PoreChem - Simulation of Reactive Material Transport in Porous Media. Reactive mass transport of dissolved species is highly relevant in many processes in the environment and industry. Functionalized filter membranes are examples of these, the absorption of dissolved reactive chemicals in rocks or nanoporous reactors are others. In order to study these processes and the optimization thereof in the industrial sector it is required to have information about the time dependent behavior of the reactive mass transport on the pore-scale. To this end we developed PoreChem, a new, sophisticated software package, by means of which it is possible to simulate three-dimensional flow, mass transport and reactions of chemically reactive dissolved species in porous media.
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- Calo, Victor M.; Iliev, Oleg; Nunes, Suzana P.; Printsypar, Galina; Shi, Meixia: Cell-element simulations to optimize the performance of osmotic processes in porous membranes (2018)