Fluid Shock Wave Generation at Solid-Material Discontinuity Surfaces in Porous Media

Abstract : A general set of boundary conditions at the interface between dissimilar fuid-filled porous matrices is established starting from an extended Hamilton-Rayleigh principle. These conditions do include inertial effects. Once linearized, they encompass boundary conditions relative to volume Darcy-Brinkman and to surface Saffman-Beavers-Joseph-Deresiewicz dissipation effects.
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Francesco Dell'Isola, Pierre Seppecher, Angela Madeo. Fluid Shock Wave Generation at Solid-Material Discontinuity Surfaces in Porous Media. Variational Models and Methods in Solid and Fluid Mechanics, Volume 535 of the series CISM Courses and Lectures , pp. 315-358, 2012. ⟨hal-00601626⟩

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