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How can one build a multi-scale physics model of fluid flow phenomena?
I am working on a problem in Computational Fluid Dynamics, modeling multi-phase fluid flow through porous media. Though there are continuum equations to describe macroscopic flow (darcy's law, ...
Jan 15 '12 at 23:27
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