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Title HyperVentilate [electronic resource] : a software guidance system created for vapor extraction applications.
Imprint Washington, D.C. : [U.S. Environmental Protection Agency], 1992.

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Edition Version 1.01.
Description 1 computer disk ; 3 1/2 in. + 1 users manual.
Note Software package completed under an agreement between EPA and Shell Oil Company.
Based on the article: A practical approach to the design, operation, and monitoring of soil venting systems / P.C. Johnson [et al.].
Distributed to depository libraries on floppy disk, shipping list no.: 92-0025-E.
"March 1992."
"EPA 500-C-B-92-001."
System requirements: Apple Macintosh (or equivalent) computer; 1 MB (2 MB preferred); hard disk; Apple HyperCard (2.0 or greater).
Also available via Internet at Indiana University web site in partnership with the U.S. G.P.O. Address as of 06/11/03: http://www.indiana.edu/%7Elibgpd/mforms/floppy/Library%5F76.html; current access is available via PURL.
Subject Soil vapor extraction -- Computer simulation.
Summary HyperVentilate guides the user through a structured thought process to: identify and characterize required site-specific data, decide if soil venting is appropriate, evaluate air permeability test results, calculate the minimum number of vapor extraction wells, and quantify how results might differ from the ideal.
Other Author Johnson, Paul C.
United States. Environmental Protection Agency.
Shell Development Company.
Other Title Software guidance system created for vapor extraction applications.