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Abstract

A long-standing issue concerning fluid flow in a porous medium is the calculation of transport coefficients in terms of associated pore-scale parameters. The pore structure of a real porous medium is usually so complex, however, that the explicit modelling of flow processes through it has posed a colossal problem to physicists and engineers alike. Consequently, this has remained one of the most intractable problems in statistical physics.

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2020-10-31
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