Flow of gases through porous media by Carman P.C.

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Numerical Model and Formulation 51 in which Abi is the mass accumulation term at node i; the “flow” term, flowijb , is the mass flux between two neighboring nodes i and j; and Qbi , the mass sink/source term at node i for fluid b, respectively, defined below. 11) Here, the sink/source term, qbi, is defined as the mass exchange rate per unit volume of rocks at grid block i, (kg/sm3). It is normally used to treat boundary conditions, such as production or injection through wells. 9). , 1995). 1) presents a precise form of the mass-balance equation for each fluid mass at grid block i in a discrete form.

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