Solute contours in a 3D adaptive simulation of double-diffusive convection in a porous medium. A plume of warm, low concentration fluid is convected upward, and a solute boundary layer develops near the bottom of the domain. The adaptivity is driven by a physics-independent indicator as discussed in Sect. , which in this case is related to inter-element jumps in the solutal flux
Different models for flow in porous media, including the Elder
problem and the double-diffusive natural convection problem shown
in Fig. 10 , have been studied, as have biological
simulations of e.
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