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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[11] studied the free surface flow of a Bingham fluid in an inclined channel over a permeable bed. The flow in the channel is described by Bingham model, whereas the flow in the permeable bed is according to Darcy's law.
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.