Transport in Porous Media publishes original research on the physical and chemical aspects of transport of extensive quantities such as mass of a fluid phase, mass of a component of a phase, momentum and energy, in single and multiphase flow in a (possibly deformable) porous medium domain. These are presented in the context of chemical, civil, agricultural, petroleum and mechanical engineering. Transport phenomena, understood from the microscopic scale upward, form the basis for deterministic and stochastic models that describe them. The models are adaptable to describe flow and contaminant transport in aquifers; oil and gas movement in petroleum reservoirs; solvent drives and enhanced oil recovery; heat and mass transport in packed bed reactors in chemical engineering, in geothermal reservoirs and in building materials; spread of pollutants from radioactive waste repositories; filtration processes, and biomedical studies of fluid and chemical transport in lungs and other organs.
0169-3913 (Print) 1573-1634 (Online)
The Journal was founded in 1936, being the first special journal in the area of control. At present the scope of the journal is entirely control theory problems and applications. The journal publishes surveys, original papers, and short communications in the field of control theory (deterministic, stochastic, adaptive, robust formulations) and its applications (computer control, components and instruments, process control, social and economy control, etc.).
0005-1179 (print version) / 1608-3032 (electronic version)