Junqi Huang, Hydrologist
Dr. Huang is a hydrologist in GWERD’s Applied Research and Technical Support Branch. He holds a B.S. in hydrogeology from the Hebei College of Geology, China, and received his M.S. and Ph.D. in fluid dynamics from the Institute of Porous Flow and Fluid Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Before joining GWERD, Dr. Huang worked as an associate professor in Beijing Normal University, as a research associate at the Air Force Institute of Technology, and as a hydrogeologist at the Northwest Florida Water Management District.
Dr. Huang’s areas of research are geologic sequestration of carbon, dense nonaqueousphase liquids and flux-based site management, and hydraulic fracturing studies.
Specifically, Dr. Huang's work focuses on numerical simulation of flow and transport in aquifer systems and the development and application of an engineering optimization model. His current modeling work includes numerical simulation of gas intrusion processes in water table systems, geological sequestration of carbon dioxide in deep earth formations, simulation and characterization of highly heterogeneous earth formations associated with hydraulic fracturing, and reaction flow and transport in lower permeability zones.
Goltz, M.N., M.E. Close, H. Yoon, J. Huang, M.J. Flintoft, S.J. Kim, and C. Enfield. (2009). “Validation of Two Innovative Methods to Measure Contaminant Mass Flux in Groundwater.” J. Contaminant Hydrology, 106: 51–61.
Goltz, M.N., J. Huang, M.E. Close, M.J. Flintoft, and L. Pang. (2008). “Use of Tandem Circulation Wells to Measure Hydraulic Conductivity Without Groundwater Extraction.” J. Contaminant Hydrology, 100: 127–136.
Huang, J., J.A. Christ, and M.N. Goltz. (2008). “An Assembly Model for Simulation of Large- Scale Ground Water Flow and Transport.” Ground Water, 46, 6: 882–892.
Huang, J. and M.N. Goltz. (2006). “Analytical Solutions for Solute Transport in a Spherically Symmetric Divergent Flow Field.” Transport in Porous Media, 63, 2: 305–321.
Wood, R.C., J. Huang, and M.N. Goltz. (2006). “Modeling Chlorinated Solvent Bioremediation Using Hydrogen Release Compound (HRC).” Bioremediation Journal, 10, 3: 129–141.
Huang, J. and A. Wood. (2005). “Numerical Simulation of Electromagnetic Scattering Induced by an Overfilled Cavity in the Ground Plane.” Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters, 4: 224–228.
Huang, J. and M.N. Goltz. (2005). “A Three-Dimensional Analytical Model to Simulate Ground Water Flow During Operation of Recirculating Wells.” Journal of Hydrology, 314, 1-4: 67–77.
Huang, J., M.N. Goltz, P.B. Hatzinger, P.G. Chosa, J. Diebold, Y.H. Farhan, J.C. Parr, and S. Neville. (2004). “Modeling Studies to Support Design of a Field Evaluation of In Situ Bioremediation of Perchlorate-Contaminated Ground Water.” In: Proceedings Water Environment Federation’s Annual Technical Exhibition and Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, October 2–6.
Knarr, M.R., J. Huang, C.J. Hendricks, G.B. Lamont, and M.N. Goltz. (2003). “Optimizing In Situ Bioremediation of Perchlorate-Contaminated Groundwater.” In: Proceedings Seventh International In Situ and Onsite Bioremediation Symposium, Orlando, Florida, June 2–5.
Parr, J.C., M.N. Goltz, J. Huang, P.B. Hatzinger, and Y.H. Farhan. (2003). “Modeling In Situ Bioremediation of Perchlorate-Contaminated Groundwater.” In: Proceedings Seventh International In Situ and Onsite Bioremediation Symposium, Orlando, Florida, June 2–5.
Goltz, M.N., D.M. Mackay, T.E. Buscheck, J.A. Christ, M.D. Einarson, and J. Huang. (2002). “Reactive Barriers Comprised of Injection/Extraction Well Pairs for In Situ Aerobic Bioremediation of MTBE-Contaminated Ground Water at Fuel Release Sites.” In: Proceedings MTBE in Ground Water: Assessment, Remediation Technologies, and Public Policy Conference, Orange, California, June 6–7.
Mackay, D.M., I. Wood, R.D. Wilson, M.D. Einarson, P. Bennett, J. Huang, C.J. Henry, and M.N. Goltz. (2002). “Estimation of Contaminant Mass Discharge in MTBE Plumes.” In: 2002 Petroleum Hydrocarbons and Organic Chemicals in Ground Water 19th Annual Conference and Exposition, Atlanta, Georgia, November 6–8.
Goltz, M.N., E.J. Bouwer, and J. Huang. (2001). “Transport Issues and Bioremediation Modeling for the In Situ Aerobic Co-Metabolism of Chlorinated Solvents.” Biodegradation, 12, 2: 127–140.
Christ, J.A., M.N. Goltz, and J. Huang. (1999). “Development and Application of an Analytical Model to Aid Design and Implementation of In Situ Remediation Technologies.” Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, 37: 295–317.
Garrett, C.A., J. Huang, and M.N. Goltz. (1999). “Optimization of In Situ Bioremediation of Trichloroethylene Using Genetic Algorithms.” In Engineered Approaches for In Situ Bioremediation of Chlorinated Solvent Contamination. Edited by A. Leeson and B.C. Alleman. Battelle Press, Columbus, Ohio, p. 275–280.
Garrett, C.A., J. Huang, M.N. Goltz, and G.B. Lamont. (1999). “Parallel Real-Valued Genetic Algorithms for Bioremediation Optimization of TCE - Contaminated Ground Water.” In: Proceedings 1999 Congress on Evolutionary Computation, Washington DC, July 6–9, 3: 2183–2189.
Huang, J. and M.N. Goltz. (1999). “Solutions to Equations Incorporating the Effect of Rate-Limited Contaminant Mass Transfer on Vadose Zone Remediation by Soil Vapor Extraction.” Water Resources Research, 35, 3: 879–883.
Huang, J. and M.N. Goltz. (1998). “A Model of In Situ Bioremediation That Includes the Effect of Rate-Limited Sorption and Bioavailability.” In: Proceedings 1998 Conference on Hazardous Waste Research, Snow Bird, Utah, May 19–21, p. 291–295.
Huang, J., G. He, and C. Liu. (1997). “Analysis of General Second-Order Fluid Flow in Double Cylinder Rheometer.” Science in China (Series A), 40, 2.
Huang, J. and C. Liu. (1995). “Analytical Solution and Investigation of Character of Viscoelastic Fluids in Double Concentric Cylinder Rheometer.” Science in China (Series A), 12.