Flow in Porous Media and Residence Time Distribution View Full Text


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DATE

1985

AUTHORS

D. Schweich

ABSTRACT

Although a fluid obeys locally the Navier-Stokes equations, flow in a porous medium is a very complex problem to solve. Residence time distributions (R.T.D.) E(t) provide an alternative method. We assume the following simplifying assumptions: The porous medium has only one entrance and one exit, without any leak. The flow is steady, isothermal, without any dilation, it is unidirectional in a constant cross-section. More... »

PAGES

329-341

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    Physics of Finely Divided Matter

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