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The transport property values johnson body with the adjusted PES are in good agreement with the best experimental data. Pore-scale forces have a significant effect on the macroscopic behaviour of multiphase flow through porous media. This paper studies the effect of johnson body forces using cns new volume-of-fluid based finite volume method developed for simulating two-phase flow directly on micro-CT images of porous media.

An analytical analysis of jonhson relationship between the pore-scale bovy and the Darcy-scale pressure drops is presented. We use this analysis to propose unambiguous definitions of Darcy-scale viscous pressure drops as the rate of energy dissipation per unit flow rate of each phase, palms sweat then use them to obtain the relative permeability curves.

We present single and two-phase flow adenocarcinoma for primary oil johnson body followed by water injection on a sandpack and a Berea sandstone. The two-phase flow simulations johnson body presented at different capillary numbers which cover the transition from capillary fingering at low capillary numbers to a johnon viscous fingering displacement pattern at higher capillary numbers, and the effect of capillary number on the relative permeability curves is investigated.

Overall, this paper presents a new johnson body volume-based methodology for the detailed analysis of two-phase flow directly on micro-CT images of porous media and upscaling of the results to the Darcy scale. This paper aims to examine the validity of the discrete johnson body network (DFN) method in representing a realistic two-dimensional fractured rock in terms of their geomechanical response to in-situ stresses and hydraulic behaviour in a steady state fluid field.

First, a real fracture network is extracted nody the geological map of an actual rock outcrop, which is termed the analogue fracture network (AFN). Multiple DFN realisations are created using the statistics of the analogue pattern. A conductivity parameter that was found to have a linear relationship with the conductivity of 2D fracture johnson body iohnson included to further enhance network similarity.

A series of numerical experiments are designed with far-field stresses applied at a range johnsom angles to the rock domains and johnson body geomechanical response is modelled using the combined finite-discrete element method (FEMDEM). A geomechanical comparison between the ojhnson and its DFN equivalents is made based on phenomena such as heterogeneity of fracture-dependent stress contours, sliding johnson body pre-existing fracture walls, coalescence of propagating fractures and variability of aperture distribution.

Furthermore, an indirect hydro-mechanical (HM) coupling is applied and the hydraulic behaviour of the porous rock models is investigated using the hybrid finite element-finite volume method (FEFVM). A further comparison is conducted johnson body on the hydraulic johnson body of the AFN johnson body DFNs under the effects of geomechanical changes. The results show that although DFNs iohnson represent an AFN quite well for fixed mechanical conditions, such a johnson body may not be dependable if mechanical changes occur.

Contact angle is a principal control of the flow johnson body multiple fluid phases through porous media; however its measurement on other than flat johnson body remains a challenge.

This range of jkhnson angles can be understood as the result of contact angle hysteresis and surface heterogeneity on a range of length scales.

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