute travels, which is an outcome of variation in the hydraulic characteristics of the subsurface environment. The numerical modelling of multispecies reactive transport associated with a scale-dependent solute dispersion process has been discussed in the literature. In this study, an analytical model for plume migration of a chemical mixture comprised of the original pollutant and its degradation-related byproducts, subject to a scale-dependent dispersion process, is developed by taking advantage of the Laplace transform technique for the temporal variable and the generalized integral transform technique for the spatial variable. The correctness of the developed model is evaluated by comparisons with a numerical model in which the same set of governing equations are solved using the Laplace transform finite difference (LTFD) technique. The computational results obtained with the analytical and LTFD numerical models agree perfectly. To illustrate the impact of a scale-dependent dispersion process on the multispecies plume migration of the original contaminant and its degradation-related byproducts, this paper makes a comparison of the developed multispecies model with a model of the constant dispersion coefficient.

頁(從 - 到)453-464
期刊Hydrogeology Journal
出版狀態已出版 - 3月 2023


  • Analytical modelling
  • Degradation-related chemical mixture
  • Dispersion
  • Solute transport