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Journal of Porous Media
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ISSN Imprimir: 1091-028X
ISSN En Línea: 1934-0508

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Journal of Porous Media

Comprar Publicación $136.00 Volumen 17, 2014 Edición 7

DOI: 10.1615/JPorMedia.v17.i7

Tabla de Contenidos:

NATURAL CONVECTION IN A PARTIALLY OPEN-ENDED POROUS SQUARE CAVITY
Habibis Saleh, Ahmad Fudholi, Ishak Hashim
pages 563-572
DOI: 10.1615/JPorMedia.v17.i7.10
MEMBRANE TRANSPORT IN CONCENTRATION POLARIZATION CONDITIONS: NETWORK THERMODYNAMICS MODEL EQUATIONS
Kornelia M. Batko, Izabella Slezak-Prochazka, Slawomir Grzegorczyn, Andrzej Slezak
pages 573-586
DOI: 10.1615/JPorMedia.v17.i7.20
A PREDICTIVE BUBBLE POINT PRESSURE MODEL FOR POROUS LIQUID ACQUISITION DEVICE SCREENS
Jason W. Hartwig, J. Adin Mann Jr.
pages 587-600
DOI: 10.1615/JPorMedia.v17.i7.30
COMPUTATIONAL STUDY OF NON-NEWTONIAN THERMAL CONVECTION FROM A VERTICAL POROUS PLATE IN A NON-DARCY POROUS MEDIUM WITH BIOT NUMBER EFFECTS
V. Ramachandra Prasad, S. Abdul Gaffar, E. Keshava Reddy, Osman Anwar Beg
pages 601-622
DOI: 10.1615/JPorMedia.v17.i7.40
NUMERICAL ANALYSIS OF A NANOFLUID FORCED CONVECTION IN A POROUS CHANNEL: A NEW HEAT FLUX MODEL IN LTNE CONDITION
T. Armaghani, Ali J. Chamkha, Mahmoud Maghrebi, Mohsen Nazari
pages 637-646
DOI: 10.1615/JPorMedia.v17.i7.60

Journal of Porous Media

Experimental device. JPM Vol.12, Issue10, Highly Porous Metal Foams: Effective Thermal Conductivity Measurement Using a Photothermal Technique Experimental device. JPM Vol.12, Issue10, Highly Porous Metal Foams: Effective Thermal Conductivity Measurement Using a Photothermal Technique Highly Porous Metal Foams: Effective Thermal Conductivity Measurement Using a Photothermal Technique
The climatic chamber allows several samples to be placed simultaneously in the same conditions. JPM Vol.12, Issue5, Shrinkage/Swelling Behavior of Knitted Fabrics during Relative... The climatic chamber allows several samples to be placed simultaneously in the same conditions. JPM Vol.12, Issue5, Shrinkage/Swelling Behavior of Knitted Fabrics during Relative... Shrinkage/Swelling Behavior of Knitted Fabrics during Relative Humidity Cycles Determined by X-ray Imaging
Schematic representation of interaction of TH and geochemical processes in the fractured rock of Yucca Mountain. JPM Vol.12, Issue8, Modeling of Coupled Heat Transfer and ... Schematic representation of interaction of TH and geochemical processes in the fractured rock of Yucca Mountain. JPM Vol.12, Issue8, Modeling of Coupled Heat Transfer and ... Modeling of Coupled Heat Transfer and Reactive Transport Processes in Porous Media: Application to Seepage Studies at Yucca Mountain, Nevada
Sketch of planar, cylindrical, and annular geometrical aspects of soil matrices used in the analysis. JPM Vol.11, Issue8, Role of Geometry of Capillary Bundles on Flow Reversal in Electro... Sketch of planar, cylindrical, and annular geometrical aspects of soil matrices used in the analysis. JPM Vol.11, Issue8, Role of Geometry of Capillary Bundles on Flow Reversal in Electro... Role of Geometry of Capillary Bundles on Flow Reversal in Electrokinetic Soil Reclamation: A Comparative Study Based on the Microscopic Scale
Schematic view of biological tissue. JPM Vol.12, Issue4, A Macroscopic Model for Countercurrent Bioheat Transfer in a Circulatory System Schematic view of biological tissue. JPM Vol.12, Issue4, A Macroscopic Model for Countercurrent Bioheat Transfer in a Circulatory System A Macroscopic Model for Countercurrent Bioheat Transfer in a Circulatory System