RANDOM NETWORKS AND MIXING LAWS

@inproceedings{Madden1976RANDOMNA,
  title={RANDOM NETWORKS AND MIXING LAWS},
  author={Theodore R. Madden},
  year={1976}
}
Random networks are investigated as models of heterogeneous media. A general approximate structure is used where the networks are described as a system of embedded networks, and the critical behavior and averaging behavior of such networks are developed. These results are applied to a study of the electrical conductivity of porous media, with special attention to an Archie9s law behavior. It appears that the wide range of crack and pore widths in rocks makes the resulting conductivity… CONTINUE READING

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