Ionic transport in compacted bentonite: Preliminary equilibrium results

Jarmo Lehikoinen, Arto Muurinen, Markus Olin

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference article in proceedingsScientificpeer-review

Abstract

An attempt is made to decompose some quantities, most commonly integrated over the chemical composition, the structure of the pore network and the time scale, into their differential counterparts. Into this category typically fall, say, the apparent diffusivities of ionic species. To serve this objective, a two-dimensional unsteady molecular-level electrokinetic transport model for ionic species in bentonite clays will be developed. The model incorporates additional features to the conventional Gouy-Chapman (GC) theory: ionic hydration, dielectric saturation, and the volume exclusion of ions. The governing equations for the flow of electrolyte solution through the pores are solved by an iterative numerical scheme to relate the characteristics of the flow to the characteristics of the pores and to the composition of the external solution in contact with the clay. The pore geometry of the clay is modelled as an array of non-interconnected tortuous channels with no parallel or serial-type non-uniformities along the pathway. This roughly corresponds to the picture of clay particles of infinite extent aligned in parallel and spaced apart by a constant distance. The model aims to simulate and interpret equilibrium and transport experiments for bentonite clays containing different types of background electrolytes at various compactions. Specifically, emphasis is placed on quantifying the extent of co-ion exclusion and understanding the postulated surface diffusion mechanism on the basis of the well-established electric double-layer (EDL) theory. This contribution presents and discusses some preliminary results, based on the modified Boltzmann statistics, for the equilibrating part of the model.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationScientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management XXI, MRS Symposium Proceedings
EditorsIan McKinley, Charles McCombie
Place of PublicationWarrendale
PublisherMaterials research society
Pages383 - 390
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1998
MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication
EventMRS Symposium: Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management XXI - Davos, Switzerland
Duration: 23 Sep 19973 Oct 2020

Publication series

SeriesMaterials Research Society Symposia Proceedings
Volume506
ISSN0272-9172

Conference

ConferenceMRS Symposium: Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management XXI
CountrySwitzerland
CityDavos
Period23/09/973/10/20

Fingerprint

bentonite
clay
electrolyte
ion
hydration
diffusivity
compaction
chemical composition
saturation
timescale
geometry
experiment

Cite this

Lehikoinen, J., Muurinen, A., & Olin, M. (1998). Ionic transport in compacted bentonite: Preliminary equilibrium results. In I. McKinley, & C. McCombie (Eds.), Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management XXI, MRS Symposium Proceedings (pp. 383 - 390). Warrendale: Materials research society. Materials Research Society Symposia Proceedings, Vol.. 506 https://doi.org/10.1557/PROC-506-383
Lehikoinen, Jarmo ; Muurinen, Arto ; Olin, Markus. / Ionic transport in compacted bentonite: Preliminary equilibrium results. Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management XXI, MRS Symposium Proceedings. editor / Ian McKinley ; Charles McCombie. Warrendale : Materials research society, 1998. pp. 383 - 390 (Materials Research Society Symposia Proceedings, Vol. 506).
@inproceedings{51c86e893002439ca20cf415e8eb5d23,
title = "Ionic transport in compacted bentonite: Preliminary equilibrium results",
abstract = "An attempt is made to decompose some quantities, most commonly integrated over the chemical composition, the structure of the pore network and the time scale, into their differential counterparts. Into this category typically fall, say, the apparent diffusivities of ionic species. To serve this objective, a two-dimensional unsteady molecular-level electrokinetic transport model for ionic species in bentonite clays will be developed. The model incorporates additional features to the conventional Gouy-Chapman (GC) theory: ionic hydration, dielectric saturation, and the volume exclusion of ions. The governing equations for the flow of electrolyte solution through the pores are solved by an iterative numerical scheme to relate the characteristics of the flow to the characteristics of the pores and to the composition of the external solution in contact with the clay. The pore geometry of the clay is modelled as an array of non-interconnected tortuous channels with no parallel or serial-type non-uniformities along the pathway. This roughly corresponds to the picture of clay particles of infinite extent aligned in parallel and spaced apart by a constant distance. The model aims to simulate and interpret equilibrium and transport experiments for bentonite clays containing different types of background electrolytes at various compactions. Specifically, emphasis is placed on quantifying the extent of co-ion exclusion and understanding the postulated surface diffusion mechanism on the basis of the well-established electric double-layer (EDL) theory. This contribution presents and discusses some preliminary results, based on the modified Boltzmann statistics, for the equilibrating part of the model.",
author = "Jarmo Lehikoinen and Arto Muurinen and Markus Olin",
year = "1998",
doi = "10.1557/PROC-506-383",
language = "English",
series = "Materials Research Society Symposia Proceedings",
publisher = "Materials research society",
pages = "383 -- 390",
editor = "Ian McKinley and Charles McCombie",
booktitle = "Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management XXI, MRS Symposium Proceedings",
address = "United States",

