Introduction to Groundwater Flow and Transport of DNAPL in Fractured Sedimentary Rock

GroundwaterU Video Summary

This animation illustrates some fundamentals of dense
non-aqueous phase liquid (DNAPL) transport in fractured rock. It is based on a
real site where extensive site characterization was performed. Animation shows
the following features/phenomena:

1. Preferential groundwater flow through fracture network

2. DNAPL architecture

3. Dissolution of DNAPL and solute advection through
fractures

3. Matrix diffusion

4. Groundwater plume migration pathways

About this Video

Source: youtu.be/CjKZXbWYci0?si=tGXXmUln1TNAEbRc
Video Creator: Andrew J.B. Cohen
Recommended/Summary by: Andrew Cohen
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Video Language: English
Video Category: Science/Engineering
Multimedia Type: Animation/Simulation, Descriptive Text
Presentation Style: Lecture, Demonstration, Meeting, Webinar, Other
Technical Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced