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Gravity-driven flows of non-Newtonian fluids in porous media

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Gravity currents of Newtonian fluids in homogeneous porous media have been widely studied and experimentally validated. In practical applications (geophysical, environmental, industrial and biological) often porous media are not homogeneous and fluids are non Newtonian, and require a reformulation of the problems. A comprehensive analytical and experimental framework is presented to describe gravity-driven motions of rheologically complex fluids through porous media, homogeneous or deterministically heterogeneous.

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