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- Data requirements for predictive landfill models
- Lamborn, Julia
- Existing predictive landfill model vary in their model complexity, predictive capability, accuracy, extent of landfill components that they cover and the required number of parameters needed to run the model. The landfill components that the more complex models include are: Biological/Microbial processes; Biochemical processes; Transport of liquid, gases and heat. Whereas the simpler models only simulate the microbial growth and decay and ignore the other processes which occur in a landfill. They also assume that the wastes are placed instantaneously and the landfill is homogenous. This abstract discusses the data requirements for the different model types.
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- Conference paper
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- Swinburne University of Technology. Faculty of Engineering and Industrial Sciences
- Proceedings of the 2nd International Workshop on the Hydro-Physico-Mechanal Properties of Wastes (HPM2), Southampton, United Kingdom, 18-19 April 2007 / Geoff Watson and Anne Stringfellow (eds.)
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- Biochemical processes; Biological microbial processes; Decay; Landfill components; Landfill modelling; Microbial growth; Waste facilities
- University of Southampton
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- Copyright © 2007.