By H. Zingl, M. Haftel, H. Zankel
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Therefore, the perturbation pore-fluid velocity is essentially the convective pore-fluid velocity, while the total pore-fluid velocity is the sum of the convective pore-fluid velocity plus the advective pore-fluid velocity. In this situation, the upward throughflow velocity is essentially identical to the advective pore-fluid velocity. 0, respectively. It is obvious from Fig. 6 that the Peclet number Pe has a significant effect on the pattern of total convective pore-fluid flow in the hydrothermal system.
In this chapter, we will investigate how the heterogeneity of crustal material may affect convective heat transfer in the crust. In particular, the following three aspects, namely the effects of layering, of an uneven porosity distribution due to thermoelasticity of crustal material and of temperature-dependent viscosity of the pore-fluids, are considered either numerically or analytically to demonstrate the corresponding effects on heat transfer in a heterogeneous crust. 1 The Influence of Layered Material Heterogeneity on Convective Heat Transfer in a Heterogeneous Crust In order to investigate both material heterogeneity and geometrical irregularity of the crust, the finite element method has become a very useful tool in recent years.
Within the range of the Peclet number considered (Pe < 50/9), Racritical decreases as Pe increases, that is, pore-fluid convective flow becomes easier when the velocity of the upward throughflow is increased. Conversely, a decrease in the velocity of the upward throughflow makes the pore-fluid convective flow difficult. Based on the above recognition, Zhao et al. (1999a) also numerically simulated pore-fluid convective flow in the crust with upward throughflow. However, from the computational point of view, the problem domain must be finite in size.
Few Body Systems and Nuclear Forces II by H. Zingl, M. Haftel, H. Zankel