Saturation in Regular, Exotic and Random Pore Networks

  title={Saturation in Regular, Exotic and Random Pore Networks},
  author={Mate B. Vizi and P'eter 'Arp'ad Mizs'ak and Tam'as Kalm'ar-Nagy},
  journal={Fluctuation and Noise Letters},
Porcolation simulations were carried out on various networks: both regular and irregular. The saturation curve was obtained for cubic networks, localized and completely random 3D networks and networks based on exotic graphs like Sierpiński triangle and carpet. For the random graph generation, a modification of the cell list algorithm was introduced, which is capable of generating local random graphs efficiently. With the help of this graph generation method, the effect of locality was… 
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