The aim of this research lab is to conduct high-quality research in diverse areas of flow and transport in porous media. The main thrust is on theoretical and computational modeling of the flow and transport processes that are backed by rigorous experimental validation.

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Latest news:
1- Oral presentation, “Wicking Simulation in Non-homogeneous Fibrous Wicks” at National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) 2018 at the University of Central Oklahoma by Tanya Schilling.

2-Oral presentation, 14th International Conference on Flow Processes in Composite Materials, 29 May-01 Jun 2018 by Prof. Krishna Pillai

3-Oral presentation,”Application of Sharp- and Diffuse-Front Models for Predicting Mass Gain and Saturation in Fibrous Wicks”, InterPore Conference 2018 by Amin Zarandi


Simulation of drying of a porous medium using PORODRY after coupling inside and outside flows

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Evolution of partial saturation during mold filling of a car hood simulated by POREFLOW (isothermal dual-scale simulation)