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Porosity and permeability are two major hydraulic properties that govern flow through porous media. Different kinds of processes can lead to alterations of the pore space which eventually change the hydraulic properties. This project focuses primarily on fluid-solid interfaces that are prone to change as a result of microbial activity. The alterations need to be measured experimentally and interpreted on the scales of interest by means of numerical simulations. It is also required to improve the efficiency of corresponding complex numerical simulation methods.
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Feb 10, 2021 - Publication: Experimental Methods and Imaging for Enzymatically Induced Calcite Precipitation in a microfluidic cell
Weinhardt, Felix; Class, Holger; Vahid Dastjerdi, Samaneh; Karadimitriou, Nikolaos; Lee, Dongwon; Steeb, Holger, 2021, "Optical Microscopy and pressure measurements of Enzymatically Induced Calcite Precipitation (EICP) in a microfluidic cell",, DaRUS, V1
Content: This dataset includes raw as well as processed data from three experiments (Exp 1 - 3). Each dataset consists of the readouts from the pressure sensor(s), as logged with the use of QmixElements, raw images, and segmented images. Log files: Data in the log files are essen...
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