relative permeability


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relative permeability

n
(Units) the ratio of the permeability of a medium to that of free space. Symbol: μr
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The remaining oil of the unswept regional, whose relative permeability is lower, is started.
New features include API tracking to efficiently model the flow of fluids with different properties, enhanced aquifer and pore volume specification, and control over relative permeability and capillary pressure at the completion level.
Permeability is defined as the slope of the BH curve, and when the material is saturated, the slope approaches zero and the relative permeability equals 1.
The relative permeability of the two types of TPU/EVOH blends decreased with increasing EVOH content (Fig.
r[alpha]] is relative permeability of [alpha] Phase fluid; [[mu].
In (3) the spherical shell relative permeability is assumed to be equal 1.
3) We measured pressures of different sections after injecting asphalt micro-emulsion and got the resistance coefficient, residual resistance factor, and relative change of permeability of different part of the cores, thus evaluating the asphalt particles' capability to change mobility and to reduce the relative permeability of water.
Relative permeability curves are obtained from waterflooding in Weyburn field (Figure 3) [26].
r[beta]] is a relative permeability to phase [beta], [[mu].
Roadley, "Effects of coarse aggregate on relative permeability of concrete," Construction and Building Materials, vol.
Seo, "High-efficiency wireless energy transmission using magnetic resonance based on metamaterial with relative permeability equal to -1," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol.
The windings around the core carry current, and the core is made from a material such as mild steel with relative permeability [[mu].