We consider the homogenization of a Stokes system in a domain having many small random holes. This model mainly arises from problems of solid-fluid interaction (e.g. the flow of a viscous and incompressible fluid through a porous medium). We aim at the rigorous derivation of the homogenization limit both in the Brinkmann regime and in the one of Darcy’s law. In particular, we focus on holes that are distributed according to probability measures that allow for overlapping and clustering phenomena.
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