iMaGe Blog

Emilie Coene 09/02/16

Today Emilie Coene, consultant at Amphos 21, writes about the Comsol model and app she has developed  in collaboration with Dr. Orlando Silva, project director at Amphos 21, to simulate the operation of hydrophobic and oleophilic meshes. These meshes are a new and promising technique to remove oil s... Read more...

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Diego Sampietro 03/11/14

 

This post is intended to illustrate how to calculate the water age in a volume (3D model) or surface (2D model) based in the methodology proposed by Goode D.J. (1996).

The implementation in Comsol Multiphysics can be done in two different ways, namely by means of transient or steady-state simula... Read more...

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Álvaro Sáinz 14/10/14

 In this post, Álvaro Sáinz, Marie Curie PhD student at Amphos 21, blogs about a COMSOL interface he has built to simulate conservative transport in porous media.

The interface was tailored to fulfill the needs of iCP, and it is now included as one of the capabilities in iCP v1.0.

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Marek Pękala 21/05/14

 

In this post, Marek Pękala describes a recent application of Comsol at Amphos 21 to study the saturation with water of spent nuclear fuel. This work was financed by a 7FP project of the European Commission to study fast/instant release of safety relevant radionuclides from spent nuclear fuel. Com... Read more...

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Miguel Luna 12/05/14

A large-scale, long-term simulation of the hydrogeochemical behaviour of fractured rocks is shown in this post. The simulations are performed with iCP, the COMSOL-Phreeqc interface, that allows performing 3D reactive transport simulations in discrete fractures accounting for matrix diffusion (as a 4... Read more...

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