}

Lehikoinen, J, Muurinen, A & Olin, M 1998, Ionic transport in compacted bentonite: Preliminary equilibrium results. in I McKinley & C McCombie (eds), Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management XXI, MRS Symposium Proceedings. Materials research society, Warrendale, Materials Research Society Symposia Proceedings, vol. 506, pp. 383 - 390, MRS Symposium: Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management XXI, Davos, Switzerland, 23/09/97. https://doi.org/10.1557/PROC-506-383

Ionic transport in compacted bentonite: Preliminary equilibrium results. / Lehikoinen, Jarmo; Muurinen, Arto; Olin, Markus.

Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management XXI, MRS Symposium Proceedings. ed. / Ian McKinley; Charles McCombie. Warrendale : Materials research society, 1998. p. 383 - 390 (Materials Research Society Symposia Proceedings, Vol. 506).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference article in proceedingsScientificpeer-review

TY - GEN

T1 - Ionic transport in compacted bentonite: Preliminary equilibrium results

AU - Lehikoinen, Jarmo

AU - Muurinen, Arto

AU - Olin, Markus

PY - 1998

Y1 - 1998

N2 - An attempt is made to decompose some quantities, most commonly integrated over the chemical composition, the structure of the pore network and the time scale, into their differential counterparts. Into this category typically fall, say, the apparent diffusivities of ionic species. To serve this objective, a two-dimensional unsteady molecular-level electrokinetic transport model for ionic species in bentonite clays will be developed. The model incorporates additional features to the conventional Gouy-Chapman (GC) theory: ionic hydration, dielectric saturation, and the volume exclusion of ions. The governing equations for the flow of electrolyte solution through the pores are solved by an iterative numerical scheme to relate the characteristics of the flow to the characteristics of the pores and to the composition of the external solution in contact with the clay. The pore geometry of the clay is modelled as an array of non-interconnected tortuous channels with no parallel or serial-type non-uniformities along the pathway. This roughly corresponds to the picture of clay particles of infinite extent aligned in parallel and spaced apart by a constant distance. The model aims to simulate and interpret equilibrium and transport experiments for bentonite clays containing different types of background electrolytes at various compactions. Specifically, emphasis is placed on quantifying the extent of co-ion exclusion and understanding the postulated surface diffusion mechanism on the basis of the well-established electric double-layer (EDL) theory. This contribution presents and discusses some preliminary results, based on the modified Boltzmann statistics, for the equilibrating part of the model.

AB - An attempt is made to decompose some quantities, most commonly integrated over the chemical composition, the structure of the pore network and the time scale, into their differential counterparts. Into this category typically fall, say, the apparent diffusivities of ionic species. To serve this objective, a two-dimensional unsteady molecular-level electrokinetic transport model for ionic species in bentonite clays will be developed. The model incorporates additional features to the conventional Gouy-Chapman (GC) theory: ionic hydration, dielectric saturation, and the volume exclusion of ions. The governing equations for the flow of electrolyte solution through the pores are solved by an iterative numerical scheme to relate the characteristics of the flow to the characteristics of the pores and to the composition of the external solution in contact with the clay. The pore geometry of the clay is modelled as an array of non-interconnected tortuous channels with no parallel or serial-type non-uniformities along the pathway. This roughly corresponds to the picture of clay particles of infinite extent aligned in parallel and spaced apart by a constant distance. The model aims to simulate and interpret equilibrium and transport experiments for bentonite clays containing different types of background electrolytes at various compactions. Specifically, emphasis is placed on quantifying the extent of co-ion exclusion and understanding the postulated surface diffusion mechanism on the basis of the well-established electric double-layer (EDL) theory. This contribution presents and discusses some preliminary results, based on the modified Boltzmann statistics, for the equilibrating part of the model.

U2 - 10.1557/PROC-506-383

DO - 10.1557/PROC-506-383

M3 - Conference article in proceedings

T3 - Materials Research Society Symposia Proceedings

SP - 383

EP - 390

BT - Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management XXI, MRS Symposium Proceedings

A2 - McKinley, Ian

A2 - McCombie, Charles

PB - Materials research society

CY - Warrendale

ER -

Lehikoinen J, Muurinen A, Olin M. Ionic transport in compacted bentonite: Preliminary equilibrium results. In McKinley I, McCombie C, editors, Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management XXI, MRS Symposium Proceedings. Warrendale: Materials research society. 1998. p. 383 - 390. (Materials Research Society Symposia Proceedings, Vol. 506). https://doi.org/10.1557/PROC-506-383