Al Valocchi
Al Valocchi
Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Univ. of Illinois
Verified email at illinois.edu
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Validity of the local equilibrium assumption for modeling sorbing solute transport through homogeneous soils
AJ Valocchi
Water Resources Research 21 (6), 808-820, 1985
6851985
Transport of ion‐exchanging solutes in groundwater: Chromatographic theory and field simulation
AJ Valocchi, RL Street, PV Roberts
Water Resources Research 17 (5), 1517-1527, 1981
3701981
An evaluation of mathematical models of the transport of biologically reacting solutes in saturated soils and aquifers
P Baveye, A Valocchi
Water Resources Research 25 (6), 1413-1421, 1989
3191989
Accuracy of operator splitting for advection‐dispersion‐reaction problems
AJ Valocchi, M Malmstead
Water Resources Research 28 (5), 1471-1476, 1992
2761992
Multiphase lattice Boltzmann simulations for porous media applications
H Liu, Q Kang, CR Leonardi, S Schmieschek, A NarvŠez, BD Jones, ...
Computational Geosciences 20 (4), 777-805, 2016
2712016
Constraints on the validity of equilibrium and first‐order kinetic transport models in structured soils
JC Parker, AJ Valocchi
Water Resources Research 22 (3), 399-407, 1986
2591986
Evaluation of the effects of porous media structure on mixing-controlled reactions using pore-scale modeling and micromodel experiments
TW Willingham, CJ Werth, AJ Valocchi
Environmental science & technology 42 (9), 3185-3193, 2008
2422008
Aquifer remediation design under uncertainty using a new chance constrained programming technique
DR Morgan, JW Eheart, AJ Valocchi
Water resources research 29 (3), 551-561, 1993
2321993
Cost‐effective long‐term groundwater monitoring design using a genetic algorithm and global mass interpolation
P Reed, B Minsker, AJ Valocchi
Water Resources Research 36 (12), 3731-3741, 2000
2192000
Monitoring network design to provide initial detection of groundwater contamination
PD Meyer, AJ Valocchi, JW Eheart
Water Resources Research 30 (9), 2647-2659, 1994
2051994
Three-dimensional lattice Boltzmann model for immiscible two-phase flow simulations
H Liu, AJ Valocchi, Q Kang
Physical Review E 85 (4), 046309, 2012
1992012
Spatial moment analysis of the transport of kinetically adsorbing solutes through stratified aquifers
AJ Valocchi
Water Resources Research 25 (2), 273-279, 1989
1951989
Expanding the role of reactive transport models in critical zone processes
L Li, K Maher, A Navarre-Sitchler, J Druhan, C Meile, C Lawrence, ...
Earth-science reviews 165, 280-301, 2017
1622017
Two-dimensional concentration distribution for mixing-controlled bioreactive transport in steady state
OA Cirpka, AJ Valocchi
Advances in water resources 30 (6-7), 1668-1679, 2007
1592007
Climate change impact on meteorological, agricultural, and hydrological drought in central Illinois
D Wang, M Hejazi, X Cai, AJ Valocchi
Water Resources Research 47 (9), 2011
1452011
Pore‐scale simulation of mixing‐induced calcium carbonate precipitation and dissolution in a microfluidic pore network
H Yoon, AJ Valocchi, CJ Werth, T Dewers
Water Resources Research 48 (2), 2012
1302012
Quantitative evaluation of the enhancement of NAPL-pool dissolution by flushing and biodegradation
EA Seagren, BE Rittmann, AJ Valocchi
Environmental science & technology 28 (5), 833-839, 1994
1301994
Pore-Scale Study of Transverse Mixing Induced CaCO3 Precipitation and Permeability Reduction in a Model Subsurface Sedimentary System
C Zhang, K Dehoff, N Hess, M Oostrom, TW Wietsma, AJ Valocchi, ...
Environmental science & technology 44 (20), 7833-7838, 2010
1282010
Multicomponent transport with coupled geochemical and microbiological reactions: model description and example simulations
C Tebes-Stevens, AJ Valocchi, JM VanBriesen, BE Rittmann
Journal of Hydrology 209 (1-4), 8-26, 1998
1271998
Pore-scale simulation of liquid CO2 displacement of water using a two-phase lattice Boltzmann model
H Liu, AJ Valocchi, C Werth, Q Kang, M Oostrom
Advances in water resources 73, 144-158, 2014
1192014
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