By Manel Gutierrez
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In the zero wavenumber limit, the Burnett terms may be neglected. Equation (85) was verified by Alley (1979) via molecular dynamics simulation for a two-dimensional random overlapping hard disk Lorentz gas, and recently (MacElroy and Tomlin, 1992; MacElroy, 1992, unpublished), its validity was further confirmed for the three-dimensional analog this system (Fig. lla). The time-dependent behavior suggested by Eq. (77) was also observed in molecular dynamics studies adsorbing Lennard-Jones fluids [Eq.
London-van der Waals Interactions. , Usually the particle-pore wall potential function is represented by a two-body interaction in’whichthe solid is treated as a smeared continuum of Lennard-Jones interaction sites. Heinbuch and Fischer employed a layered structure of concentric cylindrical shells of smeared solid atoms in MD simulations of an adsorbing Lennard-Jones vapor. However, the most common representation is that of a continuum solid that is devoid of any internal or surface structure, and for a pore fluid characterized by the potential given in Eq.
The size of the fluid particles relative to the size of a typical cavity in the void region is inconsequential) and are therefore restricted to macroporous media or to heterogeneous composites. As may be clearly inferred from the results discussed earlier for idealized microcapillaries, in microporous media or in the amorphous regions of dense polymer films the molecularproperties of the components in the system 40 MAcELROY must be taken into consideration. Another limitation of these models and also of recent variational formulations of gas diffusion in random media (Ho and Strieder, 1980) is their inability to predict the properties of the permeating fluid at or nearapercolationtransition.