PORFLOW is a comprehensive CFD tool developed by Analytic & Computational Research, Inc., ACRi, to accurately solve problems involving transient or steady state fluid flow, heat, salinity and mass transport in multi-phase, variably saturated, porous or fractured media with dynamic phase change. The porous/fractured media may be anisotropic and heterogeneous, arbitrary sources (injection or pumping wells) may be present and, chemical reactions or radioactive decay may take place. It accommodates alternate fluid and media property relations and complex and arbitrary boundary conditions. The geometry may be 2D or 3D, Cartesian or Cylindrical and the mesh may be structured or unstructured, giving maximum flexibility to the user.
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- Vrankar, L.; Turk, G.; Runovc, F.: Verification of meshless methods in transport modelling of radionuclide migration through the porous media (2006)
- Lanteri, Stéphane; Raffourt, Christian: Strategies for reducing computing time of nuclear waste management simulations using the \textttPORFLOW(^TM) software (2004)
Further publications can be found at: http://www.acricfd.com/software/porflow/pub.htm