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In this study, pore-scale simulation is carried out utilizing the lattice Boltzmann method by taking into account the direct effect of all pores. The smooth profile method [22] is employed for liquid-solid interaction in the pore-scale simulation of the dual porosity porous medium. In REV scale simulation, the effect of micro pores, after homogenization, is combined with the effect of larger pores. In addition to fluid flow simulation, the effects of micro-pore permeation are also examined on the main parameters governing fluid flow.

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2018-09-09
2020-05-30
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