By Yehuda Bachmat, Jacob Bear (auth.), Jacob Bear, M. Yavuz Corapcioglu (eds.)
This quantity comprises the lectures provided on the NATO complex research INSTITUTE that happened at Newark, Delaware, U. S. A. , July 14-23, 1985. the target of this assembly used to be to give and talk about chosen issues linked to delivery phenomena in porous media. by means of their very nature, porous media and phenomena of delivery of intensive amounts that happen in them, are very complicated. the forged matrix can be inflexible, or deformable (elastically, or following another constitutive relation), the void house might be occupied via a number of fluid levels. each one fluid part could be composed of a couple of part, with some of the elements able to interacting between themselves and/or with the cast matrix. The shipping method should be isothermal or non-isothermal, without or with part adjustments. Porous medium domain names during which large amounts, similar to mass of a fluid section, portion of a fluid section, or warmth of the porous medium as a complete, are being transported take place within the perform in various disciplines.
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3. 4. Instabilities due to Mass Transfer and Interfacial Tension Non-uniformities 6. CONCLUDING REMARKS 7. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 8. REFERENCES 9. LIST OF SYMBOLS 49 49 50 51 53 54 58 59 59 60 62 63 64 64 66 67 71 72 72 75 PORE SCALE PHYSICAL MODELING OF TRANSPORT PHENOMENA IN POROUS MEDIA Richard A. Dawe, Eric G. Mahers, and John K. Williams Mineral Resources Engineering Department Imperial College London SW7 2AZ United Kingdom ABSTRACT The flow of fluids through natural reservoir bodies is complicated, particularly for multiphase processes and especially if there is mass transfer.
Bear and Bachmat (2». S. of'Eq. 8 - boundary and on the values of Go. on it (first type boundary condition). Let us develop a modified form of Eq. 1) for a scalar Go. in which the required information is on the normal component of VGo. , second type boundary condition for which information is sometimes available). /axi. ) of volume Uoo. , Ga varies monotonously within (U oa ). dS ) J al. , we assume that the average of the gradient of Ga on the a-a portion of the outer surface of the REV is equal to the gradient of the average of Ga over the volume Uoa of the a-phase within the REV.
2) ma where; V is the mass weighted velocity of the a-phase, viscous stress tensor, p a T ::;a is the is the pressure, z is the vertical m coordinate (positive upward) and D a( )/Dt denotes the material derivative of ( ) with respect to an observer moving at the velocity ma V By averaging Eq. Y~ within Uoa . , with no minimum or maximum, within (U ). 4) In Eq. , in the form of Vp~. ,(2)). In view of Eq. 4), we may now apply Eq. 8) of Appendix A to Pa' obtaining ea on (S --a ap * 1 Taij + U a ax.