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Groundwater Engineering - Recent Advances : Proceedings of the International Symposium, Okayama, Japan, May 2003 - Iichiro Kono

Groundwater Engineering - Recent Advances

Proceedings of the International Symposium, Okayama, Japan, May 2003

By: Iichiro Kono (Editor), Makato Nishigaki (Editor), Mitsuru Komatsu (Editor)

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"This book contains peer reviewed papers presented at the International Symposium on Groundwater Problems related to geo-Environment held in Okayama, Japan, in May 2003. The symposium was organized to promote the exchange of ideas, and the latest developments in research and practice in the fields of geo-environment and groundwater from all over the world. The papers in the book have been grouped into six major themes. These are: Dewatering in excavation sites; Subsurface water and stability of slopes; Preservation of natural groundwater flow; Contamination of soil and groundwater investigation; Prediction and remediation; Field survey and determination of hydraulic properties; Modeling and analysis of groundwater flow."

Preface
Organization
Acknowledgements
Multiple manifestations of hydrogeologic scaling and their joint theoretical interpretationp. 3
Observational method for tunnel construction considering environmental impact to groundwaterp. 17
Evaluation of benefits of partial source zone treatment using intermediate-scale physical model testing and numerical analysisp. 25
The contribution of natural attenuation processes for the remediation of contaminated sitesp. 37
Dynamics of solute exchange between a fracture and the surrounding matrixp. 41
Groundwater mechanics in flood risk managementp. 53
Mitigation of the effects induced by the rise of the water table around underground structuresp. 69
Evaluating risk after remediation for NAPL contaminated sitesp. 75
Groundwater and geoenvironmental quality issues in the Langat Basin, Malaysiap. 89
Saline water intrusion into fresh groundwater aquifer at eastern area, Cheju Island, Koreap. 99
Operational systems for water management under extreme climatic conditionsp. 111
Characterization and modeling of hydraulic property of fractured rock massp. 119
Construction management to secure the water sealing function of underground LPG storage cavern tanksp. 135
Blow-out of soil particles during construction of a caisson type pilep. 139
Three-dimensional numerical investigation of piping for excavations in cohesionless soilsp. 145
An example of groundwater control measures in large-scale open-cut worksp. 151
Simplified design method of deepwells placed in excavation areap. 161
Changes in strength characteristics of rock-powder under the action of carbonic acidp. 171
Failure of cut slopes in the Izumi group and associated action of groundwaterp. 177
The change in suction and water content in natural Masado slopes due to rainfallp. 181
Influence of spatial distribution of caves on salt-water intrusion in Ryukyu limestone aquifer in Komesu underground dam basin, Okinawa Islandp. 191
Soil structure and change of free groundwater in the Kanto Loam formationp. 199
Instability of foundations undergoing rise in groundwater levelp. 205
Simulations on the effects of tillage on pressure head, subsurface drainage, and groundwater rechargep. 211
Basic concept on preservation of natural groundwater flows from intercepting by underground structurep. 217
Investigation procedure for preserving groundwater flowsp. 223
Design on groundwater flow preservation measuresp. 229
Construction of preservation facilities on natural groundwater flowsp. 237
Methods on observing groundwater flow and maintaining facilities for preserving natural groundwater flowsp. 243
Groundwater flow preservation measures for linear underground structures in urbanized areasp. 247
Preservation countermeasures for groundwater flow against the linear open cut tunnel in low alluvial plain with dissected valleyp. 255
A monitoring technique of remediation of groundwater using resistivity conesp. 265
Groundwater studies and mitigation programs for arsenic contamination in Bangladeshp. 271
Nitrate pollution in groundwater in the lower reach of the Yellow River, case study in Shandong Province, Chinap. 279
Some considerations on the restorative effectiveness and efficiency of the groundwater pumping in impervious wallp. 285
Numerical simulation of impact by precipitation on bioremediation process of hydrocarbon-contaminated groundwaterp. 291
Copper adsorption by decomposed granite soil and its effect on the breakthrough curvep. 299
Centrifuge modeling of LNAPL infiltration in sand deposits with an impervious sheetp. 305
