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Compressibility and channel formation in sedimenting systems

Gareth Butt

Compressibility and channel formation in sedimenting systems

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Thesis (Ph.D.) - Loughborough University, 1997.

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Three primary materials, aragonite, calcite and talc were used, each\ud exhibited random channelling, i.e. channel formation was not due to the presence. Compressibility and channel formation in sedimenting systems Author: Butt, Gareth. Compression and channelling in sedimenting systems i 19 EXPERIMENTAL The calcite, talc and Compressibility and channel formation in sedimenting systems book used in this study were supplied by Merck Ltd, Viaton and Sturge Ltd respectively.

The true solid densities were found to beand kg m-3, from a series of tests using density bottles and distilled water. The flow of a compressible viscous fluid in a channel with a blow was numerically simulated.

The results of a computational experiment were compared with approximate solutions and calculation data presented in the literature. The results obtained allow one to estimate the role of the compressibility of a fluid in the formation of the structure of its flow in a channel with permeable walls.

MOP Book set: Sedimentation Engineering ISBN (print): ISBN (PDF): For some oilfield purposes, Cm and Cb are small, and the composite formation compressibility Ct is assumed to be equal to Cp.

Typical values for Ct are 3 to 25 * 10^-6 psi Ct varies inversely with porosity and pressure, and numerous authors have published correlations applicable to specific rock. The formation of the different density layers in sedimenting high-concentrated dispersed systems phenomenon has, probably, a widespread character.

It may be connected with the specificity of the formation of the spatial structures arising spontaneously upon the movement and contacting of the finely dispersed particles under gravity. where m(p)=∫pbp2pμzdp is the gas pseudo-pressure, p is the pore pressure inside the sample, φ is the porosity, C g is the gas isothermal compressibility, C f is the formation compressibility, μ is the gas viscosity, and k is the permeability.

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resistance arising from cake formation (m −1) R m. This paper presents the results of an experimental study of channel formation during settling and self-weight consolidation in fine-grained materials.

Four types of fine-grained materials and different slurry concentrations were tested using large and small settling columns, and channel formation was observed using a high-resolution digital camera. commercial detection systems (both the absorbance scanner [20, 21] and the laser interferometry system []) and when using current data analysis techniques, the precision of the sedimentation coefficients is well in the range where the effects of solvent compressibility are significant, even for aqueous solvents.

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Jun 03,  · The reason for this enhanced permeability is the enhanced area fluctuations that lead to a maximum in the lateral compressibility. Nagle and Scott proposed that the changes in lateral compressibility lead to a facilitation of pore formation since the increased compressibility lowers the work necessary to create a membrane defect.

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