We consider computational and theoretical modeling of
filtration problems in porous media
in a wide aspect. We will in particular focus on problems where a multiple numbers of length and time
scales are present. Therefore, a major tool that will be used and further developed is the mathematical
theory of homogenization.
Our activities will include:
Further development of double porosity models.
Simulation of humidity distribution in the paper, without or with
deformation of the paper.
Development of algorithms and software
for auxiliary problems, arising in homogenization of
mechanical properties of paper
Theoretical investigation of and modeling of multiphase flow in porous media.
Homogenization theory is not yet so well developed
in this area. Starting from the two-phase Navier-Stokes equation at microlevel.
The Working Group aims at meetings
for regular exchange of results and developments at the technical level,
but also wants to keep an eye on trends in technology, the increasing
interaction between different processes, processes at higher frequencies
and different timescales, its impacts on modelling and requirements for
simulation tools. Additionally the Working Group is directed towards cooperation
on a European level between universities and industry.
Kick-off meeting Göteborg (SE)
May 25, 2002
Kaiserslautern, Germany on 22-23 November 2002
in Eindhoven, The Netherlands
on 9-10 May 2003
meeting has been scheduled yet
Department of mathematics
Chalmers University of Technology and Göteborg University
S-412 96 Göteborg
|Group of experts
- Prof. Nils Svanstedt Chalmers
- Prof. Mĺrten Gulliksson, Mid-Sweden
University, Campus Sundsvall .
- Dr. Anders Holmbom, Mid-Sweden
University, Campus Östersund.
Rik Kaasschieter, TUE, Eindhoven.
- Associate Prof. Oleg Iliev, ITWM,
Fraunhofer Institute Kaiserslautern.
- Prof. Andro Mikelic, Université
Lyon 1, Analyse Numérique, Faculty of Mathematics.
- Prof. Rainer Helmig, Institute
of Hydraulic Engineering, Hydromechanics and Modelling of Hydrosystems,
- Prof. Jean-Francis Bloch, Institut
National Polytechnique de Grenoble E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Dr. Angiolo Farina,
University of Firenze, Italy
- Dr. Edie Miglio, Politecnico
di Milano, Italy
- Prof. Willy Doerfler,
University of Karlsruhe, Germany
- Dr. A. Cheng, Mid
Sweden university, Sundsvall, Sweden
- Mr Paul Tijink, Jason
Geosystems, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
- Dr. Niklas Wellander,
FOI, Swedisch Defense Agency, Linkoping, Sweden.
- Dr. S.M. Hassanizadeh,
Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
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