Saturday, March 27

Advances in Mathematical Models of Multiphase/Multicomponent Subsurface Flows

9:45 AM-11:45 AM
Room: Executive Salon 5

Multiphase and/or multicomponent flow phenomena in the subsurface offer a complex variety of mathematical modeling challenges. The speakers will discuss the derivation of such models over a wide range of spatial and temporal scales, along with some simulation results.

Organizer: Thomas F. Russell
University of Colorado, Denver

9:45-10:10 Capillary Snapoff
W. Stroud and John H. Cushman, Purdue University, West Lafayette
10:15-10:40 Coupled Heat and Mass Transport in Multiphase Swelling Porous Media
Lynn S. Bennethum, University of Colorado, Denver; and John H. Cushman, Purdue University, West Lafayette
10:45-11:10 Distribution of Multicomponent Mixtures Over Generalized Exposure-Time in Subsurface Flow and Reactive Transport
Timothy R. Ginn, University of California, Davis
11:15-11:40 Stochastic Modeling of Immiscible Flow with Moment Equations
Ken Jarman, University of Colorado, Boulder; and Thomas F. Russell, Organizer

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