Dynamic Effects in Two-Phase Flow in Porous Media: Inclusion of 3D and Microscale Heterogeneity Effects

Mahsanam Mirzaei, Diganta Bhusan Das & Mahsanam Mirzaei
To quantify nonaqueous phase liquids (NAPLs) transport in the subsurface, one requires a correct description of multiphase flow behaviour. This involves the determination of various fluid and porous media parameters and, the constitutive relationships among capillary pressure (Pc), fluid phase saturation (S) and relative permeability (Kr). The determination of Pc-S-Kr relationships is particularly difficult because of two effects: (i) presence of heterogeneities in the flow domain and (ii) dynamic effects in Pc-S-Kr relationships (see below...
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