A continuum theory for filtration

M. S. Willis, J. Raviprakash, I. Tosun

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Abstract

A dispersed particulate fluid system is continuous in each phase but discontinuous throughout the system. If the length scale of the dispersed phase is below the scale of the measuring device, then local measurement, can be established. This paper describes such a continuum and its use in analyzing the permeability funciton, Darcy's law, and a filtrate rate equation. (A)

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationA continuum theory for filtration
PublisherAm. Soc. Test. &Mater
EditionAm. Soc. Test. & Mater., 1986, 163
ISBN (Print)0803109466, 9780803109469
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 1986

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Willis, M. S., Raviprakash, J., & Tosun, I. (1986). A continuum theory for filtration. In A continuum theory for filtration (Am. Soc. Test. & Mater., 1986, 163 ed.). Am. Soc. Test. &Mater.