Percolation through Voids around Randomly Oriented Platonic Solids

@inproceedings{Priour2018PercolationTV,
  title={Percolation through Voids around Randomly Oriented Platonic Solids},
  author={Donald Priour and Nicholas McGuigan},
  year={2018}
}
Porous materials made up of impermeable polyhedral grains constrain fluid flow to voids around the impenetrable constituent barrier particles. A percolation transition marks the boundary between assemblies of grains which contain system spanning void networks, admitting bulk transport, and configurations which may not be traversed on macroscopic scales. With dynamical infiltration of void spaces using virtual tracer particles, we give an exact treatment of grain geometries, and we calculate… 
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