Please enter verification code
The Test Study of Iron Ion Migration Characteristics on Pollution Laterite
Earth Sciences
Volume 3, Issue 6, December 2014, Pages: 132-136
Received: Nov. 23, 2014; Accepted: Dec. 11, 2014; Published: Dec. 22, 2014
Views 3120      Downloads 224
Peng Liu, The Oxbridge College Kunming University of science and technology, Kun Ming, China
Ying Huang, The Power Engineering Academy Kunming University of Science and Technology, Kun Ming, China
Article Tools
Follow on us
The environmental geotechnical problems seriously affect the safety of geotechnical structure and the sustainable development of ecology. The pollution of laterite which is widely used in the infrastructure construction in Yunnan has been a grave threat to the safety of the laterite structure and groundwater as a result of the environmental problems. According to the proposed test plan for typical laterite and six ferric sulfate hydrate, different compaction work was prepared under different temperature, different moisture content and pollution for compaction sample of laterite, the concentration change of iron ion was analyzed over time, and characteristics of iron ions about the laterite migration change has been clear. The results of migrating, from the features of migrating change about iron ions, presents: at the same moment, with smaller compaction, higher moisture content, and the higher temperature, the migrating of iron ion in laterite is much faster, the concentration of iron ions is higher in the solution; at different moment, with time prolonged, it increases gradually, and it gradually reduces in the laterite. The research results will offer a theoretical foundation to the prevention and remedy of the laterite pollution in Yunnan, and will be very important in solving the problem of pollution caused by the discharge of pollutants. The results will also provide theoretical guide and technological support for the sustainable development of Yunnan economy and ecology as well as for the future laboratory experiments.
Element Fe, Migration Characteristics, Migration Test, Transportation Regularity, Pollution Laterite
To cite this article
Peng Liu, Ying Huang, The Test Study of Iron Ion Migration Characteristics on Pollution Laterite, Earth Sciences. Vol. 3, No. 6, 2014, pp. 132-136. doi: 10.11648/
Shabnam Gholamifarda, Robert Eymardb, Christian Duquennoia. Modeling anaerobic bioreactor landfills in methanogenic phase: Long term and short term behaviors [J]. Water Research, 2008,42: 5061-5071
Jiazuo Zhou, Dongqing Li. Numerical analysis of coupled water, heat and stress in saturated freezing soil [J]. Cold Regions Science and Technology, 2012,72: 43-49
Markus Bauer, Beate Fulda, Christian Blodau. Groundwater derived arsenic in high carbonate wetland soils: Sources, sinks, and mobility [J]. Science of the Total Environment, 2008,401: 109-120
Liu Peng, “The Study of Transportation Regularity for Different Element,” IEEE Xi’an. China, vol. 4, pp. 3136–3138, May 2011
Liu Peng, “The Study of Transportation Regularity Consider Temperature,” IEEE ChengDu. China, vol. 1, pp. 3–7, May 2010
Shen Jingwen. The proposition of fertilizer pesticide and wastewater irrigation in groundwater. Agricultural Environment Protection, 2009,11(3):137-139
Abdelmalek Bouazzaa, Stephan Jefferis, Thaveesak Vangpaisal. Investigation of the effects and degree of calcium exchange on the Atterberg limits and swelling of geosynthetic clay liners when subjected to wet-dry cycles [J]. Geotextiles and Geomembranes, 2007,25: 170-185
Lu Q, He Z L L, Graetz D A, Stoffella R J, Yang X E. Phytoremediation to remove nutrients and improve entropic storm waters using water lettuce [J]. Envimnmenial Science and Pollution Research, 2010,17: 84-96
Peng Zezhou, Yang Tianhang. Aquatic environment mathematical model and application [M]. Beijing: chemical engineering industry press, 2007, 1(1):5-94
Kirzhner F, Zimmels Y, Malkovskaja A, Starosvetsky J. Removal of microbial biofilm on Water Hyacinth plants roots by ultrasonic treatment [J]. Ultrasonics, 2009,49: 153-158
Science Publishing Group
1 Rockefeller Plaza,
10th and 11th Floors,
New York, NY 10020
Tel: (001)347-983-5186