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1.1 INTRODUCTION
1.2 THE BRINKMAN-FORCHHEIMER EQUATION
1.2.1 The local time-derivative inertial term
1.2.2 Advective inertial term
1.2.3 Brinkman viscous term
1.2.4 Dupuit-Forchheimer (form drag) term
1.3 MODELLING A POROUS-MEDIUM/CLEAR-FLUID INTERFACE
1.4 NON-NEWTONIAN FLUID
1.5 EFFECT OF ROTATION
1.6 EFFECT OF A MAGNETIC FIELD
1.7 A REFORMULATION OF THE MOMENTUM EQUATION
1.8 VISCOUS DISSIPATION
1.9 RADIATION
1.10 CONCLUSION
2.1 INTRODUCTION
2.2 GOVERNING EQUATIONS
2.3 BOUNDARY ELEMENT METHOD FOR POTENTIAL FLOW IN POROUS MEDIUM
2.3.1 Potential flow
2.3.2 Integral equation
2.3.3 Discretization
2.4 BOUNDARY DOMAIN INTEGRAL METHOD
2.4.1 Velocity-vorticity formulation
2.4.2 Boundary conditions
2.4.3 Integral representation of a diffusion-convective equation
2.4.4 Integral representation of the modified Navier-Stokes equations
2.4.5 Numerical solution of the difrusion--conyectiye integral equation
2.4.6 Numerical solution of the modified Navier-Stokes equations
2.4.7 Solution procedure
2.5 TEST EXAMPLE
2.6 CONCLUSION
4 ONSET OF RAYLEIGH-BENARD CONVECTION IN POROUS BODIES
4.1 INTRODUCTION
4.2 THREE-DIMENSIONAL CONVECTION PROBLEM
4.2.1 The boundary conditions
4.3 A TWO-DIMENSIONAL CASE: THE RECTANGLE
4.3.1 The rectangle with asymmetric lateral conditions
4.4 THE RECTANGULAR BOX
4.4.1 Two conducting and two insulating vertical walls
4.5 THE HORIZONTAL CIRCULAR CYLINDER
4.5.1 General linearized equations in cylindrical coordinates
4.5.2 A thin horizontal cylindrical shell with closed walls
4.6 VERTICAL CYLINDERS
4.6.1 The literature on vertical cylinders
4.6.2 On the onset of convection in a hexagonal cylinder
5.1 INTRODUCTION
5.1.1 Horizontal enclosures
5.1,2 Vertical and tilted enclosures
5.2 PHYSICAL MODEL AND MATHEMATICAL FORMULATION
5.3 FINITE-AMPLITUDE CONVECTION
5.3.1 Numerical solution
5.3.2 Analytical solution
5.4 LINEAR STABILITY ANALYSIS
5.4,1 Diffusive state
5.4.2 Convective state
6.3 ONSET OF CONVECTION IN A HOMOGENEOUS ISOTROPIC MEDIUM
6.4 ONSET OF CONVECTION IN HOMOGENEOUS ANISOTROPIC POROUS LAYERS
6.5 HETEROGENEOUS POROUS MEDIA
6.6 CONSTRUCTION OF LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS
6.7 EXPERIMENTAL MEASUREMENTS
6.7.1 Ordered medium
6.7.2 Disordered medium
6.8 CONCLUSIONS
7.1 INTRODUCTION
7.2 EFFECTIVE CONDUCTIVITY
7.2.1 Some properties of the effective conductivity
7.2.2 Fibers of circular cross-sections
7.2.3 Fibers of rectangular cross-sections
7.2.4 Fiber strips
7.3 EFFECTIVE PERMEABILITY
7.3.1 Fibers of circular cross-sections
7.3.2 Fibers of other cross-sections
7.4 DISCUSSION
8 MODELING TURBULENCE IN POROUS MEDIA
8.1 INTRODUCTION
8.2 TRANSITION TO TURBULENCE IN POROUS MEDIA
