Category Archives: Publications

PoreLab paper on “The Co-Moving Velocity in Immiscible Two-Phase Flow in Porous Media” published in TiPM

The important paper from Subhadeep Roy, Håkon Pedersen, Santanu Sinha & Alex Hansen was published in Transport in Porous Media in May 2022. Click on the following link to read it: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11242-022-01783-7#article-info Abstract: We present a continuum (i.e., an effective) description of immiscible two-phase flow in porous media characterized by two fields, the pressure and the saturation. Gradients in

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PoreLab paper on “Non-Newtonian Rheology in a Capillary Tube with Varying Radius” published in TiPM

The paper from Federico Lanza, Alberto Rosso, Laurent Talon & Alex Hansen was accepted and published on August 27th, 2022, under Transport in Porous Media. Congratulations! Abstract: Fluid blobs in an immiscible Newtonian fluid flowing in a capillary tube with varying radius show highly nonlinear behavior. We consider here a generalization of previously obtained results to blobs of non-Newtonian

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The last article from Vilde Bråten and al. on “Equation of state for confined fluids” has been chosen as featured article and as science highlight by AIP

The last article from Vilde Bråten, Daniel Tianhou Zhang, Morten Hammer, Ailo Aasen, Sondre Schnell and Øivind Wilhelmsen, all members at PoreLab, on “Equation of state for confined fluids” has been chosen as Featured Article by the Journal of Chemical Physics. The journal wrote the following: “Editors felt that your article was one of the

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PoreLab paper on “All-fibre heterogeneously-integrated frequency comb generation using silicon core fibre” published in Nature Communication

The paper from Ursula Gibson on “All-fibre heterogeneously-integrated frequency comb generation using silicon core fibre” was accepted and published under Nature Communication. Congratulations! Abstract: Originally developed for metrology, optical frequency combs are becoming increasingly pervasive in a wider range of research topics including optical communications, spectroscopy, and radio or microwave signal processing. However, application demands

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PoreLab paper on “Localised structuring of metal-semiconductor cores in silica clad fibres using laser-driven thermal gradients” published in Nature Communication

The paper from Seunghan Song and al.  on “Localised structuring of metal-semiconductor cores in silica clad fibres using laser-driven thermal gradients” was accepted and published under Nature Communications. Congratulations!  Abstract: The molten core drawing method allows scalable fabrication of novel core fibres with kilometre lengths. With metal and semiconducting components combined in a glass-clad fibre,

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The paper entitled “Perturbation theories for fluids with short-ranged attractive forces: A case study of the Lennard-Jones spline fluid” was recently selected to be Editors Pick and ended up at the cover of the Journal of Chemical Physics.

Congratulations to Øivind Wilhelmsen, Bjørn Hafskjold, Morten Hammer and Ailo Aasen! Their recent paper, Perturbation theories for fluids with short-ranged attractive forces: A case study of the Lennard-Jones spline fluid ended up on the cover of the Journal of Chemical Physics, Volume 156, Issue 10. It was also awarded with Editors pick!  In the paper, researchers from

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Nanomaterials: The Special Issue “Nanoscale Thermodynamics” is now online!

The Special Issue “Nanoscale Thermodynamics” is now online. Please check it via: https://www.mdpi.com/books/pdfview/book/4021 This book is a printed edition of the Special Issue Nanoscale Thermodynamics that was published in Nanomaterials Editor: Prof. Signe Kjelstrup (PoreLab, NTNU) Pages: 168 Published: July 2021 Download pdf here >> This Special Issue concerns the development of a theory for energy conversion on the

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Application of Nanoparticles for Oil Recovery

The Special Issue reprint book “Application of Nanoparticles for Oil Recovery” has been published online and is freely accessible on the MDPI Books platform (https://www.mdpi.com/books/pdfview/book/3891). The reprint book will be listed in the Directory of Open Access Books (DOAB), Google Books and WorldCat and is available through several distribution platforms, e.g., Amazon. Furthermore, the book

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Read more about Review-Reversible Heat Effects in Cells Relevant for Lithium-Ion Batteries in the last publication from Gunnarshaug et al.

Title: Review—Reversible Heat Effects in Cells Relevant for Lithium-Ion Batteries Authors: Astrid F. Gunnarshaug, Preben J. S. Vie and Signe Kjelstrup Publication here: https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1149/1945-7111/abfd73 Published : 13 May 2021 Journal: Journal of the The Electrochemical Society, Volume 168, Number 5 Abstract: We review measurements of reversible heat effects in lithium-ion batteries, i.e. entropy changes and Seebeck coefficients of

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Read the last publication from Louison Thorens et al. on Magnetic Janssen effect in Nature Communications

Congratulations to Louison Thorens, PhD candidate at PoreLab UiO, Norway, Knut Jørgen Måløy, Professor at UiO, Mickaël Bourgoin, Directeur de Recherche at CNRS, ENS Lyon and Stéphane Santucci, CNRS researcher at ENS Lyon, France, for their last publication under Nature Communications. This is a major accomplishement! Article here >> Title: Magnetic Janssen Effect Abstract: A

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An article that celebrates women scientists in physical chemistry and chemical physics …

The article, “Peltier effects in lithium-ion battery modelling,” was published online on 15 March 2021, in Journal of Chemical Physics (Vol.154, Issue 11). It may be accessed via the link below: https://doi.org/10.1063/5.0038168DOI: 10.1063/5.0038168 Authors:  Lena Spitthoff (1), Astrid Fagertun Gunnarshaug (2), Dick Bedeaux (2) Odne Burheim (1) and Signe Kjelstrup (2)1)  Department of Energy and

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Read about Fluid Meniscus Algorithms for Dynamic Pore-Network Modeling of Immiscible Two-Phase Flow in Porous Media in the last publication from Sinha et al.

Authors: Santanu Sinha1,2*, Magnus Aa. Gjennestad2, Morten Vassvik2 and Alex Hansen2,1 1Beijing Computational Science Research Center, Beijing, China 2PoreLab, Department of Physics, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway Published: Front. Phys., 11 March 2021 | https://doi.org/10.3389/fphy.2020.548497 Abstract: We present in detail a set of algorithms for a dynamic pore-network model of immiscible two-phase flow in porous media

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The last publication from Gjengedal et al. is the second most viewed article in 2020

The publication from Gjengedal et al., published in Transport of Porous Media, volume 134, is the second most viewed article in 2020. Congratulations! Title:  Fluid flow through 3D-printed particle beds: a new technique for understanding, validating, and improving predictability of permeability from empirical equations Authors: Sondre Gjengedal, Vegard Brøtan, Ole T. Buset, Erik Larsen, Olav Å. Berg, Ole Torsæter, Randi K. Ramstad, Bernt

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Last publications from Olav Galteland and Eivind Bering selected as Editor’s choice by Nanomaterials

The last publications: Nanothermodynamic Description and Molecular Simulation of a Single-Phase Fluid in a Slit Pore, a publication by Olav Galteland 1, Signe Kjelstrup 1 and Dick Bedeaux 1 A Legendre–Fenchel Transform for Molecular Stretching Energies, a publication by Eivind Bering 2, Dick Bedeaux 1, Signe Kjelstrup 1, Astrid S. de Wijn3, Ivan Latella4, J. Miguel Rubi4 have been

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