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IJCEA 2019 Vol.10(6): 200-208 ISSN: 2010-0221
doi: 10.18178/ijcea.2019.10.6.769

Simulation of Dual Site-Bond Network Modeling for Porous Media through the Graphics Class in Java

Benjamin Moreno-Montiel, Carlos-Hiram Moreno-Montiel, Jacqueline Luna-Sánchez, and René MacKinney-Romero
Abstract—In the last four decades the advance in the study of porous surfaces has been considerable mainly due evolution of new technologies that allow theoretical and experimental study by Computational Simulations. In this work we will show one of these simulations, we use the Dual Site - Bond Network Modeling for porous media using the Graphics class of Java. In this model, the largest holes in porous media are modeled with Spheres or Sites and the smaller ones or that connect a Site with another one is modeled with Cylinders or Bonds. The objective of the Dual Site - Bond Network Modeling is create three - dimensional models with these two entities to later have a simulation of Mercury Intrusion and Retraction. The construction of these three-dimensional networks is a complex task, since thousands or millions of entities that must be sort under a series of rules defined in the Dual Site - Bond Network Modeling. In this work we will show each of the algorithms that were considered to achieve the simulation of construction of three-dimensional porous media based on the Dual Site - Bond Network Modeling. We will review the evaluation of each implemented version and finally we will show the graphic application developed through the Graphics class.

Index Terms—Bound, capillary phenomena, chemical, computational simulations, elementary errors, geometric errors, graphics class, porous media, sites.

Benjamin Moreno-Montiel, Jacqueline Luna-Sánchez and René MacKinney-Romero are with the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana – Unidad Iztapalapa, Departamento de Ingeniería Eléctrica, México (e-mail: bmm@xanum.uam.mx, jacquiluna32@gmail.com, rene@xanum.uam.mx).
Carlos-Hiram Moreno-Montiel is with Universidad Tecnológica de México – Plantel Sur, Ingeniería en Sistemas Computacionales, México (e-mail: hiramoreno@gmail.com).

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Cite: Benjamin Moreno-Montiel, Carlos-Hiram Moreno-Montiel, Jacqueline Luna-Sánchez, and René MacKinney-Romero, "Simulation of Dual Site-Bond Network Modeling for Porous Media through the Graphics Class in Java," International Journal of Chemical Engineering and Applications vol. 10, no. 6, pp. 200-208, 2019.

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