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# Partial derivative = the derivative of a function with respect to a single

variable while keeping all variable constant.

Divergence theory = theory is used to relate a volüm integral to a surface
integral.

If a physical parameter is defined only by its magnitude this is called
scallar quantity
(mass, volüme, time,are,volüme, porosity).

If a physical parameter is defined by both magnitude and direction this is
called vectoral
(Velocity, force, gravity).

*Accumulation mass

(Mass rate entering V thorough by S) – (Mass rate leaving v thorugh by s )
+ (mass rate generated in v) = mass accumulation rate in v

Viscosity = The resistent of fluid to flow
Gas viscosity increase with increase in T (kinetic theory viscosity should
vary with the square root of temperature.
Liquid viscosity deacrease with increasing in T.
Viscosity arises due to interlayer interactions. When a liquid is heated up,
its laminae separate from each other and the interlayer interactions
decrease. But when we heat up a gas, it actually makes the molecules of
gas move faster and this causes more collisions and in effect, more
viscosity.

Ideal fluis is fluid where viscosity is zero.

Properties of permeability
Homogenouse : the independence of permeability from position.
Heterogenous : the dependence of permeability to position
İsotropic: the dependence of permeability from direction
Anisotropic: the dependece of permeability to direction.

Klinkenberg = When the mean free path of the measuring gas is greater
than thediameter of the capillary (pores) through which it is traveling, the
randomkinetic energy of the gas is transferred to movement of the gas
moleculethrough the capillary or slippage of the molecules occur at the
pore walls.This slippage causes the molecules of the gas to travel at a
higher velocityin the direction of transfer

Unsteady state is Pressure transient migrates outward from the well without encountering any boundaries. Inner Boundary Condition: Pseudo steady state is a flow regime that occurs in bounded (closed) reservoir. .Compresibility C= 1/density (ddensity/dp) ideal gas = C = 1/p Boundary condition : Define as the pressure or the type of flow at the boundaries mainly talk about two different. Steady state is Pressure transient has reached all of the boundaries but the static pressure at the boundary does not decline. 1. Outer Boundary condition: Constant pressure boundary -> Fix pressure Sealed Boundary -> 2.