8.3 AVERAGING TURBULENCE MODELS
8.4 MODELING: AVERAGING OPERATORS
8.4.1 Volume averaging
8.4.2 Time averaging
8.4.3 Commutative properties
8.4.4 Double decomposition—space and time fluctuations
8.5 TRANSPORT EQUATIONS
8.5.1 Equations for the fluctuating velocity
8.5.2 Equation for turbulence kinetic energy
8.6 MACROSCOPIC MODEL ADJUSTMENT
8.7 CONCLUSIONS
9 TURBULENCE CHARACTERISTICS IN POROUS MEDIA
9.1 INTRODUCTION
9.2 EXPERIMENTAL APPARATUS
9.3 FLOW CHARACTERISTICS AND FLOW PATTERNS
9.4 MACROSCOPIC MOMENTUM EQUATION
9.5 MACROSCOPIC ENERGY EQUATION
9.6 THE 0-EQUATION MODEL
9.7 PRODUCTION AND DISSIPATION OF TURBULENCE
9.8 KOLMOGOROV'S LENGTH SCALE
9.9 CONCLUDING REMARKS
10 HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER IN POROUS MATERIAL
10.1 INTRODUCTION
10.2 MATHEMATICAL FORMULATION
10.3 APPLICATIONS
10.3.1 Moisture diffusion in stored grain
10.3.2 Heat and moisture transfer in the drying process
10.4 CONCLUSIONS
11.1 INTRODUCTION
11.2 BASIC PRINCIPLES
11.2.1 Nucleation
11.2.2 Rate of bubble nucleation
11.2.3 Bubble growth
11.3 ISOTHERMAL GAS PHASE FORMATION IN POROUS MEDIA
11.4.2 Results
11.5 SIMULATIONS
11.5.1 Pore network model
11.5.2 Experiments versus numerical simulations
11.5.3 Sensitivity study
11.6 CLOSURE OF MASS BALANCE EQUATIONS
11.7 CONCLUSIONS
12.1 INTRODUCTION
12.2 DOUBLE-LAYER MODEL
12.3 CHIMNEY MODEL
12.4 SINGLE-LAYER MODEL
12.5 CONCLUDING REMARKS
REFERENCES
13 CHEMICALLY DRIVEN CONVECTION IN POROUS MEDIA
13.1 INTRODUCTION
13.5 CONCLUSION
14.1 INTRODUCTION
14.2 PHASE CHANGE AND GAS FLOW
14.3 SIMILARITY SOLUTION
14.4 NUMERICAL SOLUTION FOR A PLANE-SHAPED DISSOCIATION FRONT
14.5 THE EFFECT OF A GEOTHERMAL GRADIENT
14.6 THE EFFECT OF POROSITY AND PERMEABILITY NON-UNIFORMITIES
14.7 CONCLUDING REMARKS
15.1 INTRODUCTION
15.2 FUNDAMENTAL MODELS
15.2.1 Finite release
15.2.2 Flow with draining at x = 0
15.2.3 Other injection rates
15.3 EFFECTS OF STRATIFICATION IN THE ROCK OR FLUID
15.3.1 Layered rock and the effects of draining
15.3.2 Continuously varying permeability
15.3.3 Two-layer gravity currents
15.4 REACTING FLOWS
15.5 DOUBLE ADVECTIVE CURRENTS
15.6 CURRENTS WITH MASS LOSS
15.7 EFFECTS OF CONFINING GEOMETRY
15.8 CONCLUSIONS
16.1 INTRODUCTION
16.2 RIVERS AS SOLID BOUNDARY PROBLEMS
16.2.1 Flows over complex boundaries
16.2.2 Roughness in one-dimensional models
16.2.3 Roughness in higher dimensionality models
16.3 VEGETATION IN RIVERS AND ON FLOODPLAINS
16.3.1 Conveyance and multipliers of roughness parameters
16.3.2 Roughness height treatments
16.3.3 Application in numerical models
16.4 ANALOGIES WITH ATMOSPHERIC FLOWS
16.5 THE MATHEMATICAL BASIS OF POROSITY IN RIVERS
16.6 CONCLUSIONS
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