Jason Gerhard
Jason Gerhard
Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering
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Two‐phase flow in heterogeneous porous media: 2. Model application
BH Kueper, EO Frind
Water Resources Research 27 (6), 1059-1070, 1991
2231991
Predicting colloid transport through saturated porous media: A critical review
IL Molnar, WP Johnson, JI Gerhard, CS Willson, DM O'Carroll
Water Resources Research 51 (9), 6804-6845, 2015
1522015
Measurement and prediction of the relationship between capillary pressure, saturation, and interfacial area in a NAPL‐water‐glass bead system
ML Porter, D Wildenschild, G Grant, JI Gerhard
Water Resources Research 46 (8), 2010
1252010
Variability of point source infiltration rates for two‐phase flow in heterogeneous porous media
BH Kueper, JI Gerhard
Water Resources Research 31 (12), 2971-2980, 1995
871995
Capillary pressure characteristics necessary for simulating DNAPL infiltration, redistribution, and immobilization in saturated porous media
JI Gerhard, BH Kueper
Water Resources Research 39 (8), 2003
812003
pH control for enhanced reductive bioremediation of chlorinated solvent source zones
C Robinson, DA Barry, PL McCarty, JI Gerhard, I Kouznetsova
Science of the total environment 407 (16), 4560-4573, 2009
772009
Small-scale forward smouldering experiments for remediation of coal tar in inert media
P Pironi, C Switzer, G Rein, A Fuentes, JI Gerhard, JL Torero
Proceedings of the Combustion Institute 32 (2), 1957-1964, 2009
772009
Relative permeability characteristics necessary for simulating DNAPL infiltration, redistribution, and immobilization in saturated porous media
JI Gerhard, BH Kueper
Water Resources Research 39 (8), 2003
712003
Self-sustaining smoldering combustion: a novel remediation process for non-aqueous-phase liquids in porous media
C Switzer, P Pironi, JI Gerhard, G Rein, JL Torero
Environmental Science & Technology 43 (15), 5871-5877, 2009
682009
Self-sustaining smoldering combustion for NAPL remediation: laboratory evaluation of process sensitivity to key parameters
P Pironi, C Switzer, JI Gerhard, G Rein, JL Torero
Environmental science & technology 45 (7), 2980-2986, 2011
622011
Simulating the dissolution of a complex dense nonaqueous phase liquid source zone: 1. Model to predict interfacial area
GP Grant, JI Gerhard
Water Resources Research 43 (12), 2007
562007
Influence of wettability variations on dynamic effects in capillary pressure
DM O'Carroll, KG Mumford, LM Abriola, JI Gerhard
Water Resources Research 46 (8), 2010
542010
Biological reduction of chlorinated solvents: batch-scale geochemical modeling
I Kouznetsova, X Mao, C Robinson, DA Barry, JI Gerhard, PL McCarty
Advances in Water Resources 33 (9), 969-986, 2010
522010
Influence of constitutive model parameters on the predicted migration of DNAPL in heterogeneous porous media
JI Gerhard, BH Kueper
Water Resources Research 39 (10), 2003
492003
The influence of waterflood design on the recovery of mobile DNAPLs
JI Gerhard, BH Kueper, GR Hecox
Ground Water 36 (2), 283, 1998
461998
Smouldering combustion as a treatment technology for faeces: exploring the parameter space
L Yermán, RM Hadden, J Carrascal, I Fabris, D Cormier, JL Torero, ...
Fuel 147, 108-116, 2015
452015
Time scales of DNAPL migration in sandy aquifers examined via numerical simulation
JI Gerhard, TW Pang, BH Kueper
Groundwater 45 (2), 147-157, 2007
452007
Improved time-lapse electrical resistivity tomography monitoring of dense non-aqueous phase liquids with surface-to-horizontal borehole arrays
C Power, JI Gerhard, P Tsourlos, P Soupios, K Simyrdanis, M Karaoulis
Journal of applied geophysics 112, 1-13, 2015
392015
The influence of precipitate formation on the chemical oxidation of TCE DNAPL with potassium permanganate
MR West, GP Grant, JI Gerhard, BH Kueper
Advances in Water Resources 31 (2), 324-338, 2008
382008
Volumetric scale-up of smouldering remediation of contaminated materials
C Switzer, P Pironi, JI Gerhard, G Rein, JL Torero
Journal of Hazardous materials 268, 51-60, 2014
362014
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