Generalized models of flow of a fluid with pressure-dependent viscosity through porous channels: channel entry conditions

 
 
 
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    The flow of fluids with pressure-dependent viscosity in free-space and in porous media is considered in this study. The interest is to employ the physical model of flow through a porous layer down an inclined plane in order to derive velocity expressions that can be used as entry conditions in the study of two-dimensional flows through free-space and through porous channels. The generalized equations of Darcy, Forchheimer and Brinkman are used in this work.

     

     


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    Channel Entry Conditions; Generalized Models; Porous Media.

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Article ID: 31744
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijpr.v9i2.31744




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