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Environmental Engineering

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  • The storage and collection of fluids in exhausted underground reservoirs, such as waste water, natural gas or waste gases;

 

  • The transport of NAPL contaminants into multi-aquifers systems;

 

  • The development of 2D or 3D meteorological models for the atmospheric dispersion.

 

  • The simulation of the dispersion of pollutants into atmosphere, emitted by punctual (chimneys, etc.), linear (roads, waterways, etc.) or areal (pools, storage areas, etc.) sources, using the AERMOD, CALPUFF , Etc.

To perform these simulations, M3E uses state-of-the-art numerical codes, developed both by the University of Padua and in-house, already tested in several applications:

 

CATHY:  3D simulation code for the coupling between groundwater flow in confined and unconfined aquifers and surface runoff;

 

CODES:  nonlinear simulation of flow and heat and mass transport processes in non-isothermal motions with density for the prediction of diffusion and transport of NAPL contaminants and the salt water intrusion;

 

TRAN3D: 3D simulation code for the transport of contaminants in confined multi-aquifers systems.

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