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Porous Media: Physics, Models, Simulation

Proceedings of the International Conference, Moscow, Russia, 19-21 November 1997

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Published by World Scientific Publishing Company .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Applied mathematics,
  • States of matter,
  • Science,
  • Fluid Mechanics,
  • Mathematical Models,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Applied,
  • General,
  • Mechanics - General

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsA. Dmitrievsky (Editor), M. Panfilov (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages420
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9195087M
    ISBN 109810241267
    ISBN 109789810241261

    For the design, operation, and maintenance of porous media systems, it is extremely important to understand these processes, describe them quantitatively (by mathematical models) and simulate them. Porous media processes are observed, studies, and modelled at a wide range of scales, from nano to micro scales, through the laboratory scale, to.   The first author would like to appreciate Mr. Vahid Shariati for his benevolent help particularly with the OpenFOAM simulation. The fourth author, S.S., would like to acknowledge the financial support provided by Grant No. BG05M2OP, provided by the SESG Operational Program (–), and cofinanced by the European structural and investment funds and Grant Cited by: 3.

      This video shows how to take advantage of the porous media capability in SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation which allows the user to represent these situations without having to directly model or simulate. This book explores a wide range of models in coordinate systems from 0D to 3D and introduces the numerical analysis techniques employed in COMSOL 5 (including Application Builder) and MATLAB software. The text presents electromagnetic, electronic, optical, thermal physics, and biomedical models as .

    Reservoir simulation models are the major tools for studying fluid flow behavior in hydrocarbon reservoirs. These models are constructed based on geological models, which are developed by integrating data from geology, geophysics, and petro-physics. As the complexity of a reservoir simulation model increases, so does the computation time. Therefore, to perform any Author: Shohreh Amini, Shahab Mohaghegh.   1- I know how to define porous media in Fluent by enabling the porous zone in "Cell zone condition", and I can give the permeability and parameters to define inertia in the zone and that is not the problem. But I feel it is more of multi-physics problem since the sands can also move.


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The concept of permeability as introduced in the earlier chapters of this book permits a phenomenological description of the flow through porous media in a certain velocity domain. However, an actual understanding of the phenomena can be obtained only if the concept of permeability can be reduced to more fundamental physical principles.

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Subsurface flow problems are inherently multiscale in space due to the large variability of material properties and in time due to the coupling of many different physical processes.

This volume presents a selection of survey and research articles based on invited lectures and contributed talks presented at the Workshop on Fluid Dynamics in Porous Media that was held in Coimbra, Portugal, in SeptemberThe contributions are devoted to mathematical modeling.

This book concerns a rapidly developing area of science that deals with the behavior of porous media saturated by fluids.

Three basic aspects of this field are rather uniformly balanced in the book; namely, complex physical mechanisms of processes in porous media, new mathematical models, and numerical methods of process study.

Simulation of Flow in Porous Media Applications in Energy and Environment reaction and phase exchange. Subsurface flow models still need considerable development. For example, nonequilibrium effects, entrapped air, anomalous dispersion and hysteresis effects can still not be adequately described.

This book brings together key numerical. The Models of porous media is, when taking a broad view, the physics of multinary mixtures of immiscible solid and fluid constituents. Its relevance to society echoes in numerous engineering disciplines such as chemical engineering, soil mechanics, petroleum engineering, groundwater engineering, geothermics, fuel cell technology It is also at the core of many scientific disciplines.

Peszyńska M. () Multiphysics Coupling of Three-Phase and Two-Phase Models of Flow in Porous Media. In: Wendland W., Efendiev M.

(eds) Analysis and Simulation of Multifield Problems. Lecture Notes in Applied and Computational Mechanics, vol Cited by: 2. Therefore, these existing porous media models cannot be used for RPBs. Therefore, the purpose of this paper is to construct a new porous media model for CFD simulations of gas-liquid two-phase flows in RPBs and to obtain reasonable and accurate liquid holdup distributions.

Simulations Gas-liquid two-phase porous media modelCited by: The present fractal dual-porosity model may shed light on the transport physics of fractured porous media and provide theoretical basis for oil and gas exploitation, underground water, nuclear waste disposal and geothermal energy extraction as well as chemical engineering, by: P.

Kevin MacKeown, Stochastic Simulation in Physics, Springer (). John R. Merrill, Using Computers in Physics, Houghton Mifflin (). Mark Newman, Computational Physics, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform ().

Tao Pang, Computational Physics, second edition, Cambridge University Press (). A hybrid embedded discrete fracture model for simulating tight porous media with complex fracture systems. The second simulation case shows significant difference with other three simulation models.

In the simulation Discrete fracture modeling using centroidal voronoi grid for simulation of shale gas plays with coupled nonlinear by: We also performed some numerical simulations, and the results show that the developed LB model and local scheme for velocity are accurate and also have a second-order convergence rate in space.

Finally, compared to the available pore-scale LB models for two-phase flow in porous media, the present LB model has more potential in the study of Cited by: Through the simulation of nonwetting displacement in two-dimensional random porous media networks, we show that the model properly reproduces three main invasion regimes (stable displacement.

Then, a numerical model has been developed for implementing this non-Darcy flow model for accurate simulation of multidimensional porous and fractured tight oil reservoirs.

Principles of Heat Transfer in Porous Media. (2 ratings by After a review of the basic physics and thermodynamics, the book divides the subject into three parts. Based on Mixing-Length Theory.- A Model Using Particle-Based Hydrodynamics.- Results of a Two-Dimensional Simulation.- References.- 5 Radiation Heat /5(2).

An example for the simulation of industrial applications with the Forchheimer equation is a model of a porous microchannel heat sink. After discussing the flow through porous media, we will discuss heat transfer in porous media in an upcoming blog post.

Try It Yourself. Try the tutorial model featured in this blog post by clicking the button below. Get this from a library. Proceedings of the international conference Porous Media: Physics, Models, Simulation: Moscow, Russia, November [A N Dmitrievskiĭ; M B Panfilov;].

A mimetic porous carbon model by quench molecular dynamics simulation. The Journal of Chemical Physics(23), DOI: /Cited by: Learn the fundamental concepts that underlie the physics of multiphase flow and transport in porous media with the information in Essentials of Multiphase Flow in Porous Media, which demonstrates the mathematical-physical ways to express and address multiphase flow a logical, step-by-step introduction to everything from the simple concepts to the advanced equations useful for.

Book Description. Handbook of Porous Media, Third Edition offers a comprehensive overview of the latest theories on flow, transport, and heat-exchange processes in porous media. It also details sophisticated porous media models which can be used to improve the accuracy of modeling in a variety of practical applications.

Now in its second edition, major new chapters are presented on statistical rock physics and velocity-porosity-clay models for clastic sediments. Other new and expanded topics include anisotropic seismic signatures, borehole waves, models for fractured media, poroelastic models, and attenuation by: Get this from a library!

Proceedings of the international conference Porous Media: Physics, Models, Simulation: Moscow, Russia, November [A N Dmitrievskiĭ; M B Panfilov;] -- This book concerns a rapidly developing area of science that deals with the behavior of porous media saturated by fluids.

Three basic aspects of this field are rather uniformly balanced in the book.[1] We simulate two‐fluid‐phase flow at the pore scale using a lattice Boltzmann (LB) approach. Using a parallel processing version of the Shan‐Chen model that we developed, we simulate a set of ideal two‐fluid systems and a model two‐fluid‐phase porous medium system comprised of a synthetic packing with a relatively uniform distribution of by: