Numerical modelling of double diffusion driven reactive flow transport in deformable fluid-saturated porous media with particular consideration of temperature-dependent chemical reaction rates

Zhao, CB, Hobbs, BE, Muhlhaus, HB, Ord, A and Lin, G (2000) Numerical modelling of double diffusion driven reactive flow transport in deformable fluid-saturated porous media with particular consideration of temperature-dependent chemical reaction rates. Engineering Computations, 17 4: 367-385. doi:10.1108/02644400010334801


Author Zhao, CB
Hobbs, BE
Muhlhaus, HB
Ord, A
Lin, G
Title Numerical modelling of double diffusion driven reactive flow transport in deformable fluid-saturated porous media with particular consideration of temperature-dependent chemical reaction rates
Journal name Engineering Computations   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 0264-4401
Publication date 2000-01-01
Sub-type Article (original research)
DOI 10.1108/02644400010334801
Open Access Status Not yet assessed
Volume 17
Issue 4
Start page 367
End page 385
Total pages 19
Language eng
Abstract Numerical methods ave used to solve double diffusion driven reactive flow transport problems in deformable fluid-saturated porous media. in particular, thp temperature dependent reaction rate in the non-equilibrium chemical reactions is considered. A general numerical solution method, which is a combination of the finite difference method in FLAG and the finite element method in FIDAP, to solve the fully coupled problem involving material deformation, pore-fluid flow, heat transfer and species transport/chemical reactions in deformable fluid-saturated porous media has been developed The coupled problem is divided into two subproblems which are solved interactively until the convergence requirement is met. Owing to the approximate nature of the numerical method, if is essential to justify the numerical solutions through some kind of theoretical analysis. This has been highlighted in this paper The related numerical results, which are justified by the theoretical analysis, have demonstrated that the proposed solution method is useful for and applicable to a wide range of fully coupled problems in the field of science and engineering.
Keyword Computer Science, Interdisciplinary Applications
Mathematics, Interdisciplinary Applications
Engineering, Multidisciplinary
Mechanics
Numerical Modelling
Porous Media
Chemical Reactions
Temperature
Heat Transfer
Material Deformation
Transient Infinite Elements
Natural-convection
Heat-transfer
Mineralization
Mass
Q-Index Code C1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Unknown

Document type: Journal Article
Sub-type: Article (original research)
Collection: Earth Systems Science Computational Centre Publications
 
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