Fluid flow in porous media: continuum modelling based upon microscopic considerations

A.I. Murdoch, J. Kubik (Editor), M. Kaczmarek (Editor), I. Murdoch (Editor)

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    Abstract

    The main objective of the course was to provide the participants with fundamental knowledge in the field of modelling of coupled physical phenomena in saturated porous materials. The problems of upscaling, continual description of flow and transport, and coupled poroelastic processesin saturaetd porous media have been discussed. In addition experimental methods useful in studies of basic structural and mechanical properties of porous materials were introduced and presented. The course was dedicated to Ph.D. students and young researchers working in different areas of applications of models of porous media including biomechanics, civil and environmental engineering, earth science, engineering of materials, etc.
    LanguageEnglish
    Title of host publicationModelling coupled phenomena in saturated porous materials
    Place of PublicationWarsaw, Poland
    Pages487-540
    Number of pages53
    Volume20
    Publication statusPublished - 2004

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    Porous materials
    Flow of fluids
    Earth sciences
    Environmental engineering
    Biomechanics
    Civil engineering
    Structural properties
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    Mechanical properties

    Keywords

    • porous materials
    • fluid flow
    • fluid dynamics

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    Murdoch, A. I., Kubik, J. (Ed.), Kaczmarek, M. (Ed.), & Murdoch, I. (Ed.) (2004). Fluid flow in porous media: continuum modelling based upon microscopic considerations. In Modelling coupled phenomena in saturated porous materials (Vol. 20, pp. 487-540). Warsaw, Poland.
    Murdoch, A.I. ; Kubik, J. (Editor) ; Kaczmarek, M. (Editor) ; Murdoch, I. (Editor). / Fluid flow in porous media: continuum modelling based upon microscopic considerations. Modelling coupled phenomena in saturated porous materials. Vol. 20 Warsaw, Poland, 2004. pp. 487-540
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    Murdoch AI, Kubik J, (ed.), Kaczmarek M, (ed.), Murdoch I, (ed.). Fluid flow in porous media: continuum modelling based upon microscopic considerations. In Modelling coupled phenomena in saturated porous materials. Vol. 20. Warsaw, Poland. 2004. p. 487-540