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1 Abrams, A.: The influence of fluid viscosity, interfacial tension, and flow velocity on residual oil left by waterflood. Soc. Petr. Eng. Journal 15, 437 (1975)
2 Ataie-Ashtiani, B., Hassanizadeh, S., Oung, O., Westrate, F., Bezuijen, A.: Numerical modelling of two-phase flow in a geocentrifuge. Environmental Modeling and Software 18, 231 (2003)
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4 Avraam, D.G., Payatakes, A.C.: Flow mechanisms, relative permeabilities and coupling effects in steady-state two-phase flow through porous media. the case of strong wettability. Industrial Engineering Chemistry Research 38, 778 – 786 (1999)
5 Bear, J.: Dynamics of Fluids in Porous Media. Elsevier Publ. Co., New York (1972)
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11 Collins, R.: Flow of Fluids through Porous Materials. Reinhold Publishing Co., New York (1961)
12 Dam, A., Zegeling, P.: A robust moving mesh finite volume method applied to 1d hyperbolic conservation laws from magnetohydrodynamics. Journal of Computational Physics 216, 526 (2006)
13 Dias, M., Payatakes, A.: Network models for two-phase flow in porous media I: Immiscible microdisplacement of non-wetting fluids. J. Fluid Mech. 164, 305 (1986)
14 van Dijke, M., Sorbie, K.: Pore-scale network model for three-phase flow in mixed-wet porous media. Phys.Rev.E 66, 046,301 (2002)
15 Doster, F., Zegeling, P., Hilfer, R.: Numerical solutions of a generalized theory for macroscopic capillarity (2008)
16 Dullien, F.: Porous Media - Fluid Transport and Pore Structure. Academic Press, San Diego (1992)
17 Fatt, I.: The network model of porous media I. capillary pressure characteristics. AIME Petroleum Transactions 207, 144 (1956)
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20 Helmig, R.: Multiphase Flow and Transport Processes in the Subsurface. Springer, Berlin (1997)
21 Hidajat, I., Rastogi, A., Singh, M., Mohanty, K.: Transport properties of porous media from thin-sections (2001). Paper SPE69623 presented 2001 at the SPE Latin American and Carribean Petroleum Engineering Conference, Buenos Aires, Argentina
22 Hilfer, R.: Transport and relaxation phenomena in porous media. Advances in Chemical Physics XCII, 299 (1996)
23 Hilfer, R.: Macroscopic equations of motion for two phase flow in porous media. Physical Review E 58, 2090 (1998)
24 Hilfer, R.: Capillary pressure, hysteresis and residual saturation in porous media. Physica A 359, 119 (2006)
25 Hilfer, R.: Macroscopic capillarity and hysteresis for flow in porous media. Phys.Rev.E 73, 016,307 (2006)
26 Hilfer, R.: Macroscopic capillarity without a constitutive capillary pressure function. Physica A 371, 209 (2006)
27 Hilfer, R.: Modeling and simulation of macrocapillarity. In: Garrido, P., Hurtado, P., Marro, J. (eds.) CP1091, Modeling and Simulation of Materials, p. 141. American Institute of Physics, New York (2009)
28 Hilfer, R., Besserer, H.: Macroscopic two phase flow in porous media. Physica B 279, 125 (2000)
29 Hilfer, R., Besserer, H.: Old problems and new solutions for multiphase flow in porous media. In: Dmitrievsky, A., Panfilov, M. (eds.) Porous Media: Physics, Models, Simulation, p. 133. World Scientific Publ. Co., Singapore (2000)
30 Jamin, J.: Memoire sur l’equilibre et le mouvement des liquides dans les corps poreux. Comptes Rendus Academie de Sciences de France 50, 172 (1860)
31 Jerauld, G., Salter, S.: The effect of pore structure on hysteresis in relative permeability and capillary pressure: Pore level modeling. Transport in Porous Media 5, 103 (1990)
32 Marsily, G.: Quantitative Hydrogeology – Groundwater Hydrology for Engineers. Academic Press, San Diego (1986)
33 McKellar, M., Wardlaw, N.: A method of making two dimensional glass micromodels of pore sytems. J. Cdn. Pet. Tech. 21, 39 (1982)
34 Øren, P., Billiotte, J., Pinczewski, W.: Mobilization of waterflood residual oil by gas injection for water wet conditions. SPE Formation and Evaluation March 1992, 70 (1992)
35 Oxaal, U.: Fractal viscous fingering in inhomogeneous porous models. Phys. Rev. A 44, 5038 (1991)
36 Oxaal, U., Boger, F., Feder, J., Jøssang, T., Meakin, P., Aharony, A.: Viscous fingering in square lattice models with two types of bonds. Phys. Rev. A 44, 6564 (1991)
37 Payatakes, A.: Dynamics of oil ganglia during immiscible displacement in water-wet porous media. Ann.Rev.Fluid Mech. 14, 365 (1982)
38 Payatakes, A., Neira, M.: Model of the constricted unit cell type for isotropic granular porous media. AIChE Journal 23, 922 (1977)
39Scheidegger, A.: The Physics of Flow Through Porous Media. University of Toronto Press, Canada (1957)
40 Sheta, H.: Simulation von Mehrphasenvorgängen in porösen Medien unter Einbeziehung von Hysterese-Effekten. Ph.D. thesis, Institut für Wasserbau, Universität Stuttgart (1999)
41 Taber, J.: Dynamic and static forces required to remove a discontinuous oil phase from porous media containing both oil and water. Soc.Petr.Eng. Journal 9, 3 (1969)
42 de Wiest, R.: Flow Through Porous Media. Academic Press, New York (1969)
43 Wyckoff, R., Botset, H.: Flow of gas-liquid mixtures through unconsolidated sands. Physics 7, 325 (1936)
44 Zegeling, P., Blom, J.: An evaluation of the gradient weighted moving finite element method in one space dimension. Journal of Computational Physics 103, 422 (1992)