Effect of pore characteristic on the percolation threshold and diffusivity of porous media comprising overlapping concave-shaped pores

@article{Lin2019EffectOP,
  title={Effect of pore characteristic on the percolation threshold and diffusivity of porous media comprising overlapping concave-shaped pores},
  author={Jianjun Lin and Wulong Zhang and Huisu Chen and Rongling Zhang and Lin Liu},
  journal={International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer},
  year={2019}
}

Discrimination between Pore and Throat Resistances against Single-Phase Flow in Porous Media

This study investigates the critical agents that cause non-Darrian flow in porous media. Four porous media different in morphology but similar in topology were studied numerically. By varying the

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