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ENERGY 289: Multiscale Methods for Transport in Porous Media

The concept of "tyranny of scales" in natural/engineered porous media refers to the disparity of temporal and spatial scales at which mass, momentum, and energy transport is best understood and at which predictions are needed for practical applications. Modeling approaches that incorporate process understanding at different temporal and spatial scales are often necessary to improve our predictive capabilities of natural and engineered porous media.nThe course focuses on the fundamental understanding of multiscale systems and corresponding modeling tools to analyze them.
Last offered: Autumn 2017
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