permeable bed

permeable bed

[′pər·mē·ə·bəl ′bed]
(geology)
A porous reservoir formation through which hydrocarbon fluids (oil or gas) or water (waterflood or interstitial) can flow.
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The flow in the channel is described by Bingham model, whereas the flow in the permeable bed is according to Darcy's law.
Bingham fluid flow through an inclined channel over a permeable bed, Bulletin of Pure and Applied Sciences 15E(1): 47-60.
The Bingham fluid flow between two permeable beds is discussed by Goverdhan et al.
Narahari [13] discussed unsteady flow of a Bingham fluid between two permeable beds having different permeabilities.