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Mechanics of fluid flow.


Mechanics of fluid flow.

Basniev, Kaplan S. and Nikolay M. Dmitriev, George V. Chilingar.

John Wiley & Sons


568 pages




Drawing on their collective experience researching and teachinghydrodynamics, thermodynamics, heat transfer, and reservoirengineering, Basniev, Dmitriev (both Gubkin State U. of Oil and Gas,Russia) and Chilingar (U. of Southern California) set out themathematical methods for analyzing natural and artificial flows ofgas, oil, and water through various media. The topics include acontinuous medium deformation rate, parallel-plane flows of idealincompressible fluid, the non-stationary flow of viscous fluid intubes, two-phase flow in pipes, the uni-dimensional filtration ofincompressible liquid and gas in a non-uniform reservoir under Darcy'sLaw, and, liquid and gas flow in fractured and fractured-porousmedia. A Scrivener publication.

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