Fluid flow in reactive media
Fluid flow in reactive media: the study of fluid flow in systems where the solid and liquid phases have important interactions. In this sense, reaction includes situations in which the solid is deformable, soluble in the fluid, or melting. These include studies of mantle flow and partial melting, magma transport in partially molten rock and the flow of hydrothermal fluids through permeable rock.
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