I.1 Pore Scale Modeling.
Generation of two-dimensional pore networks for drainage simulations (R. Glantz, M. Hilpert).
An evaluation of permeability of statistically reconstructed three-dimensional pore structures
with Lattice Boltzmann simulations (M.G. Schaap, I. Lebron).
Estimating interfacial areas resulting from lattice Boltzmann simulation of two-fluid-phase
flow in a porous medium (J.E. McClure et al.).
Modelling sorbing and non-sorbing solute migration in a real fracture geometry using
lattice-gas cellular automaton (A. Genty, V. Pot).
Pore-scale simulations of flow, transport, and reaction in porous media (S.Y. Chen, D.X. Zhang, Q.J. Kang).
Modeling biofilm morphology along a transverse mixing zone in porous media at the pore
scale (C. Knutson et al.).
2D dynamic pore-scale network model of imbibition (M.S. Al-Gharbi, M.J. Blunt).
A pore-scale network approach to investigate dynamic effects in multiphase flow (T. Gielen et al.).
An evaluation of lattice Boltzmann equation methods for simulating flow through porous
media (C. Pan, L.-S. Luo, C.T. Miller).
Continuum percolation theory for natural porous media (A.G. Hunt).
Upscaling of tracer transport including convection and Brownian motion using a 3D network
model (R.C. Acharya et al.).
Dynamic effects in capillary pressure relationships for two-phase flow in porous media:
insights from bundle-of-tubes models and their implications (M.A. Celia, H.K. Dahle, S.M. Hassanizadeh).
Impact of microscopic NAPL-water interface configurations on subsequent gas injection
into water-wet permeable rocks (A. Al-Futaisi, T.W. Patzek).
Two-phase flow in porous