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Filtration of a non-newtonian fluid through a cracked-porous medium

  • V. S. Nustrov
  • A. V. Plastinin
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Abstract

Basic processes of fluid filtration in an elastically compressible cracked-porous material in the presence of an initial filtration gradient are considered.

Keywords

Filtration Statistical Physic Basic Process Fluid Filtration Initial Filtration 
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Notation

ϕ, ν, t

dimensionless pressure, coordinate time

η0

well radius

p, po

dimensional pressure and its initial value in the bed

σ

critical pressure

a

ratio of elastic capacities of cracks and blocks

ε

ratio of permeabilities of cracks and blocks under pressure

g

parameter of system (1)

G, G0

dimensionless and dimensional initial gradient

q, Q

discharge and overall extraction of fluid

ϕ0

pressure in a well

l

dimension of a perturbation zone

M

characteristic dimension of a system

m

porosity

Kρ, Km

elastic constants of fluid and blocks

Subscripts: 1, 2

refer to cracks and blocks, respectively

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  • A. V. Plastinin

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