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Interpretation of capillary pressure curves using invasion percolation theory


Transport in Porous Media 11(1): 17-31
Interpretation of capillary pressure curves using invasion percolation theory
Invasion percolation was studied on three-dimensional regular lattices of various node numbers. A new model was developed to obtain the pore-size distribution from capillary pressure measurements.

Accession: 002415594

DOI: 10.1007/bf00614632

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