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Statistical porous media hydrodynamics

Adrian E. Scheidegger

Statistical porous media hydrodynamics

by Adrian E. Scheidegger

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Published by Water Resources Center, University of Illinois in Urbana .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Transport theory.,
  • Porosity.,
  • One-dimensional flow.,
  • Multiphase flow.,
  • Groundwater flow.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] A. E. Scheidegger.
    SeriesWRC Research report no. 17
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD1694 .A136 no. 17, QC175.2 .A136 no. 17
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 70 l.
    Number of Pages70
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5740890M
    LC Control Number70633468

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Scheidegger, Adrian E., Statistical porous media hydrodynamics. Urbana, Water Resources Center, University of. The first problem to be solved is that of obtaining a proper statistical Statistical Hydrodynamics in Porous Media description of the geometry of a porous medium.

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The author has recently proposed a theory (2) of such flow based upon the statistics of disordered phenomena which, however, was applicable to a special type of flow only. Porous media are solid bodies that contain ‘pores,’ small void spaces, which are distributed more or less frequently throughout the material.

The problem of complete geometric characterization of a porous medium has not yet been solved. One is able only to define some geometric parameters of a porous medium that are based on averages.

Abstract The study of fluid flow in the ground is based upon the physics of flow through porous media. The author has recently proposed a theory (2) of such flow based upon the statistics of disordered phenomena which, however, was applicable to a special type of flow only.

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The deduction of Darcy’s law from fundamental mechanical principles is of importance for the understanding of flow through porous media.

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Depner, Todd C. Rasmussen. the theory of statistical porous media hydrodynamics under the sponsorship of the Water Resources Research Office of the U. Department of the Interior, through the Water Resources Center of the University of Illinois.

The text is a self-contained, comprehensive introduction to the theory of hydrodynamic lattice gases. Lattice-gas cellular automata are discrete models of fluids. Identical particles hop from site to site on a regular lattice, obeying simple conservative scattering rules when they collide.

Remarkably, at a scale larger than the lattice spacing, these discrete models simulate the. It is shown that such a statistical treatment of the hydrodynamics in porous media automatically explains some well‐known phenomena in a more satisfactory manner than do capillaric models.

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While many methods to model these reactive transport processes in porous media have been developed, data on the alteration of pore scale dynamics due to pore structure altering reactions are.J. H. Moran, Discussion of paper by Fara and Scheidegger, ‘Statistical geometry of porous media’, Journal of Geophysical Research, /JZip, 67, 5, (), ().

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