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4c Radial Flow Semi Steady State

4c Radial Flow Semi Steady State

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 AES1310: Rock Fluid Interactions - Part 1
 
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Radial Flow & Semi-steady state flows
Susanne RudolphE.S.J.Rudolph@TUDELFT.NL
Radial flow in porous medium:
derivation
assumptions
Transient conditions
Semi Steady State conditions
Steady State conditions
 
 AES1310: Rock Fluid Interactions - Part 1
 
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Recap of last classes (general)
In last classes you got accustomed with Darcy’s law to
describe one-phase flow through porous medium.
Darcy’s law needs to be combined to mass balance to allow
calculation of flow through porous medium.So far, only description of flow at low Reynolds numbers(laminar flow), steady-state and for incompressible fluidsand rock.Equations for linear and radial flow have been derived.
 
 AES1310: Rock Fluid Interactions - Part 1
 
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What will be done next?
General equation will be derived to describe the flow throughporous medium
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in cartesian and radial coordinates.Discussion of staedy state, semi-steady state and transitionconditions.General description of steady state, semi-steady state andtransition conditions.Detailed description of transient conditions.

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