POLYFLOW: In the Simplified Viscoelastic model (ScaFTen), why do swelling ratios differ between capillary and capillary+reservoir simulations?
Tagged: 16, fluid-dynamics, General, Poluflow, polyflow, Simplified Viscoelastic model
March 17, 2023 at 8:58 amFAQParticipant
Since ScaFTen involves only one scalar quantity for describing the non-linear behaviour, it is somewhat less subjected to diffusion. In other words, memory effects from the reservoir are better transported.
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