Network model for fluid transport through sea ice

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Publication Type Journal Article
School or College College of Science
Department Mathematics
Creator Golden, Kenneth M.; Zhu, Jing Yi
Other Author Jabini, A.; Eicken, H.; Morris, M.
Title Network model for fluid transport through sea ice
Date 2006
Description The flow of liquid through porous sea ice is a fundamental process affecting problems in polar biology, oceanography and geophysics. The geometry and connectedness of the pore microstructure of sea ice determine its fluid permeability, which depends strongly on temperature. Here we analyze a simple pipe network as a basis for modeling fluid flow through the complex porous microstructure, and for numerical approximations of the fluid permeability of sea ice as a function of temperature.
Type Text
Publisher International Glaciological Society
Volume 44
First Page 129
Last Page 133
Subject Fluid transport; Pipe network; Brine
Subject LCSH Sea ice; Porosity; Salt
Dissertation Institution University of Utah
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Zhu, J., Jabini, A., Golden, K. M., Eicken, H., Morris, M. (2006). Network model for fluid transport through sea ice. Annals of Glaciology, 44, 129-33.
Rights Management (c)International Glaciological Society
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Date Created 2012-06-13
Date Modified 2013-02-12
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