Direct Pore-scale Modeling of Two-phase Flow through Natural Media

  title={Direct Pore-scale Modeling of Two-phase Flow through Natural Media},
  author={Ilya I. Bogdanov and F. Guerton and J. Kpahou and Arthur W. M. van der Kamp},
Pore-scale modeling of multiphase flow of petroleum reservoir fluids through real natural porous media is a true challenge for engineering and scientific society. Because the pore-scale description is a fundamental approach in hydrodynamics it is addressed most frequently to improve our understanding of flow and transport phenomena in such settings. Besides, it can be used to obtain macro-scale constitutive equations, to provide multiphase flow properties for large scale models, to predict how… CONTINUE READING
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