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Project long title

Innovationen for the thermally enhanced soil vapour extraction


Project description

The project InnoBLA deals with heating of soils by electrically heated sources for thermally enhanced soil vapour extraction.

Based on material studies on fixed heat sources (MUL-TPT, WP 2) a planning tool for material and heat transport (S-PEC, AP 3) and novel types of heating elements for three different applications (GMR, WP 4) are developed. In parallel, investigations on the mobility of heavy metals before and after thermal treatment of soils are conducted and a monitoring concept for heavy metals during TCH is developed (MUL-AVAW, WP 5).

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Aims of the project

  1. Technical level:
    1.1. Technical optimization (automated temperature control, segmented heating);
    1.2. Combination of TCH with air injection in a single process step;
    1.3. Novel development for diagonal application of heating units
    1.4. Development of a monitoring strategy for heavy metals during TCH
  2. Planning level:
    2.1. New conception of a planning tool for TCH remediation



Bundesministerium Federal Ministry of Climate Action, Environment, Energy, Mobility, Innovation and Technology

Kpc Kommunalkredit Public Consulting GmbH


Project partners

GM Remediation Systems GmbH (consortial leader)
Geophysik 1 Chair of Applied Geophysics of Montanuniversitaet Leoben
Ls Chemie Chair of General and Analytical Chemistry of Montanuniversitaet Leoben
Tpt Chair of Thermal Processing Technology of Montanuniversitaet Leoben
S Pec1 S-PEC e.U.



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Philipp Sedlazeck

Philipp Sedlazeck

Dr.mont., M.Sc.
Working Group Leader

Phone: +43 3842 / 402-5111
Cell: +43 676 / 84 53 86-5111
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E-mail: philipp.sedlazeck@unileoben.ac.at


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