How can we interpret the exchange term Kq from the momentum equation within the framework of multiphase porous media?
April 5, 2023 at 2:32 pmFAQParticipant
The term Kq is an effective permeability and is computed as a product of the relative permeability, which depends on the saturation of the wetting and non-wetting phases, and absolute (or intrinsic) permeability which relies on the properties of the porous medium.
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