In-situ electrokinetic and hydraulic remediation of saturated aquifer contaminated by heavy metalp. 311
A designing method for in-situ bioremediation of TCE contaminated groundwater with cometabolic degradationp. 317
Subsurface environmental change after HRC injectionp. 323
Remediation of hydrocarbon contamination in groundwater using in-situ biospargingp. 329
Nitrogen contamination from fertilizer in tea plantation, Kiku River basin, Japanp. 335
Electro-chemical remediation of VOCs contaminated groundwaterp. 343
Evaluation of remedial actions for a contaminated site using risk assessment approachesp. 351
DNAPL contaminant mass outflux rate and its relation to remediation cleanup levelp. 359
Contaminant migration from a line source: a mathematical modelp. 367
Influence of the kinematic viscosity of oil contaminants in the compaction and hydraulic conductivity in certain type of soilsp. 373
Large-scale model test of ethanol-bentonite slurry cutoff wallp. 379
Field investigation of groundwater contamination due to nitric acid in Matsumoto Basin, Nagano, Japanp. 387
On predicting the effects of hexavalent chromium leached from cement treated soilp. 393
A study on evaluating hydraulic conductivity of soil with numerical analysis of groundwater flow and resistivity investigationp. 403
A study on clogging characteristics of recharge well depended on hydraulic gradientp. 409
Studies on natural and artificial recharge mechanisms in diluvial upland using [superscript 222]Rn concentration in groundwater as tracerp. 417
Estimation method of permeability distributions of rock mass with fracture frequencyp. 423
Application of directional core drilling system to geological evaluation of liquefied petroleum gas underground storage base at Kurashiki sitep. 431
Strong evidence for permeability scale effect in fractured rockp. 437
Subsurface structure and groundwater of the Takamatsu crater (cauldron) by CSAMT method and boring datap. 443
Discrimination of shallow and deep permeable zones by time-series electric prospecting in a rock mass slopep. 451
Investigations and tests for evaluating the permeability of pyroxene andesitep. 459
Laboratory column test for measuring long-term partial saturation in sandp. 467
Comparison of analysis methods of slug test data sets: usage of Hvorslev and Cooper et al. methodsp. 471
Determination of unsaturated hydraulic conductivity taking account of in-situ testp. 475
Application of highly viscous fluid tests to jointed rock masses and evaluation of test resultsp. 483
A new three-dimensional analysis system for seepage problem applying a meshless methodp. 493
A groundwater flow analysis at coastal area considering regression and transgressionp. 501
Numerical analysis for seepage of rainwater and evaporation of pore water in unsaturated soilp. 509
Groundwater modelling of the Triassic Sandstone aquifer in the Selby area, North Yorkshire, UKp. 517
VRML modeling of subsurface and groundwater movementp. 523
An integrated stream and groundwater model for simulating groundwater-stream exchange in an alluvial plain, Kofu basinp. 531
Experimental study of permeability of a minute gapp. 539
The effect of underground liquefied petroleum gas storage base construction to the surface oil-refinery complex facilities at Kurashikip. 545
Geochemical approaches to understanding a deep groundwater flow system in the Tono area, Gifu-ken Japanp. 555
Hydrogeological modeling and groundwater flow simulation for effective hydrogeological characterization in the Tono area, Gifu, Japanp. 563
Fundamental characteristics of transport phenomenon in unsaturated zonep. 571
Prediction error of groundwater behavior by inverse modeling with bootstrap re-sampling methodp. 579
Analysis of groundwater flow around a fault zone in fractured rock mass - use of fractured rock aquifer as a reliable groundwater sources for Tangalle area, Sri Lankap. 585
Use of DEM to model the contact force between soil particles in moist conditionp. 593
Advection and dispersion analysis in Gaussian and non-Gaussian random field of permeabilityp. 597
Case studies on designs of multi-well system with matrix schemep. 605
Numerical modeling of the groundwater flow changes due to the construction of the Aspo Hard Rock Laboratoryp. 611
3D lattice Boltzmann simulation of fluid flow in fractured rockp. 619
Author indexp. 625
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ISBN: 9789058093851
ISBN-10: 9058093859
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 642
Published: 1st January 2003
Publisher: TAYLOR & FRANCIS
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 25.4 x 17.78  x 3.51
Weight (kg): 1.32
Edition Number: 1