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Flow in Porous Media of Variable Permeability and Novel Effects

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D. A. Siginer

College of Engineering, Wichita State University, 105 Wallace Hall, 1845 N. Fairmount, Wichita, KS 67260-0044e-mail: siginer@engr.twsu.edu

S. I. Bakhtiyarov

Mechanical Engineering Department, Auburn University, 202 Ross Hall, Auburn, AL 36849

J. Appl. Mech 68(2), 312-319 (Aug 15, 2000) (8 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1349120 History: Received May 23, 2000; Revised August 15, 2000
Copyright © 2001 by ASME
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Experimental set-up: (1) filling tank; (2) test tube; (3) valve, (4) measuring cylinder
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Fluidity as a function of the shear stress for two aqueous solutions of polyacrylamide (▵–one percent, □–two percent) and for the spacer fluid (⋄)
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Viscosity as a function of the shear rate for two aqueous solutions of polyacrylamide (▵–1 percent, □–2 percent) and for the spacer fluid (⋄)
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Friction factor as a function of the Reynolds number. Tests I: (•)–distilled water, (◂)–glycerol/water, (▴)–one percent PAA, (▪)–two percent PAA, (♦)–spacer fluid; Tests II: (○)–distilled water, (◃)–glycerol-water, (▵)–one percent PAA, (□)–two percent PAA, (⋄)–spacer fluid. Solid curves correspond to theoretical predictions obtained using Eqs. (13) and (14) or Eqs. (7): (—) Oldroyd model, one percent PAA, η0=0.133 Ns/m2,n=0.286,σ1=3.10−5 s−2,C=1.3; (— - —) Oldroyd model, two percent PAA, η0=0.150 Ns/m2,n=0.250,σ1=3.10−5 s−2,C=3.0; ([[dashed_line]]) spacer fluid, θ/φ0=0.06 m2/N; ([[ellipsis]]) Newtonian fluids, distilled water, and glycerol/water solution.
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Resistance coefficient as a function of the Reynolds number. Tests I: (•)–distilled water, (◂)–glycerol/water, (▴)–one percent PAA, (▪)–two percent PAA, (♦)–spacer fluid; Tests II: (○)–distilled water, (◃)–glycerol-water; (▵)–one percent PAA, (□)–two percent PAA, (⋄)–spacer fluid. Solid curves correspond to theoretical predictions obtained using Eqs. (13) and (14) or Eqs. (7): (—) Oldroyd model, one percent PAA, η0=0.133 Ns/m2,n=0.286,σ1=3.10−5 s−2,C=1.3; (— - —) Oldroyd model, two percent PAA, η0=0.150 Ns/m2,n=0.250,σ1=3.10−5 s−2,C=3.0; (-•-) KPK model, one percent, PAA; (–○–) KPK model, 2 percent PAA; ([[dashed_line]]) spacer fluid, θ/φ0=0.06 m2/N; ([[dotted_line]]) Newtonian fluids, distilled water, and glycerol/water solution.
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The variation of the Deborah number (De) with the Reynolds number (Re): (—) spacer fluid; ([[dashed_line]]) one percent PAA; (— - —) two percent PAA

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