Porosity Influenced on Prediction of Enterobacter Transport in Heterogeneous Sand Graved Depositions
Received Date: April 24, 2019; Published Date: May 13, 2019
Porosity variation was observed to established high predominant heterogeneous concentration in this study, this condition was monitored on development of derived model to monitor the transport to phreatic depositions, such observed condition was found significant by applying nonhomogeneous system in monitoring the rates of Enterobacter transport in sand gravel formation. Linear trend were observed on the validation of the derived model simulation values, but monitoring the rate of porosity reflection on the transport process was when the concentration were plotted against variation of porosity, the lowest soil porosity developed highest concentration, while the highest soil porosity generated lowest concentration of the contaminant, the system from the expression shows the rate at which variation of soil porosity reflect it influence on the growth rate of Enterobacter in sand gravel deposition, the study has significant detailed various rate of porosity effect on the transport process to phreatic beds, the rate of migration also explained various rate of porosity variation based on porous rocks disintegration at various soil matrix, these are structured to develop variations of porous medium in sand grave formations. Such condition has made this paper imperative to monitor the growth rate of Enterobacter transport under the influences of porosity variation in sand grave depositions.
Keywords: Porosity; Prediction Enterobacter; Transport; Sand gravel
Quality ground water the litho structure of the formation will definitely develop reflection, that is why the transport of this contaminant are observed to influence the rate of concentration from this present study, most ground water globally are polluted due the activity of human [1-5]. it is very imperative to note that several bacteria can be removed through media even when the percentage retained is very high. Animal faces contain massive numbers of bacteria including other several enter natural water systems.
Shallow aquifer sediments interstices o can easily accommodate bacteria and probably protozoa and fungi as well. Greater microbes can be excluded from most subsurface formations, except for those formation that deposit gravelly and cavernous aquifers [6-11] pollution that contain microbiological are derived mostly from human and animal activities such as unsewered settlements; onsite sanitation; cemeteries; waste disposal; waste disposal; feedlots; etc. However, with very limited exemptions the only waterborne microbial pathogens of man are vitally human bacteria, viruses and protozoa, consideration the safety on drinking water such be adhered from the point of view of infectious diseases, because if that is ignored pollution from such sources will definitely contaminant the ground waters [12-16].
C = Shigella Concentration
A(x) = void Ratio /Permeability of Soil
B(x) = Velocity of Flow
C-n-[α1x] = Porosity of soil
x = Depth
Transform the above Bernoulli’s Equation to a linear first order DE gives:
Use I.F to Solve (2) above
Hence, the general Solution becomes:
Materials and Method
Standard laboratory experiment where performed to monitor Enterobacter using the standard method for the experiment at different formation, the soil deposition of the strata were collected in sequences base on the structural deposition of the lithology at different locations, this samples collected at different location generated variations at different depths producing different Enterobacter concentration through column experiment, from the pressure flow at different strata, the experimental result were compared with the theoretical values for the validation of the model.
Results and Discussion
Results and discussion are presented in tables including graphical representation for Enterobacter concentration (Tables 1-8).
Table 1: Predictive and experimental values of Enterobacter concentration at different depth.
Table 2: Predictive and experimental values of Enterobacter concentration at different depth.
Table 3: Predictive and experimental values of Enterobacter concentration at different depth.
Table 4: Predictive and experimental values of Enterobacter concentration at different depth.
Table 5: Predictive and experimental values of Enterobacter concentration at different depth.
Table 6: Predictive and experimental values of Enterobacter concentration at different depth.
Table 7:Predictive and experimental values of Enterobacter concentration at different depth.
Table 8:Variation predictive values of Enterobacter concentration at different depth.
The Figure from 1-7 express linear trend of the Enterobacter migration in sand grave formation, the graphical representation express linear trend under exponential condition, this shows that the contaminant are under increase to the optimum depth recorded at 100m, such condition were observed in all the figures, validation were carried where all the predictive valued were compared with experiment data, and both parameters developed favorable fits, the study shows linear trend but the concentration deposition at different figure are not on linear condition, this experienced are observed in figure  where the variations of porosity were monitored at different depth, the deposited of porosity were plotted against concentration at different depth, the figure shows how porosity influence are reelected on the concentration applying nonhomogeneous system, the figure express the rate of concentration from [3-100m] of the formation, this condition explained the litho structure of the deposition in heterogeneous setting, these factors were monitored through the predominant formation characteristics monitored to influence the system in heterogeneous sand grave depositions, the concentration of the contaminant in sand gravel express several litho structure in study environment, it has display its rate of depositional variations of porosity in different depth, high to low concentration from the last figure explained extensively the detailed transport influence of the contaminant, the derived simulation values were compared with experimental values and both parameters express best fit correlation.
The study monitoring the reflection influence from porosity depositions in sand grave formation, the study observed linear trend in the figure compared with experimental values, these parameter developed best fits correlation, but the reflection of porosity on Enterobacter migration to phreatic deposition were observed through comparison between concentration at different depth and variation of soil porosity. The study experienced high to low concentration; different from exponential rate in other figures, this expression examined the rate of influence from soil porosity on Enterobacter transport in deltaic depositions, the rate of concentration has applied porosity depositions at different locations as a determine factor on migration rate of the contaminant. The derived solution generated this non-homogeneous system to monitor the concentration under such predominant reflection in the study area. The study has detailed the behavior of porosity heterogeneity in the transport system of Enterobacter in sand gravel depositions (Figure 8).
Conflict of Interest
No conflict of interest.
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