Reactive transport modeling using HP2

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Mehr
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Reactive transport modeling using HP2

Post by Mehr » Wed Mar 20, 2019 8:46 pm

Hello Jirka,

I am working on a reactive transport problem on arsenic release using HP2.

I was wondering if HP2 can do reactive transport in a transient flow system. The reactions that are affected by the transient flow system are redox, (sulfide mineral oxidation), secondary mineral precipitation, sorption and desorption from iron oxide minerals.

Thanks,
Mehr

Jirka
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Re: Reactive transport modeling using HP2

Post by Jirka » Thu Mar 21, 2019 7:57 am

Yes, HP2 should be able to consider reactive transport in a transient flow system. I would probably start with HP1 (which has similar capabilities; and it is easier and faster to use) first, before moving to HP2.

J.

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