SOFTWARE
BioRedox-MT3Dv1

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bioredox-cah

BioRedox-MT3D v1 is a 3-D reactive transport model which was developed by Grant Carey of Porewater Solutions, with support from Dr. Paul Van Geel (Carleton University) and J. Richard Murphy (Conestoga-Rovers & Associates or CRA), and was developed with partial funding provided by CRA. 

BioRedox-MT3D provides a flexible reaction framework which allows for optional simulation of coupled oxidation-reduction reactions (e.g. electron donors and electron acceptors), sequential reductive dehalogenation or radionuclide decay, cometabolic degradation, and substrate-dependent or inhibitor-dependent reaction rates.

BioRedox-MT3D also uses a unique visualization system which facilitates plotting redox zones and contaminant of concern concentrations on a single figure.

BioRedox-MT3D v1 is a public domain model and may be freely copied or re-distributed.  Source code, User manuals, and example simulations are available below for download.

 
Users Guide
Verification Manual
Tutorial Manual
Executables and source codes

References:

Carey, G.R., P.J. Van Geel, E.A. McBean, and F.A. Rovers, 1999, Application of a Biodegradation‑Redox Model for Predicting Bioremediation Performance, in P. Baveye, J.C. Block, and V.V. Goncharuk, (Eds.), Bioavailability of Organic Xenobiotics in the Environment: Practical Consequences for the Environment, Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 73‑77.

Schreiber, M., D. Feinstein, G.R. Carey and J. Bahr, 2003, Physical and Chemical Mechanisms Causing Overlap of Redox Byproducts: Implications for Simulating Anaerobic Biodegradation, Journal of Contaminant Hydrology.

Carey, G.R., 2006 Plattsburgh Mass Balance Modeling Case Study, invited to submit to Savannah River National Laboratory, 2006.

 

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