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Flow of gases through porous media.
Philip Crosbie Carman
|LC Classifications||QC168 .C3 1956|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||182|
|LC Control Number||56044748|
The diffusion of gases through porous media Article in European Journal of Soil Science 10(1) - 82 July with 36 Reads How we measure 'reads'. A numerical method is presented for describing either the one‐dimensional or radial transient flow of gases through a porous medium in which the initial and terminal pressures and/or rates are specified. The purpose of this investigation was to evaluate the effect on transient gas flow of a pressure‐sensitive gas permeability resulting from gas‐slip by:
If the Hagen Poiseuille equation is applied for the fully developed laminar flow of a On tortuosity and the tortuosity factor in flow and diffusion through porous media (Received 3 March ; accepted for publication 1 September ) Shorter Communications single-phase Newtonian fluid through a typical capillary of hydraulic diameter D5 Cited by: Flow in porous media is a complex phenomenon and cannot be described as explicitly as flow through pipes or conduits. It is easy to measure the length and diameter of a pipe and compute its flow capacity as a function of pressure; however, flow in porous media is different in that there are no clear-cut flow paths which lend themselves to.
Flow of Air and Gas through Porous Media Laboratory undertook anexperimental study to establish quantitatively the characteristics of and lawsgoverning the flow of gases through consolidated and unconsolidated porousmaterials of fine texture with a view of predicting the performance of gas inan underground reservoir. There seems to be a. In Part I the general partial differential equations are derived for the flow of compressible liquids and of gases through porous media, on the basis of the generalized Darcy law that: for all homogeneous fluids the fluid velocity is directly proportional to the pressure gradient. The equation for compressible liquids turns out to be the Fourier heat conduction equation with the density as the Cited by:
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THE STUDY of the physics of flow through porous media has become basic to many applied scientific and engineering fields, quite apart from the interest it holds for purely scientific reasons. Such diversified fields as soil mechanics, groundwater hydrology, petroleum engineering, water purification, industrial filtration, ceramic engineering, powder metallurgy, and the study of gas masks all rely.
The physical model used to simulate flow through porous media involves the principle of mass conservation and a constitutive equation that accounts for the.
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New York, Academic Press, (OCoLC) In the study of flow through porous media, the ratio of the volume occupied by the moving gas to the total volume of the column, nRcLL, is known as the column porosity s Oym E _ (IOj nR,2L It is essential that the column porosity should not be confused with the porosity of the support, which also includes the porosity of the particles by: The isothermal and isobaric flow of pure gases and vapors through microporous Vycor glass was investigated under such conditions that the gas‐phase flow occurred by Cited by: It is shown that of the three possible types of flow, i e.
laminar, turbulent, and molecular, the flow of gases through a gas chromatography column is does not rule out the existence of eddies, but the positions of the latter are fixed with respect to the porous medium, in contrast to the conditions which prevail in turbulent by: An experimental study of simultaneous flow and binary diffusion through four porous catalyst substrates was conducted in the range of pressure from 1 to 3 bar absolute.
Experiments on the flow of pure gases and isobaric binary diffusion were carried out on the same catalyst substrates. Flow of Gases through Consolidated Porous Media.
David Cornell; Donald L. Katz; Cite this: Clicking on the donut icon will load a page at with additional details about the score and the social media presence for the given article. Transport in Porous Media63 (1), DOI: /sCited by: Fundamentals of Fluid Flow in Porous Media Apostolos Kantzas, PhD P.
Eng. Jonathan Bryan, PhD P. Eng. Saeed Taheri, PhD The purpose of this manuscript is to provide the reader with the basic principles of flow in porous media and their association to hydrocarbon production from underground formations.
The intended audience is undergraduate and graduate students. Fluid Flow in Porous Medium 2. Well Testing 3. Systematic of the Reservoir Flow Equations 4.
Introduction to Reservoir Simulation 5. Natural Fractured Reservoir Engineering PHDG Textbooks in preparation, intended to be issued during 1.
Discretization and Gridding in Reservoir Simulation 2. Advanced Reservoir Simulation 3. Reservoir Cited by:. adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86A.The empirical results established by R.
D. Wyckoff and H. G. Botset on the flow of gas‐liquid mixtures through unconsolidated sands have been formulated into basic differential equations governing the motion of general heterogeneous fluids through porous media under both steady state and transient conditions.
This formulation is based upon a representation of the porous medium as having a Cited by: Aronofsky 13 included the effect of slippage onideal gas flow. The most important contribution to the theory of flow of idealgases through porous media was the conclusion reached by Aronofsky andJenkins 14 that solutions for the liquid flow case 15 couldbe used to generate approximate solutions for constant rate production of idealgases.