Recent Advances in Problems of Flow and Transport in Porous Media by J.M. CroletRecent Advances in Problems of Flow and Transport in Porous Media by J.M. Crolet

Recent Advances in Problems of Flow and Transport in Porous Media

EditorJ.M. Crolet, M. El Hatri

Paperback | December 4, 2010

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This volume focuses on recent advances in the modelling of flow and transport in porous media. The first two sections deal with new model approaches and mathematical methods, including error estimates for approximate solutions, parameter sensitivity studies, and solution techniques for degenerate parabolic equations. The third section addresses mass transport and heat transfer in porous media. The final section covers multi-phase flow and multi-component transport. Model applications are linked to water management and pollution problems and include unsaturated as well as saturated soils, saltwater intrusions into coastal aquifers and contaminant dispersion. The key reference provided at the end of each chapter provides the reader with entry points for further detailed study. This book offers essential reading for civil, environmental and hydraulic engineers involved in management of aquifers through numerical simulations. It also provides faculty and graduate students with recent developments in porous media modelling.
Title:Recent Advances in Problems of Flow and Transport in Porous MediaFormat:PaperbackDimensions:260 pages, 10.98 × 8.27 × 0 inPublished:December 4, 2010Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9048149894

ISBN - 13:9789048149896

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Table of Contents

I: Mathematical Methods. Convergence of a Finite Volume Scheme for a Parabolic Degenerate Equation; R. Eymard, et al. Error Estimate for the Finite Volume Approximate of the Solution to a Nonlinear Convective Equation; R. Eymard, et al. An Error Estimate for the Approximate Solution of a Porous Media Diphasic Flow Equation; M. Ghilani. An Analogue of Schwarz''s Method for the Construction of Green Function of Zaremba Problem and its Application in Underground Hydrodynamics; A.I. Ibragimov, A.A. Nekrasov. II: New Modellings. Size and Double-Layer Effects on the Macroscopic Behaviour of Clays; B. Vernescu. Parameter Sensitivity in Water Storage Modelling for Unsaturated Soils; K. Benhalima, et al. Mathematical Investigation for Groundwater Pollution; M. El Hatri. Solution of Degenerate Parabolic Problems by Relaxation Schemes; J. Kacur. III: Mass Transport and Heat Transfer. Transport in Saturated Porous Media; C. Oltean, M.A. Bues. Perfection of the Simulation of Fresh-Water / Saltwater Interface Motion; D. Esselaoui, et al. Numerical Dispersivity in Modelling of Saltwater Intrusion into a Coastal Aquifer; J.M. Crolet, F. Jacob. Theoretical Study and Experimental Validation of Transport Coefficients for Hydrocarbon Pollutants in Aquifers; G. Radilla, et al. Heat and Mass Transfer in Cylindrical Porous Medium of Activated Carbon and Ammonia; A. Mimet, J. Bougard. Transient Natural Convection in a Square Porous Cavity Submitted to Different Time-Dependent Heating Modes; T. Daoui, et al. IV: Multiphasic Studies. Adaptive Mesh for Two-Phase Flow in Porous Media; M. Saad, H. Zhang. Upscaling Two-Phase Flow in Double Porosity Media: Nonuniform Homogenization; M. Panfilov. Flow of Multicomponent Gas Condensate Mixtures in Fractured Porous Media; A. Gritsenko, et al. Two-Scale Percolation &endash; Difference Method for Simulation of the Transport with Trapping in Porous Media; I. Panfilova, J. Muller. Contributors.