dynamic capillary pressure

dynamic capillary pressure

[dī¦nam·ik ′kap·ə‚ler·ē ‚presh·ər]
(petroleum engineering)
Capillary-pressure saturation curves of a core sample determined by the simultaneous steady-state flow of two fluids through the sample; capillarity pressures are determined by the difference in the pressures of the two fluids.
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We also discuss the effects of the grain size on the dynamic capillary pressure and the fitting of the equilibrium suction head.
MGAM Fitting Parameters for Dynamic Capillary Pressure. Hsu and Hilpert [29] pointed out that the parameters [??] and [beta] in the MGAM are related to the dynamic effect on the capillary pressure, and their values might not be the same for different initial water contents, porosities, and grain sizes.
Hilpert, "Water infiltration into prewetted porous media: dynamic capillary pressure and Green-Ampt modeling," Advances in Water Resources, vol.
Hilpert, "Dynamic capillary pressure during water infiltration: experiments and Green-Ampt modeling," Water Resources Research, vol.
Kalaydjian, "Dynamic capillary pressure curve for water/oil displacement in porous media: theory vs.
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