The mathematical modelling and the simulation of the bioremediation process are fairly complex and very computational demanding. The use of parallel computers allows the prediction of the effects of bioremediation interventions safely and cheaply in a realistic timescale. Nevertheless, the data amount resulting from a real field simulation is so large that the only way to analyze it, in an effective way, is to work with its graphical interpretation, converting the huge numerical data volumes into 3D animation. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2001.

In-situ bioremediation: Advantages of parallel computing and graphical investigating techniques

Ornelli, P.;Clai, G.;
2001

Abstract

The mathematical modelling and the simulation of the bioremediation process are fairly complex and very computational demanding. The use of parallel computers allows the prediction of the effects of bioremediation interventions safely and cheaply in a realistic timescale. Nevertheless, the data amount resulting from a real field simulation is so large that the only way to analyze it, in an effective way, is to work with its graphical interpretation, converting the huge numerical data volumes into 3D animation. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2001.
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