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With the inclusion of k , we have now included all the primary permeable media properties, φ, k , αlj, αtj, and τ, into the formulation. These properties, and their spatial distribution, are geologic in nature, being characterized by the details of the individual flow paths. The other quantity in Eq. 2-11) is the relative mobility λrj of phase j, defined as the quotient of the relative permeability krj and viscosity μj. λrj = krj ( S , ω , x ) μ j (ω , u j ) . 2-28) decomposes λrj into a rock–fluid property krj and a fluid property μ j .
2-5) and definitions for the accumulation, flux, and source terms in this equation. We take the NC conservation equations to be the independent set of equations; the conservation of overall mass or continuity equation, which follows from summing Eq. 2-5) from 1 to NC, is not listed as an independent equation (see Sec. 2-4). In solving specific problems, it may be more convenient to take the problem statement as the continuity equation and NC – 1 mass conservation equations with the major component (for example, water in flow of dissolved salts in an aqueous solution) being the one omitted.
2-4. By analogy to the procedure for the first law of thermodynamics in Section 2-3, the accumulation term in Eq. 4-2) where the total entropy includes contributions from all phases and S j is the specific entropy of phase j. 4-1) can now be expressed as d NP (ε j ρ j S j )dV = − ∫V ∇iSdV + ∫V σ G dV . 4-3) 38 The first term on the right hand side is the entropy flux term. The second term is the rate of entropy generation per unit bulk volume. The net rate of entropy transport into volume V is the result of heat and mass transfer into V from its surroundings.
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