2D automaton simulation of bubble growth by solute diffusion in correlated porous media

Carlos Felipe, Raúl H. López, Ana M. Vidales, Armando Domínguez

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Simulations of bubble growth in porous media were carried out via a 2D numerical automaton built under a set of hypotheses derived from experimental observations at pore scale. Various types of 2D numerical networks (320× 320 sites and corresponding bonds) were used as models of porous media to study the consequences of the spatial correlation length, ξ BB, existing among the porous network void entities with respect to the growth of a gas cluster by solute diffusion occurring therein. The studied range was ξ BB ∈ [0.86± 0.12, 10.63± 0.12], in lattice units. The results obtained show that bubble development is truly affected by ξ BB. The growth law exponent β changes as: β = 4.95 - 0.53 ξ BB + 0.04 ξ BB2, while the fractal dimension of the gas cluster body, D f, varies as: D f = 1.31 + 0.04ξ BB. © 2005 Springer Science + Business Media, Inc.
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Pages491-496
Number of pages441
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Felipe, C., López, R. H., Vidales, A. M., & Domínguez, A. (2005). 2D automaton simulation of bubble growth by solute diffusion in correlated porous media. 491-496. Paper presented at Adsorption, . https://doi.org/10.1007/s10450-005-5973-9
Felipe, Carlos ; López, Raúl H. ; Vidales, Ana M. ; Domínguez, Armando. / 2D automaton simulation of bubble growth by solute diffusion in correlated porous media. Paper presented at Adsorption, .441 p.
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2D automaton simulation of bubble growth by solute diffusion in correlated porous media. / Felipe, Carlos; López, Raúl H.; Vidales, Ana M.; Domínguez, Armando.

2005. 491-496 Paper presented at Adsorption, .

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