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The DSpace digital repository system captures, stores, indexes, preserves, and distributes digital research material.Tue, 24 Nov 2020 15:27:01 GMT2020-11-24T15:27:01ZColloidal Particle Deposition in Porous Media Under Flow: A Numerical Approach
http://hdl.handle.net/10985/12235
Colloidal Particle Deposition in Porous Media Under Flow: A Numerical Approach
LI, Yajie; SARISHVILI, Otar; OMARI, Aziz; AHMADI, Azita; PU, Hongting
The objective of this study is to simulate the transport and deposition of colloidal particles at the pore scale by means of computational fluid dynamics simulations (CFD). This consists in the three-dimensional numerical modeling of the process of transport and deposition of colloidal particles in a porous medium idealized as a bundle of capillaries of circular cross section. The velocity field obtained by solving the Stokes and continuity equations is superimposed to particles diffusion and particles are let to adsorb when they closely approach the solid wall. Once a particle is adsorbed the flow velocity field is updated before a new particle is injected. Our results show that both adsorption probability and surface coverage are decreasing functions of the particle’s Péclet number. At low Péclet number values when diffusion is dominant the surface coverage is shown to approach the Random Sequential Adsorption value while it drops noticeably for high Péclet number values. Obtained data were also used to calculate the loss of porosity and permeability.
Sun, 01 Jan 2017 00:00:00 GMThttp://hdl.handle.net/10985/122352017-01-01T00:00:00ZLI, YajieSARISHVILI, OtarOMARI, AzizAHMADI, AzitaPU, HongtingThe objective of this study is to simulate the transport and deposition of colloidal particles at the pore scale by means of computational fluid dynamics simulations (CFD). This consists in the three-dimensional numerical modeling of the process of transport and deposition of colloidal particles in a porous medium idealized as a bundle of capillaries of circular cross section. The velocity field obtained by solving the Stokes and continuity equations is superimposed to particles diffusion and particles are let to adsorb when they closely approach the solid wall. Once a particle is adsorbed the flow velocity field is updated before a new particle is injected. Our results show that both adsorption probability and surface coverage are decreasing functions of the particle’s Péclet number. At low Péclet number values when diffusion is dominant the surface coverage is shown to approach the Random Sequential Adsorption value while it drops noticeably for high Péclet number values. Obtained data were also used to calculate the loss of porosity and permeability.Colloidal Particle Deposition in Porous Media Under Flow: A Numerical Approach
http://hdl.handle.net/10985/12155
Colloidal Particle Deposition in Porous Media Under Flow: A Numerical Approach
LI, Yajie; SARISHVILI, Otar; OMARI, Aziz; AHMADI, Azita; PU, Hongting
The objective of this study is to simulate the transport and deposition of colloidal particles at the pore scale by means of computational fluid dynamics simulations (CFD). This consists in the three-dimensional numerical modeling of the process of transport and deposition of colloidal particles in a porous medium idealized as a bundle of capillaries of circular cross section. The velocity field obtained by solving the Stokes and continuity equations is superimposed to particles diffusion and particles are let to adsorb when they closely approach the solid wall. Once a particle is adsorbed the flow velocity field is updated before a new particle is injected. Our results show that both adsorption probability and surface coverage are decreasing functions of the particle’s Péclet number. At low Péclet number values when diffusion is dominant the surface coverage is shown to approach the Random Sequential Adsorption value while it drops noticeably for high Péclet number values. Obtained data were also used to calculate the loss of porosity and permeability.
Sun, 01 Jan 2017 00:00:00 GMThttp://hdl.handle.net/10985/121552017-01-01T00:00:00ZLI, YajieSARISHVILI, OtarOMARI, AzizAHMADI, AzitaPU, HongtingThe objective of this study is to simulate the transport and deposition of colloidal particles at the pore scale by means of computational fluid dynamics simulations (CFD). This consists in the three-dimensional numerical modeling of the process of transport and deposition of colloidal particles in a porous medium idealized as a bundle of capillaries of circular cross section. The velocity field obtained by solving the Stokes and continuity equations is superimposed to particles diffusion and particles are let to adsorb when they closely approach the solid wall. Once a particle is adsorbed the flow velocity field is updated before a new particle is injected. Our results show that both adsorption probability and surface coverage are decreasing functions of the particle’s Péclet number. At low Péclet number values when diffusion is dominant the surface coverage is shown to approach the Random Sequential Adsorption value while it drops noticeably for high Péclet number values. Obtained data were also used to calculate the loss of porosity and permeability.Three-dimensional microscale simulation of colloidal particle transport and deposition in model porous media with converging/diverging geometries
http://hdl.handle.net/10985/15655
Three-dimensional microscale simulation of colloidal particle transport and deposition in model porous media with converging/diverging geometries
LI, Yajie; AHMADI, Azita; OMARI, Aziz; PU, Hongting
The microscale simulation of colloidal particle transport and deposition in porous media was achieved with a novel colloidal particle tracking model, called 3D-PTPO (Three-Dimensional Particle Tracking model by Python® and OpenFOAM®), using a Lagrangian method. Simulations were performed by considering the elementary pore structure as a capillary tube with converging/diverging geometries (tapered pipe and venturi tube). The particles are considered as a mass point during transport in the flow and their volume is reconstructed when they are deposited. The main feature of this novel model is to renew the flow field by reconstructing the pore structure by taking the volume of the deposited particles into account. The influence of the particle Péclet number (Pe) and the pore shape on the particle deposition therein is investigated. The results are analyzed in terms of deposition probability and dimensionless surface coverage as a function of the number of injected particles for a vast range of Péclet numbers thus allowing distinguishing the behavior in diffusion dominant and advection dominant regimes. Finally, the maximum dimensionless surface coverage Γfinal/ΓRSA is studied as a function of Pe. The declining trend observed for high Pe is in good agreement with experimental and simulation results found in the literature.
Mon, 01 Jan 2018 00:00:00 GMThttp://hdl.handle.net/10985/156552018-01-01T00:00:00ZLI, YajieAHMADI, AzitaOMARI, AzizPU, HongtingThe microscale simulation of colloidal particle transport and deposition in porous media was achieved with a novel colloidal particle tracking model, called 3D-PTPO (Three-Dimensional Particle Tracking model by Python® and OpenFOAM®), using a Lagrangian method. Simulations were performed by considering the elementary pore structure as a capillary tube with converging/diverging geometries (tapered pipe and venturi tube). The particles are considered as a mass point during transport in the flow and their volume is reconstructed when they are deposited. The main feature of this novel model is to renew the flow field by reconstructing the pore structure by taking the volume of the deposited particles into account. The influence of the particle Péclet number (Pe) and the pore shape on the particle deposition therein is investigated. The results are analyzed in terms of deposition probability and dimensionless surface coverage as a function of the number of injected particles for a vast range of Péclet numbers thus allowing distinguishing the behavior in diffusion dominant and advection dominant regimes. Finally, the maximum dimensionless surface coverage Γfinal/ΓRSA is studied as a function of Pe. The declining trend observed for high Pe is in good agreement with experimental and simulation results found in the literature.