Dispersion coefficient with the displacement of a gas from a porous medium by a gas
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The article gives the dependence of the dispersion coefficient on the Péclet number, obtained with the analysis of experimental data on the displacement of a gas by a gas from a porous medium of varying permeability.
KeywordsExperimental Data Permeability Mathematical Modeling Mechanical Engineer Porous Medium
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