We present simulations and experiments of drainage processes in a micro-model. A direct numerical simulation is introduced which is capable of describing wetting phenomena on the pore scale. A numerical smoothed particle hydrodynamics model was developed and used to simulate the two-phase flow of immiscible fluids. The experiments were performed in a micro-model which allows the visualization of interface propagation in detail. We compare the experiments and simulations of a quasistatic drainage process and pure dynamic drainage processes. For both, simulation and experiment, the interfacial area and the pressure at the inflow and outflow are tracked. The capillary pressure during the dynamic drainage process was determined by image analysis.