Multiscale modeling of high contrast brinkman equations with applications to deformable porous media
Online Publication Date2013-06-21
Print Publication Date2013-06-18
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AbstractSimulating porous media flows has a wide range of applications. Often, these applications involve many scales and multi-physical processes. A useful tool in the analysis of such problems in that of homogenization as an averaged description is derived circumventing the need for complicated simulation of the fine scale features. In this work, we recall recent developments of homogenization techniques in the application of flows in deformable porous media. In addition, homogenization of media with high-contrast. In particular, we recall the main ideas of the homogenization of slowly varying Stokes flow and summarize the results of . We also present the ideas for extending these techniques to high-contrast deformable media . These ideas are connected by the modeling of multiscale fluid-structure interaction problems. © 2013 American Society of Civil Engineers.
CitationBrown, D. L., Efendiev, Y., Li, G., Popov, P., & Savatorova, V. (2013). Multiscale Modeling of High Contrast Brinkman Equations with Applications to Deformable Porous Media. Poromechanics V. doi:10.1061/9780784412992.235
Conference/Event name5th Biot Conference on Poromechanics, BIOT 2013