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      From connected pathway flow to ganglion dynamics : GANGLION DYNAMICS

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          Mechanisms of the displacement of one fluid by another in a network of capillary ducts

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            Real-time 3D imaging of Haines jumps in porous media flow.

            Newly developed high-speed, synchrotron-based X-ray computed microtomography enabled us to directly image pore-scale displacement events in porous rock in real time. Common approaches to modeling macroscopic fluid behavior are phenomenological, have many shortcomings, and lack consistent links to elementary pore-scale displacement processes, such as Haines jumps and snap-off. Unlike the common singular pore jump paradigm based on observations of restricted artificial capillaries, we found that Haines jumps typically cascade through 10-20 geometrically defined pores per event, accounting for 64% of the energy dissipation. Real-time imaging provided a more detailed fundamental understanding of the elementary processes in porous media, such as hysteresis, snap-off, and nonwetting phase entrapment, and it opens the way for a rigorous process for upscaling based on thermodynamic models.
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              Mechanism of Fluid Displacement in Sands

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                Journal
                Geophysical Research Letters
                Geophys. Res. Lett.
                Wiley-Blackwell
                00948276
                May 28 2015
                May 28 2015
                : 42
                : 10
                : 3888-3894
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                10.1002/2015GL064007
                c81d6aa8-8a49-493c-a7e4-bf1bc5f5f2c3
                © 2015

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