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Title Modelling of flow and transport in fractal porous media [electronic resource] / edited by Jianchao Cai, Liehui Zhang and Wei Wei.
Imprint Amsterdam : Elsevier, 2021.

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Description 1 online resource (274 p.)
Note Description based upon print version of record.
5.1. Single-phase permeability.
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Subject Porous materials -- Fluid dynamics -- Computer simulation.
Contents Intro -- Modelling of Flow and Transport in Fractal Porous Media -- Copyright -- Contents -- Contributors -- About the editors -- Preface -- Chapter 1: A brief introduction to flow and transport in fractal porous media -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Fractal structural characteristics of porous media -- 3. Transport model based on fractal geometry and other theories -- 4. Modelling of transport characteristics and its application -- 5. Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 2: Fractal structural parameters from images: Fractal dimension, lacunarity, and succolarity -- 1. Introduction.
2. Definition and physical meaning -- 3. Calculated method -- 4. Applications in fractal porous media -- 4.1. Characterization of complexity, heterogeneity, and anisotropy -- 4.2. Fractal model of reservoir permeability -- 4.3. Fracture distribution characterization -- 4.4. Permeability prediction -- 5. Conclusions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 3: Tortuosity in two-dimensional and three-dimensional fractal porous media: A numerical analysis -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The relation between tortuosity and fractal dimensions.
3. Theoretical calculation of tortuosity and its fractal dimension -- 4. Numerical simulation for tortuosity -- 5. Comparing the calculated results for tortuosity -- 6. Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 4: Fractal characteristics of pore structure and its impact on adsorption and flow behaviors in shale -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Pore structure in shale characterized by various methods -- 2.1. SEM -- 2.2. Nano-CT -- 2.3. MICP -- 2.4. CO2GA and N2GA -- 2.5. NMR -- 3. Influences of CO2-water-shale interactions on the pore structure of shale -- 3.1. Experimental section.
3.2. SEM analysis -- 3.3. N2GA analysis -- 3.3.1. Adsorption-desorption isotherms and pore size distribution (PSD) -- 3.3.2. Pore structure parameter analysis from N2GA -- 3.3.3. Fractal dimension characteristics of pore structure from N2GA -- 3.4. NMR analysis -- 3.4.1. The transverse relaxation time (T2) curve -- 3.4.2. Pore structure parameter analysis from NMR -- 3.4.3. Fractal dimension characteristics of NMR -- 3.5. Combination of N2GA and NMR analysis -- 4. Relationship between fractal dimension and shale pore structure parameters, adsorption, and seepage capacity.
4.1. Relationships between fractal dimension and pore structure parameters of shale -- 4.2. Relationships between fractal dimension and adsorption capacity of shale -- 4.3. Relationships between fractal dimension and gas flow in shale -- 5. Conclusions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 5: Modelling flow and transport in variably saturated porous media: Applications from percolation theory and effe ... -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Combining universal scaling laws from percolation theory and the effective-medium approximation -- 3. Diffusion -- 4. Electrical conductivity -- 5. Permeability.
Other Author Cai, Jianchao.
Zhang, Liehui.
Wei, Wei.
Other Title Print version: Cai, Jianchao Modelling of Flow and Transport in Fractal Porous Media San Diego : Elsevier,c2020 9780128177976.