Springer-Verlag Berlin, 2008, 229 pages, ISBN: 3540795103This monograph aims to provide state-of-the-art theoretical results in a systematic treatment of convective and advective heat transfer during fluid flow in geological systems at the crustal scale. Although some numerical results are provided to complement theoretical ones, the main focus of this monograph is on theoretical aspects of the topic. The theoretical treatment contained in this monograph is also applicable to a wide range of problems of other length-scales such as engineering length-scales. To broaden the readership of this monograph, common mathematical notations are used to derive the theoretical solutions. This enables this monograph to be used either as a useful textbook for postgraduate students or as a valuable reference book for mathematicians, engineers and geoscientists.Introduction Distribution of Pore-Fluid Pressure Gradient in the Crust with Temperature Neglected Pore-Fluid Pressure Gradients in the Crust with Heat Conduction and Advection Convective Heat Transfer in a Homogeneous Crust Convective Heat Transfer in a Heterogeneous Crust Pore-Fluid Focusing within Two-Dimensional Faults and Cracks of Crustal Scales with No Temperature Effects: Solutions Expressed in a Local Coordinate System Pore-Fluid Focusing within Two-Dimensional Faults and Cracks of Crustal Scales with No Temperature Effects: Solutions Expressed in a Global Coordinate System Pore-Fluid Flow Focused Transient Heat Transfer within and around Two-Dimensional Faults and Cracks of Crustal Scales Convective Heat Transfer within Three-Dimensional Vertical Faults Heated from Below Convective Heat Transfer within Three-Dimensional Inclined Faults Heated from Below Double-Diffusion Driven Convective Heat Transfer within Three-Dimensional Vertical Faults Heated from Below Convection Induced Ore Body Formation and Mineralization within the Upper Crust of the Earth
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