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Modeling Uranium Transport in Rough-Walled Fractures with Stress-Dependent Non-Darcy Fluid Flow
The reactive-transportation of radioactive elements in fractured rock mass is critical to the storage of radioactive elements. To describe the reactive-transportation and distribution morphology of a uranium-containing solution, a stress-dependent reactive transport model was developed, and the simulator of FLAC3D-CFD was employed. The uranium transport experiment subjected to the variation of confining stress of 5–19 MPa and hydraulic pressure of 0.5–3.5 MPa was conducted in fractured rockdoi:10.3390/math10050702 fatcat:6wfhm2y5erhttaqncrmzkfcrdm