Uncoupling Electrokinetic Flow Solutions

@article{Kuhlman2020UncouplingEF,
  title={Uncoupling Electrokinetic Flow Solutions},
  author={Kristopher L. Kuhlman and Bwalya Malama},
  journal={Mathematical Geosciences},
  year={2020},
  volume={53},
  pages={1293 - 1318}
}
The continuum-scale electrokinetic porous-media flow and excess charge redistribution equations are uncoupled using eigenvalue decomposition. The uncoupling results in a pair of independent diffusion equations for “intermediate” potentials subject to modified material properties and boundary conditions. The fluid pressure and electrostatic potential are then found by recombining the solutions to the two intermediate uncoupled problems in a matrix-vector multiplication. Expressions for the… 

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