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CHE 577 - Flow Phenomena In Porous Media

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Effectivity: 08/20/2001 - Forward     @ Purdue West Lafayette Traditional
Credits: 3
Instructional Types: Lec
Usually Offered: spr
Short Title: Flow Phen Porous Media
Description: This course is designed to provide the fundamentals of flow phenomena through porous media, including detailed discussion of the pseudotransport coefficients, permeability, capillary pressure, and dispersion and their relation to the geometry of porous media. Single-fluid flow, multifluid immiscible flow, multifluid miscible flow, including the effects of heterogeneity of the media, phase change and adsorption are discussed. Physical models, analog models, and numerical simulation are used in the prediction of flow phenomena in porous media. Specific applications to petroleum engineering, hydrology, and soils science are investigated.
School: Chemical Engineering
Department: Chemical Engineering
Credit By Exam: NO
Repeatable Flag: NO
Temporary Flag: NO
Full Time Privilege Flag: NO
Honors Flag: NO
Variable Title Flag: NO


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