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Conditions for the occurrence of elastic turbulence in polymer solution flows through porous media

  • M. G. Tsiklauri
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Abstract

The occurrence of elastic turbulence and accompanying resistance anomalies in filtrational polymer solution flows is investigated. The critical value of the Weissenberg number is determined for a porous medium composed of spheres of the same size.

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Polymer Statistical Physic Porous Medium Polymer Solution Solution Flow 
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