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Journal of Zhejiang University SCIENCE A 2022 Vol.23 No.9 P.704-720

http://doi.org/10.1631/jzus.A2200047


Influence of wettability in immiscible displacements with lattice Boltzmann method


Author(s):  Chen ZHOU, Wen-yuan WANG, Ke-xin CHEN, Ze-jian CHEN, Jongwon JUNG, Shuai ZHANG, Yun-min CHEN, Bate BATE

Affiliation(s):  Institute of Geotechnical Engineering, College of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou 310058, China; more

Corresponding email(s):   112177@zju.edu.cn, batebate@zju.edu.cn

Key Words:  Wettability, Porous media, Lattice Boltzmann method (LBM), Multiphase flow


Chen ZHOU, Wen-yuan WANG, Ke-xin CHEN, Ze-jian CHEN, Jongwon JUNG, Shuai ZHANG, Yun-min CHEN, Bate BATE. Influence of wettability in immiscible displacements with lattice Boltzmann method[J]. Journal of Zhejiang University Science A, 2022, 23(9): 704-720.

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Abstract: 
The role of wettability, often characterized by contact angle (θ), in two-phase immiscible phases displacement is not well understood. In this study, the color gradient lattice Boltzmann method (LBM), capable of maintaining the prescribed θ (from 0° to 180° at intervals of 10°) throughout the numerical simulations, was used to investigate the displacement patterns and displacement efficiency in a 2D porous medium. The capillary numbers (Ca) used were 0.01, 1, and 100, and the viscosity ratios (M) used were 0.1, 1, and 10. At M=10, the saturation (S) had a bilinear relationship with θ, while for M=0.1 and 1, the S-‍θ relationships were complicated by Ca. A saturation contour in the M-Ca-θ space was proposed to demonstrate the movement of a traditional 2D M-‍‍Ca phase diagram with θ increments. The value of S continued to increase after the breakthrough, and the final saturation (0.997) for the hydrophilic condition (θ=10°) was higher than that (0.673) for the hydrophobic condition (θ=170°).

基于格子波尔兹曼方法研究润湿性对非混相驱替的影响

作者:周宸1,王文远1,陈可心1,陈泽健2,Jongwon JUNG3,张帅1,陈云敏1,巴特1
机构:1浙江大学,建筑工程学院,岩土工程研究所,中国杭州,310058;2香港理工大学,土木与环境工程系,中国香港,九龙红磡;3忠北国立大学,土木工程学院,韩国忠北清州市,28644
目的:研究润湿性对于多孔介质驱替的影响,以提高驱替效率。
创新点:1.同时考虑了润湿性、毛细管数和粘滞比三者对驱替的影响并建立了三维相图;2.采用可以准确模拟接触角的边界条件算法,且模拟范围包含所有润湿性条件。
方法:采用格子波尔兹曼方法(LBM)对不同毛细管数-粘滞比组合下的19组接触角进行模拟,建立其与驱替形态和效率的影响。
结论:1.存在最优接触角使得击穿时的驱替效率最高;2.三维驱替相图包含了传统相图,反映了润湿性会使二维相图的驱替区域整体偏移。

关键词:润湿性;多孔介质;格子波尔兹曼方法(LBM);多相流

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