Electrokinetic coupling in unsaturated porous media.

@article{Revil2007ElectrokineticCI,
  title={Electrokinetic coupling in unsaturated porous media.},
  author={Andre Revil and Niklas Linde and Adrian Cerepi and Damien Jougnot and Stefan Matthaei and Stefan Finsterle},
  journal={Journal of colloid and interface science},
  year={2007},
  volume={313 1},
  pages={315-27}
}
We consider a charged porous material that is saturated by two fluid phases that are immiscible and continuous on the scale of a representative elementary volume. The wetting phase for the grains is water and the nonwetting phase is assumed to be an electrically insulating viscous fluid. We use a volume-averaging approach to derive the linear constitutive equations for the electrical current density as well as the seepage velocities of the wetting and nonwetting phases on the scale of a… CONTINUE READING

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