10:30 AM-12:30 PM
There is now a need for scaling-up very complex flow, for example, flow arising in non-newtonian fluids, fissured porous medium, double porosity/permeability, capillary effects vs. convection, sorbption, and dispersivity. These problems arise in various fields such as chemical engineering, fluid mechanics, soil science, and mathematics. Up to now, there have been no general answer and few rigorous results for these problems. The aim of this minisymposium is to bring together specialists from different fields who are involved in modelling complex fluid displacement and willing to address the similarities emerging from these models.
Organizer: Alain P. Bourgeat
Universite St Etienne, France
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