Fluid Dynamics

, Volume 29, Issue 1, pp 88–90 | Cite as

Steady temperature field associated with the flow of gassy oil in a porous medium

  • A. Sh. Ramazanov
  • I. F. Tagirov


The steady thermal field associated with the flow of gassy oil through a porous medium is investigated with allowance for the Joule-Thomson and degassing effects. A formula is obtained for estimating the temperature anomalies at the well bottom on oil inflow intervals which correspond to a bottom pressure lower than the saturation pressure.


Porous Medium Fluid Dynamics Temperature Field Temperature Anomaly Thermal Field 
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  • A. Sh. Ramazanov
  • I. F. Tagirov

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