Invasion percolation in short-range and long-range disorder background

@article{Najafi2021InvasionPI,
  title={Invasion percolation in short-range and long-range disorder background},
  author={M N Najafi and S Tizdast and J. Cheraghalizadeh and H. Dashti N.},
  journal={Physical Review E},
  year={2021}
}
In this paper we investigate the invasion percolation (IP) in imperfect support in which the configuration of imperfections is considered to be correlated. Three lattice models were engaged to realize this pattern: site percolation, Ising model and random coulomb potential (RCP). The first two models are short range interaction (SRI), whereas the last one includes coulomb like interactions which is pretty long range (long-range interactions, LRI). By examining various dynamical observables we… 

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