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Author Daïan, Jean-François
Title Equilibrium and Transfer in Porous Media 1 : Equilibrium States
Imprint Somerset : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2014
©2014
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Edition 1st ed
Descript 1 online resource (230 pages)
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Note Cover -- Title Page -- Contents -- Foreword -- Nomenclature -- Introduction -- Chapter 1. Fluids in Equilibrium in the Pore Space: Capillary Behavior -- 1.1. The pore space and its representation -- 1.1.1. Complexity of the pore space -- 1.1.2. Description of the microstructure -- 1.1.3. Porometric distribution: representation through cylindrical pores -- 1.2. Capillary pressureGL and interfacial mechanical equilibrium: Laplace's law -- 1.2.1. Two-phase occupation of the pore space -- 1.2.2. Capillarity: wetting and interfacial tension -- 1.2.3. Laplace's law: capillary pressure -- 1.2.4. Saturation: retention curves -- 1.2.5. Fluids and cohesion of granular media -- 1.3. Liquid-vapor thermodynamic equilibrium: Kelvin's law -- 1.3.1. The capillary couple of volatile liquid-inert gas -- 1.3.2. Partial pressure of vapor: Kelvin's law -- 1.3.3. Sorption isotherms: the capillary domain and the adsorption domain -- 1.3.4. State variables and "contingent variables" -- Chapter 2. Interfaces, Equilibrium of Solutions and Freezing in Porous Media: Thermodynamic Aspects -- 2.1. Interfaces and adsorption -- 2.1.1. Interfacial films -- 2.1.2. Capillary interface -- 2.1.3. Wetting and adsorption films -- 2.1.4. Intersection of the interfaces and wetting angles -- 2.1.5. Thermodynamics of interface and adsorption -- 2.2. Solutions in porous media: capillary potential and osmotic potential -- 2.2.1. Mechanical and thermodynamic equilibrium of solutions -- 2.2.2. Osmotic barriers -- 2.3. Freezing of the interstitial liquid -- 2.3.1. Mechanical and thermodynamic equilibrium -- 2.3.2. The freezing process: thermoporometry -- 2.4. Appendix: thermodynamic points of reference -- 2.4.1. Pressure in fluids -- 2.4.2. Principles of thermodynamics and state functions -- 2.4.3. Diphasic equilibrium of a pure body -- 2.4.4. Thermodynamics of mixtures
2.4.5. Expression of state functions -- Chapter 3. Capillary Behavior and Porometry: Experimental Investigation -- 3.1. Retention curves -- 3.1.1. Retention curves and morphology of the pore space -- 3.1.2. Displacements of immiscible liquids -- 3.1.3. The liquid-gas couple -- 3.1.4. The van Genuchten Form -- 3.1.5. Orders of magnitude -- 3.1.6. The case of deformable materials -- 3.2. Metrology of capillarity -- 3.2.1. Measurement of capillary pressure: tensiometer -- 3.2.2. Measuring saturation -- 3.2.3. Choice and treatment of the samples -- 3.3. Experimental determination and interpretation of retention curves -- 3.3.1. Open air drainage and imbibition -- 3.3.2. (Richards) pressure plate -- 3.3.3. Mercury porometry -- 3.3.4. Pore space and interstitial fluids imaging -- 3.4. Appendices and exercises -- 3.4.1. Hydrostatics and retention curves -- 3.4.2. Retention curves of a material with rough porometry -- 3.4.3. Dripping and centrifugation -- 3.4.4. Porometric distributions and in situ hydrostatic equilibrium -- 3.4.5. Capillary barrier -- 3.4.6. The fate of the entrained air during imbibition -- 3.4.7. Nucleation during drainage -- 3.4.8. Basic principles of percolation theory -- Chapter 4. Sorption and Porometry: Experimental Investigations -- 4.1. Sorption metrology -- 4.1.1. Measurement of the saturation rate of vapor -- 4.1.2. Controlling the saturation rate of the vapor. Experimental determination of the sorption isotherms -- 4.2. Sorption isotherms interpretation -- 4.2.1. Capillary behavior and adsorption -- 4.2.2. Pure adsorption: BET interpretation and the specific surface -- 4.2.3. Capillary condensation: BJH interpretation -- 4.3. Thermal effects, adsorption heat and osmotic effects -- 4.3.1. The influence of temperature -- 4.3.2. Adsorption heat -- 4.3.3. Influence of dissolved species -- 4.4. Appendices and exercises
4.4.1. Oven drying of a hygroscopic material: simplified study -- 4.4.2. Balancing kinetics in an osmotic-conditioning chamber -- 4.4.3. BJH porometry -- 4.4.4. Mercury porometry and BJH model -- 4.4.5. Determination of the adsorption heat -- Glossary -- Bibliography -- Index -- Summary of other Volumes in the Series
A porous medium is composed of a solid matrix and its geometrical complement: the pore space. This pore space can be occupied by one or more fluids. The understanding of transport phenomena in porous media is a challenging intellectual task.  This book provides a detailed analysis of the aspects required for the understanding of many experimental techniques in the field of porous media transport phenomena. It is aimed at students or engineers who may not be looking specifically to become theoreticians in porous media, but wish to integrate knowledge of porous media with their previous scientific culture, or who may have encountered them when dealing with a technological problem.  While avoiding the details of the more mathematical and abstract developments of the theories of macroscopization, the author gives as accurate and rigorous an idea as possible of the methods used to establish the major laws of macroscopic behavior in porous media. He also illustrates the constitutive laws and equations by demonstrating some of their classical applications. Priority is to put forward the constitutive laws in concrete circumstances without going into technical detail. This first volume in the three-volume series focuses on fluids in equilibrium in the pore space;  interfaces, the equilibrium of solutions and freezing in porous media; and gives experimental investigations of capillary behavior and porometry, and sorption and porometry
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Subject Nanostructured materials.;Porometry.;Porous materials
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