Physicochemical Fluid Dynamics in Porous Media

Applications in Geosciences and Petroleum Engineering
Wiley-VCH (Verlag)
  • erscheint ca. am 12. September 2018
  • Buch
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  • Hardcover
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  • 416 Seiten
978-3-527-34235-8 (ISBN)
A unique and timely book on understanding and tailoring the flow of fluids in porous materials

Porous media play a key role in chemical processes, gas and water purification, gas storage and the development of new multifunctional materials. Understanding hydrodynamics in porous media is decisive for enabling a wide range of applications in materials science and chemical engineering. This all-encompassing book offers a timely overview of all flow and transport processes in which chemical or physicochemical phenomena such as dissolution, phase transition, reactions, adsorption, diffusion, capillarity, and surface phenomena are essential. It brings together both theoretical and experimental results and includes important industrial applications.

Physicochemical Fluid Dynamics in Porous Media: Applications in Geoscience and Petroleum Engineering explains the thermodynamics of phase equilibria for multicomponent fluids, physicochemical models of single-phase and immiscible two-phase flow, based on the macroscopic theory of oil displacement by water. It also covers the theory of two-phase flow with partial miscibility and describes partially miscible flows with phase transitions by means of the negative saturation approach. The final chapters are devoted to flow with chemical reactions, based on the example of in-situ leaching of uranium, and flow with bio-chemical reactions in terms of the underground storage of hydrogen.

-Brings together the theoretical and experimental results necessary for the understanding of hydrodynamics in porous media
-Covers important industrial applications such as underground leaching of uranium and underground storage of hydrogen
-Presents a state-of-the-art overview and summarizes the research results usually found only scattered in the literature

Physicochemical Fluid Dynamics in Porous Media: Applications in Geoscience and Petroleum Engineering will appeal to chemical engineers, materials scientists, applied physicists, and mechanical engineers.
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  • Englisch
  • Berlin
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  • Deutschland
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  • 80 farbige Abbildungen, 148 s/w Abbildungen
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  • 148 schwarz-weiße und 80 farbige Abbildungen
  • Höhe: 244 mm
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  • Breite: 170 mm
978-3-527-34235-8 (9783527342358)
3527342354 (3527342354)
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Mikhail Panfilov, PhD, is professor and head of the research group "Multiphase Flow and Porous Media" at the University of Lorraine, France, in the CNRS Laboratory of Energy and Applied Mechanics. He is a two-time recipient of the Excellence Award of the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research. He also received the Einstein Medal of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences.
THERMODYNAMICS OF FLUIDS Equilibrium of Single-Phase Fluids. Equation of State Two-Phase Equilibrium of Mono-Component Fluids Chemical Potential of Ideal Gas Mixture Chemical Potential of Non-Ideal Mixtures Two-Phase Equilibrium of Two-Component Fluids Equilibrium of Multi-Component Phases Comparison with Experimental Data Equilibrium in Diluted Mixtures PASSIVE TRANSPORT General Equations of Passive Transport Conservation Equations Convective Transport Diffusion Transport Properties of Diffusion Parameters Properties of the Diffusion Transport Convection-Diffusion Transport TRANSPORT WITH ADSORPTION Adsorption Phenomenon and Model Transport with Adsorption: General Equations TRANSPORT WITH CHEMICAL REACTIONS Description of a Chemical Reaction Particle Balance in a Reaction Kinetics of a Reaction Transport with Reactions Example 2: In-Situ Leaching of Uranium Ores SURFACE AND CAPILLARY PHENOMENA Surface Properties Wetting Movement of the Triple Line MICRO-MECHANICS OF FLOW IN POROUS MEDIA Capillary Phenomena in a Pore Structure of Phase Clusters in Pore Networks TRANSITION TO MACROSCALE TWO-PHASE EQUATIONS Geometrical Method PORES-SCALE HYDRODYNAMICS: THEORY OF RELATIVE PERMEABILITY Bethe-Tree Model for Relative Permeability of Stochastic Networks MACROSCALE THEORY OF IMMISCIBLE TWO-PHASE FLOW Fundamental Equations of Two-Phase Immiscible Flow Canonical Theory of Horizontal Two-Phase Displacement Displacement with Gravity THEORY OF PARTIALLY MISCIBLE TWO-PHASE DISPLACEMENT Phase Diagrams for Three-Component Mixtures Model of Two-Phase Three-Component Flow in Porous Media Regimes of Oil Displacement Chemical Flooding METHOD OF NEGATIVE SATURATIONS FOR TWO-PHASE FLOW WITH PHASE APPEARANCE AND DISAPPEARANCE Interface of Phase Disappearance Hydrodynamic and Thermodynamic Model of the Process Method NegSat Qualitative Analysis of the Method for Diffusion-Free Flow Qualitative Analysis of the Method for Flow with Diffusion Simulation of 2D Flow: Collision of PT-Interfaces Reduction to VOF-Method for Immiscible Fluids EXTENSION OF THE METHOD NegSat TO THREE-PHASE MULTICOMPONENT FLOW Method NegSat for any Number of Phases Extension of the Equivalence Principle to Complex Cases Principle of Equivalence between Two-Phase and Three-Phase Fluids Numerical Simulation of Three-Phase Flow 2D Three-Phase Simulations without Gravity REACTIVE TRANSPORT IN THE UNDERGROUND LEACHING OF URANIUM Introduction Model of Transport with Heterogeneous Reactions and Colmatation Asymptotic Solution of 1D Problem Comparison with Experimental Data SELF-ORGANIZATION AND SHOCK WAVES IN UNDERGROUND STORAGE OF HYDROGEN Underground Hydrogen Storage as an Element of an Energy Cycle Bio-Chemical Problems Related to UHS Hydrodynamic Processes in UHS: Gas-Water Flow in Presence of Bio-Reactions Shock Waves in the Case of Instantaneous Bio-Reactions Self-Organization for Non-Instantaneous Kinetics Self-Organization in Presence of Chemotaxis

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