In a large, populated city, how we use water and land is one of the few ways in which we can determine the relationship between the natural environment and human activity.
Clean water and uncontaminated land are one of the most important requirements for health safety and security.
When a site is found to be contaminated, it requires a detailed investigation to be carried out, but appropriate measures need to be taken to ensure that the water and land are safe to use again, taking into account the possible impact on downstream areas.
BES provides a variety of data analysis, evaluation, and impact prediction services based on computer simulations, which are necessary for the protection of water and land.
Predicting the remediation effect of air sparging and soil vapor extraction for cleaning (TOUGH3 simulator): We support the design, prediction, and visualization of various in-situ remediation plans that are difficult to perform in laboratory experiments by capturing the complex non-isothermal multiphase fluid flow in subsurface environment.