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Wen Deng
Wen Deng
Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering, Missouri University of Science & Technology
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Microfluidic model porous media: Fabrication and applications
A Anbari, HT Chien, SS Datta, W Deng, DA Weitz, J Fan
Small 14 (18), 1703575, 2018
2182018
The role of eddies inside pores in the transition from Darcy to Forchheimer flows
K Chaudhary, MB Cardenas, W Deng, PC Bennett
Geophysical Research Letters 38 (24), 2011
902011
Chemical and hydrodynamic mechanisms for long-term geological carbon storage
SJ Altman, B Aminzadeh, MT Balhoff, PC Bennett, SL Bryant, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 118 (28), 15103-15113, 2014
802014
Theory for dynamic longitudinal dispersion in fractures and rivers with Poiseuille flow
L Wang, MB Cardenas, W Deng, PC Bennett
Geophysical Research Letters 39 (5), 2012
792012
Pore geometry effects on intrapore viscous to inertial flows and on effective hydraulic parameters
K Chaudhary, MB Cardenas, W Deng, PC Bennett
Water Resources Research 49 (2), 1149-1162, 2013
662013
Effect of permeable biofilm on micro-and macro-scale flow and transport in bioclogged pores
W Deng, MB Cardenas, MF Kirk, SJ Altman, PC Bennett
Environmental Science & Technology 47 (19), 11092-11098, 2013
582013
Temperature and residual stress distribution of FGM parts by DED process: modeling and experimental validation
L Li, X Zhang, W Cui, F Liou, W Deng, W Li
The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology 109, 451-462, 2020
572020
Viscosity effects in vibratory mobilization of residual oil
IA Beresnev, W Deng
Geophysics 75 (4), N79-N85, 2010
562010
Influence of dynamic factors on nonwetting fluid snap‐off in pores
W Deng, M Balhoff, MB Cardenas
Water resources research 51 (11), 9182-9189, 2015
502015
Extended Roof snap-off for a continuous nonwetting fluid and an example case for supercritical CO2
W Deng, MB Cardenas, PC Bennett
Advances in Water Resources 64, 34-46, 2014
482014
Theory of breakup of core fluids surrounded by a wetting annulus in sinusoidally constricted capillary channels
IA Beresnev, W Deng
Physics of Fluids 22 (1), 2010
392010
Fiber optic sensors enabled monitoring of thermal curling of concrete pavement slab: Temperature, strain and inclination
W Liao, Y Zhuang, C Zeng, W Deng, J Huang, H Ma
Measurement 165, 108203, 2020
362020
Dynamics and dislodgment from pore constrictions of a trapped nonwetting droplet stimulated by seismic waves
W Deng, MB Cardenas
Water Resources Research 49 (7), 4206-4218, 2013
352013
Maximization of wave motion within a hydrocarbon reservoir for wave-based enhanced oil recovery
C Jeong, LF Kallivokas, S Kucukcoban, W Deng, A Fathi
Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 129, 205-220, 2015
332015
Direct pore-level visualization and verification of in situ oil-in-water pickering emulsification during polymeric nanogel flooding for EOR in a transparent three-dimensional …
Y Zhang, J Geng, J Liu, B Bai, X He, M Wei, W Deng
Langmuir 37 (45), 13353-13364, 2021
152021
Optical‐Fiber‐Based Smart Concrete Thermal Integrity Profiling: An Example of Concrete Shaft
R Zhong, R Guo, W Deng
Advances in Materials Science and Engineering 2018 (1), 9290306, 2018
142018
Influence of Turbulence Models in Numerical Identification of Aerostatic Force for Box Section Girder Bridge
D Wen, G Yao-jun, C Feng-chan
Shanghai Highways 4, 36-40, 2006
14*2006
Mechanism study of the evolution of quasi-elasticity of granular soil during cyclic loading
P Xia, L Shao, W Deng
Granular Matter 23 (4), 84, 2021
122021
Mitigation of thermal curling of concrete slab using phase change material: A feasibility study
W Liao, C Zeng, Y Zhuang, H Ma, W Deng, J Huang
Cement and Concrete Composites 120, 104021, 2021
122021
Numerical studies of spontaneous imbibition in porous media: Model development and pore-scale perspectives
CZ Qin, X Wang, H Zhang, M Hefny, H Jiang, J Tian, W Deng
Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 218, 110961, 2022
112022
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