LBM mesoscale modelling of porous media

@inproceedings{Sousa2008LBMMM,
  title={LBM mesoscale modelling of porous media},
  author={Antonio C. M. Sousa and Aydin Nabovati},
  year={2008}
}
Permeability is one of the most important bulk properties for the characterization of fluid flow in porous media. However, despite all the considerable body of research work over the past years using experimental, analytical, and numerical approaches, its determination is still a challenge. The methodologies, which have been used to measure, calculate and predict the permeability of different types of porous media, in general, tend to suffer from various levels of limitations in their… CONTINUE READING

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