2009 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
His main research concerns Materials science, Thermodynamics, Mineralogy, Non-equilibrium thermodynamics and Aquifer. In his papers, he integrates diverse fields, such as Materials science, Lattice Boltzmann methods and Plume. His Lattice Boltzmann methods research incorporates elements of Viscosity, Capillary action, Capillary number, Viscous fingering and Displacement.
His Mineralogy research includes elements of Porosity, Dissolution and Micromodel. Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Flow under Porosity, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Porous medium. His studies in Aquifer integrate themes in fields like Water well, Hydraulic conductivity and Facility location problem, Mathematical optimization, Integer programming.
His primary scientific interests are in Porous medium, Materials science, Groundwater, Mechanics and Aquifer. The study incorporates disciplines such as Multiphase flow, Mass transfer and Statistical physics in addition to Porous medium. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Groundwater, Contamination is strongly linked to Environmental engineering.
His work on Lattice Boltzmann methods and Two-phase flow as part of general Mechanics study is frequently linked to Transverse plane, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Lattice Boltzmann methods study also includes fields such as
Albert J. Valocchi mainly focuses on Lattice Boltzmann methods, Porous medium, Mechanics, Materials science and Porosity. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Wetting, Micromodel, Capillary number, Flow and Displacement. His research on Porous medium frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Statistical physics.
His Statistical physics research focuses on subjects like Flow, which are linked to Hydrogeology. His work is dedicated to discovering how Mechanics, Surface tension are connected with Classical mechanics and other disciplines. His research in Porosity focuses on subjects like Permeability, which are connected to Pore scale, Soil science, Mineralogy and Mass transfer.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Lattice Boltzmann methods, Capillary number, Porous medium, Materials science and Viscosity. He interconnects Statistical physics, Displacement, Permeability and Micromodel in the investigation of issues within Lattice Boltzmann methods. Albert J. Valocchi combines subjects such as Dissolution, Mineralogy and Pore scale with his study of Permeability.
His research in Dissolution intersects with topics in Groundwater flow and Aquifer. The Porous medium study combines topics in areas such as Critical value, Environmental engineering, Shear stress, Flow and Shrinkage. His research investigates the connection with Mechanics and areas like Surface tension which intersect with concerns in Classical mechanics.
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Validity of the local equilibrium assumption for modeling sorbing solute transport through homogeneous soils
Albert J. Valocchi.
Water Resources Research (1985)
Transport of ion‐exchanging solutes in groundwater: Chromatographic theory and field simulation
Albert J. Valocchi;Robert L. Street;Paul V. Roberts.
Water Resources Research (1981)
Multiphase lattice Boltzmann simulations for porous media applications : a review
Haihu Liu;Qinjun Kang;Christopher R. Leonardi;Christopher R. Leonardi;Sebastian Schmieschek;Sebastian Schmieschek.
Computational Geosciences (2016)
An evaluation of mathematical models of the transport of biologically reacting solutes in saturated soils and aquifers
Philippe Baveye;Albert J Valocchi.
Water Resources Research (1989)
Accuracy of operator splitting for advection‐dispersion‐reaction problems
Albert J. Valocchi;Michael Malmstead.
Water Resources Research (1992)
Evaluation of the effects of porous media structure on mixing-controlled reactions using pore-scale modeling and micromodel experiments.
Thomas W. Willingham;Charles J. Werth;Albert J. Valocchi.
Environmental Science & Technology (2008)
Constraints on the Validity of Equilibrium and First-Order Kinetic Transport Models in Structured Soils
J. C. Parker;Albert J Valocchi.
Water Resources Research (1986)
Aquifer remediation design under uncertainty using a new chance constrained programming technique
David R. Morgan;J. Wayland Eheart;Albert J. Valocchi.
Water Resources Research (1993)
Cost-effective long-term groundwater monitoring design using a genetic algorithm and global mass interpolation
Patrick Reed;Barbara Minsker;Albert J. Valocchi.
Three-dimensional lattice Boltzmann model for immiscible two-phase flow simulations.
Haihu Liu;Albert J. Valocchi;Qinjun Kang.
Physical Review E (2012)
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