Experimental results on the influence of a low-frequency acoustic field on the capillary impregnation of gas-saturated artificially cemented and noncemented porous rock samples are given. It is found that the impregnation rate can be increased and gas can be displaced completely from the porous collector on account of the field action.
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Zakirov, S.N., Shandrygin, A.N., Beloneko, V.N. et al. Influence of a low-frequency acoustic field on the carillary impregnation of gas-saturated porous systems. J Eng Phys Thermophys 63, 837–840 (1992). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00861712
- Statistical Physic
- Rock Sample
- Field Action
- Acoustic Field
- Porous System