reactive fluid

reactive fluid

[rē′ak·tiv ′flü·əd]
(petroleum engineering)
Any fluid that alters the internal geometry of a reservoir's porosity; for example, water is a reactive fluid when it causes swelling of clays and consequent changes in porosity.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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In the present study, the effect of suction/injection on transient hydromagnetic convective flow of viscous reactive fluid between vertical porous plates in the presence of transverse magnetic field and thermal diffusion is investigated.
To estimate the variation of viscosity according to the chemical reactions, we added a rheokinetical model (26) based on the experimental results and we implemented a new type of boundary condition to model the adhesion of the reactive fluid on the mold surface.
We aspiratedthis fluid and continiued the exploration to find the cause of this reactive fluid. Appendix was normal.
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The TOUGHREACT code was developed to simulate nonisothermal multicomponent reactive fluid flow and geochemical transport by addressing reactive geochemistry with multiphase flow and heat flow [12, 26].
However, when calcite surfaces dissolve and become further away from the main flow channel, the reactive fluid (here, the low-pH solution) cannot easily flow into the degraded zone because the flow barrier is high in this region.
The steady flow of viscous incompressible reactive fluid through parallel-plate immersed in a porous medium is studied.
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