An expert support model for in situ soil remediation

J.P. Okx, A. Stein

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Abstract

This article presents an expert support model for in situ soil remediation. It combines knowledge and experiences obtained from previous in situ soil remediations. The aim of this model is to optimise knowledge transfer among the various parties involved in contaminated site management. Structured Knowledge Engineering (SKE) has been used as a framework for model development. This approach requires scrutinising all relevant data to answer questions related to an in situ soil remediation operation. Moreover, it clarifies the roles of the different involved parties. The approach was applied to a chlorinated hydrocarbon pollution at a dry cleaner's. Use of the expert support model resulted in the development and selection of a new remediation technique
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)357-375
JournalWater Air and Soil Pollution
Volume118
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2000

Keywords

  • soil
  • soil pollution
  • sanitation
  • models
  • decision support systems

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