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Provides theoretical background for engineers and scientists engaged in modeling transport phenomena in porous media in connection with various engineering projects, and can serve as a text for senior and graduate courses. Systematically presents a methodology for constructing mathematical models on the basis of the continuum approach, applicable to problems such as water flow and transport of pollutants in aquifers and in the unsaturated zone; flow of oil, water, and gas in petroleum reservoirs; radioactive waste disposal in deep geological formations; heat storage in aquifers; and solute transport in reactors in the chemical industry. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
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