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In the past two or three decades, fractured rock domains have received increasing attention not only in reservoir engineering and hydrology, but also in connection with geological isolation of radioactive waste. Locations in both the saturated and unsaturated zones have been under consideration because such repositories are sources of heat and potential sources of groundwater contamination. Thus, in addition to the transport of mass of fluid phases in single and multiphase flow, the issues of heat transport and mass transport of components have to be addressed. Read more...
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Jacob L. "Jake" Barnett (born 1998), is an American physics student who received publicity at the age of 12 based on erroneous reports that he had disproved, was about to disprove, or had expanded Einstein's theory of relativity, that he had developed a novel theory of astrophysics, or that he was in line for a Nobel Prize.
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